Some people just have to stand out from the crowd, even if they own a head-turner like the Lamborghini Huracan. Tuning companies are more than happy to oblige, more often than not with bodywork aand alloy offerings.
One of the most underrated exterior/wheel color combinations is precisely this one, white and matte brown. Sure, you can swap the brown for any other similar shade such as bronze or even certain shades of gold, but the effect is generally very pleasing.
Another powerful combo, which does tend to work really great on Lambos in general, is white body and black accessories – which may or may not be just paint or made out of carbon fiber.
In this case it’s the latter the it’s the latter the front spoiler, rear air vent casings, A-pillar and the roof are using. Anyway, the wheels are ADV.1s and they measure 20×9 at the front and 21×12.2 at the rear, while the model itself is a slightly newer version of the wheels this red Huracan posed with back in August.
Also, how about that yellow Ferrari F430 that decided to make a cameo appearance in this photo shoot? It actually offers a good contrast next to the Huracan, not because of its bright color but because we’re looking at two different generation of supercars that had they not been a few years apart, they would have competed against each other directly.
In terms of performance, the Huracan is clearly the winner here, but some people might actually consider an older supercar such as the F430 if it meant having a more traditional rear-wheel driven experience behind the wheel.