‘Bullet Time’ Lamborghini Huracan Has Nothing To Do With The Matrix

A Lamborghini Huracan will stand out in traffic even if it’s in black. So why not make your Italian supercar really stand out with an outlandish interior and exterior design theme? The owner of this Huracan has done just that.

Interior specialists Neidfaktor were recently presented with this Huracan by a client. Painted bright green, the Italian exotic features a number of exterior add-ons, including red and black accents. Neidfaktor was then tasked with designing a cabin as eye-catching as the outside.

To do so, the company started with the seats, adorning them with black Alcantara in a honeycomb pattern that sports bright green accent stitching. Work has also been done on the Huracan’s dashboard that’s now incorporating new black leather, green stitching, and air vents with the same red and black design as the supercar’s front splitter and side skirt design.

Neidfaktor completed its modifications by installing black Alcantara with contrast stitching on the center armrest, door trims, and steering wheel, resulting in a Huracan truly unlike any other.

To our eyes, the new cabin is a nice mix of refinement, sportiness, and class. On the other hand, the exterior modifications, particularly the green and black wheels, are too flashy – but to each, his own.

Whether you like or loathe the green paint scheme, you can’t deny that the Huracan has an exhilarating powertrain. Unlike most of its rivals, Lamborghini continues to shun forced induction – and the Huracan’s 5.2-liter naturally-aspirated V10 is all the better for that, being one of the most vicious engines on the market.

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  • Stigasawuswrecks

    I thought it had to do with Max Payne.

  • Six_Tymes

    this looks really cool. although I do not get why its called “bullet time”, nor do i get why the matrix movie is being mentioned. pretty amazing after market details tho

  • Wandering_Spirit

    Lambos have redefined the meaning of bad taste. At least to me. These mods from third parties expand on that.

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