The unusual vinyl wrap on this Lamborghini Huracán Performante is joined by a carbon fiber front spoiler from Vorsteiner and lightweight ADV.1 forged wheels
Certainly, vehicles wrapped like this may not be everyone’s cup of tea. However, when you wrap a Lamborghini Huracán Performante like this, the whole thing starts to make a lot more sense. After all, this vehicle is radical from the get-go and adding some additional crazy items to a vehicle like it actually work like a charm. This particular Huracán Performante features the aforementioned matte army green wrap job, a carbon fiber kit from Vorsteiner, a custom R1 Motorsports exhaust system and a set of ADV10 Track Spec CS Series three-piece concave forged wheels.
From what can be seen from the images, the vinyl wrap is done really, really good. There are no visible issues with it and overall, the tuner did an impressive job with it. While the US Army insignia on each door might be over the top, it actually wraps up (no pun intended) the exterior feel quite well. Furthermore, it also works nicely with the Vorsteiner carbon kit as well.
For the kit, the owner went with we consider one of the cleanest looking aero kits for this vehicle. While the Lamborghini Huracán Performante comes with several aggressive body additions from the factory, Vorsteiner actually improved upon it, making it a truly perfectly fitting carbon fiber kit for this machine. Called the “Trento Edizione,” this body kit consists of just the aero front fenders w/ integrated vents and splash shields. However, this build also features an aero front spoiler, an aero bonnet, and aero side sill blades, all part of the Verona Edizione Huracán program from the same company. In turn, the vehicle looks really aggressive in every way.
Wheels wise, the owner of this Huracán went to one of the best; ADV.1 Wheels. Their ADV10 Track Spec CS Series wheels come in a three-piece configuration, featuring a ten-spoke wheel design that fits this vehicle well. For this build, the wheels are built in sizes of 20×9.5 and 21×12.5 in the front and rear, respectively. The owner went with a Polished Gloss Man Bronze finish for his wheels. Finally, a 50/50 Exposed Titanium Hardware option was chosen, adding a nice finishing touch to this wheel setup.
After the wheel setup was complete, the California-based tuner turned to make this V10-powered beast sound even better. A complete built in-house by R1 Motorsport exhaust system now turns the volume up on this beast. While the images won’t begin to describe how well this sounds, since this is R1 Motorsports, the video of this exhaust system, waking people up in the broader Los Angeles area, won’t be long. If it’s any consolation, every build they did with their custom exhaust system, sounded great.
The final touches for this build are a custom painted X-Brace in the engine bay, joined by a race suspension. The ride now sits perfectly low, giving this Huracán Performante a great stance and an aggressive feel. You can grab a detailed look of this build in the media gallery right below.