If it were up to us, we wouldn’t mess with the design of a sharp-looking supercar such as the Lamborghini Huracan, but as long as there will be demand, tuning houses will continue to offer all kinds of wild body kits and other parts for the Italian supercar.
Unlike certain discreet examples out there, this one is an attention seeker thanks to its extreme design. One does not need to be a Lambo connoisseur to spot the changes that include the typical Liberty Walk extended fenders, as well as big front lip with side canards that highlights the big air intakes in the front bumper.
The hood sports a couple of vents that, as far as we can tell, are there for show only. More vents can be seen on the upper part of the front fenders and the side skirts have been expanded. The back end is dominated by the huge wing that gives it a motorsport-like feel and the bumper has a very aggressive shape. Completing the looks are the decals that were applied all over the exterior, as well as the oversized wheels and adjustable air suspension that, in its lowest setting, makes a small pebble look like a big obstacle.
Power upgrades are not on the menu at the Japanese tuner, yet depending on the budget, one could turn their Huracan into an extreme hypercar, with various conversions for the 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V10 bumping the output to well over 2,000 HP.