Supercars are, by definition, extravagant – and none, if any, more than the ones made by Lamborghini. And yet, some owners wish to make theirs even more flashy.
Now, there’s a thin line between getting a wild body kit or a ridiculous one, and Prior Design seems to have nailed the second part with their PDLP610WB bundle of upgrades for the Lamborghini Huracan.
The name might sound odd, but the result is definitely a head-turner, comprising of wide fender flares on all four corners, new side skirts, front apron and new diffuser at the rear.
All parts have been made from a Fiberglass-Duraflex mix, according to the German tuner, which describes it as having “an excellent surface finish that provides flexibility combined with high stability and allows for easy and inexpensive painting”.
Moreover, Prior Design can also throw in a height adjustable suspension, very wide wheels, a new exhaust system and some upgrades inside.
Despite the menacing look, this Huracan remains stock beneath the skin. Thus, the naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 still pumps out 610PS (601hp / 449kW) and 560Nm (413lb-ft) of torque.
These may not be headline-grabbing numbers these days, but they’re still more than enough to propel the baby Lambo from 0 to 100km/h (0-62mph) in 3.2sec, and on to a top speed of 325km/h (201mph).