Lamborghini Huracan With A Pink Exoskeleton Is Here To Upset Purists

What would a Lamborghini Huracan from Mad Max look like? Exactly like this.

What you’re looking at is a Huracan owned by 19-year-old social media personality Alex Choi and it is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Lamborghini purists will hate it but there’s no denying this is one of the most unique Lamborghini’s anywhere on earth.

In creating the car, Choi was inspired by the flip car from the Fast and Furious 6 movie and while it doesn’t look quite as crazed as that vehicle, it’s not far off.

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The most obvious point of difference between Choi’s Huracan and a normal one is the bright pink exoskeleton covering the exterior of the Italian supercar. Every piece of the exoskeleton has been hand made and sits in place of many of the standard body panels. Not only does the exoskeleton give the Huracan a very unique look but we imagine it also makes the car very, very strong.

Alongside the pink steel, the car has been outfitted with no less 42 exterior lights and has had its taillights flipped upside down.

Then comes the powertrain. Choi previously had a supercharger fitted to his Huracan’s 5.2-liter V10 engine but in its latest form, the car now features twin-turbochargers and will produce well over 1000 hp. The car also features air-to-air intercoolers rather than the air-to-water intercoolers typically required by boosted Lamborghinis.

Remarkably, the car is fully street legal and bound to snap necks whenever it is taken out in public.


  • Howfarr

    Most pious introduction ever!

    • Howfarr

      Also other than paying for it, I doubt that kid did any design work or physical work on that car

  • XtremWize

    A great car for demolition derbies.

  • Mr. EP9

    Twin turbo rally car?

    Sure, whatever you say.

  • Bash

    I’m not upset or impressed, partially because maybe I’m not a purist but mainly because it’s pink and, frankly what the heck is that?!

  • Sovereignty

    I’ll never forget the clip of Alex Choi nearly killing a motorcyclist on Mullholland Drive. As Alex Roy says, “There are people who shouldn’t be driving. It’s a privilege, not a right. And people like Choi are unlikely to keep it in the future. If you believe in freedom, Choi is one of those who should shunned, because he’s not on our side”.

  • Jay

    I like the idea of the exoskeleton on a car, not this one but it reminds me of the wrangler/gladiator with the roof removed.

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