When you have so much money that you can afford exotics like Lamborghini Huracan you definitely want to make it as unique as possible. Even these supercars are made in quite a limited number you will definitely remember seeing one like this with Half Camo Half Black wrap.
In the last few years, it has become a normal thing to customize your vehicle like this almost transforming it into high-priced canvases. While we did see a fair share of wrapped supercars, this one is something really unique and pretty much the craziest one we saw.
Symmetry is something we are used to seeing on cars, and usually both sides receive the same treatment, but Instagrammer wst bank has different plans. One half of Huracan that this guy owns has been wrapped in satin black, and the other received camouflage in yellow, green and brown. We are not sure what the goal here was, but we can see a clear separation point as the single red pinstripe is added over the bonnet, roof and decklid.
Neither camo nor satin black are anything unusual for supercars, but both on one vehicle is definitely something new. While we are sure that many will not like this combination suggesting it brings to many colors and asymmetry, we somehow like it as it is a quite interesting combo.
Wrap that we have here is not the only change this Huracan received as we can see a set of gold wheels on it. These are delivered by Brixton Forged, and they do blend in nicely. Aggressive aftermarket bodykit gives it that edge, and it is well followed by the powerful engine.
When we are talking about the engine, you should know that stock version is offered with the impressive 5.2-liter V10 beast that is capable of delivering up to 640 hp at incredibly high 8,000 rpm and 600 NM (442 lb-ft) at 6,500 rpm. This wasn’t enough for the current owner, and he decided to fit it with a twin-turbo setup that is offered by Dime Racing.
Starting price of the twin turbo system is $39,000 but you need to add few more things to this list and price goes slightly up. The result of the upgrade is 900 hp and about 820 NM (604 lb-ft) of torque making it a lot faster than a stock version.
Tell us what you think about camo and satin black wrap combo? Also, do you like the performance upgrade?