DMC Tries Out A Gallardo Face On The Lamborghini Huracan

After over a decade on the market, Lamborghini replaced the Gallardo with the Huracan in 2014. It’s an all-new design, but tuning company DMC thinks the older model looked nicer.

Thus the German tuner’s latest project, the Huracan NXT, draws its stylistic inspiration from the Gallardo. It has a new fascia and a tail-section that resemble the final versions of the Gallardo which appeared in its last year of production in 2013, with their angled looks that aimed to keep the model looking fresh until the Huracan came out.

A passion project by its own engineers, DMC is now gauging public opinion to see if it should put the modifications into production. So what do you think, should they go on and build it or does the Huracan look perfectly fine as it is?

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  • enthusia

    i think it looks better than the OEM bumpers.
    it certainly looks better than every other tacky Lamborghini bodykit.

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  • NoSnarkHere

    The Gallardo was a unique and timeless design. The Huracan will never come close.

    But this does not look like a Gallardo.

  • Fabián Montiel

    The front is nice but the rear is awful, just keep it stock back there.

  • Tumbi Mtika

    The front is perfect.


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