This Japanese Lamborghini Aventador Is A Little Too Much To Handle

Have you ever wanted to drive a disco ball, but couldn’t quite figure out how? Well, then…

This Aventador is the equivalent of driving a late 90’s nightclub (or should I call it a discothèque?). First order of business: How is this thing legal? I mean, the paint-job looks like the back side of a CD and the car itself is packed with seizure inducing strobe lights.

The only thing that’s missing is an ‘Ace of Base’ track playing in the background. Oh, and it shoots flames out of the exhaust.

This “trend” originated in Kabukichō, Tokio’s…“entertainment district”; where all sorts of questionable-looking people conduct various businesses. Here, Shinichi Morohoshi, a man who has open ties with Yakuza and likes flashy cars, came up with the idea of pimping his Lambos. No wait, “pimping” is an understatement in this case.

To make a long story short, he took Tokyo’s psychosis and mixed it with the Bōsōzoku style and Darth Vader and the result can be seen in this video. No, really, that’s what the man stated as his source of inspiration – Darth Vader.

Mind you, I don’t know if this Aventador belongs to Morohoshi-san, since I believe he still drives a purple Diablo VT 6.0. Of course, there’s always the possibility that the guy owns more than one tricked-out Lambo, being a gangster and all.

Wait, it gets worse. If you have the patience to watch the whole video, you can spot another atrocious looking Lambo parking right next to our sparkling star. Frankly, I don’t really know what model it is, but maybe you guys can point out the obvious.

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  • KareKakk

    A Gallardo that last one, with the Samurai-wing?

  • dumbfuck

    Would be ashamed to drive that… makes you look like a 3yo retarded kid with money.

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