Chris Brown’s Color-Changing Lamborghini Huracan Is Absolutely Wild

Singer Chris Brown has one of the best-known car collections in the musical world, and will soon be hitting the streets in his refreshed Lamborghini Huracan.

Brown has owned his Huracan for a number of years now; in fact, it was the very first in the U.S. outfitted with a Liberty Walk widebody kit, making it a real head-turner. Now, it has been transformed yet again by the folks at RDBLA into a “baby Lambo” which stands out from all others.

Also Read: Chris Brown’s Aventador SV Roadster Shines With Gold Chrome Wrap, Forgiato Wheels

RDBLA has applied Brown’s whip with an eye-popping symmetrical chrome wrap which, depending on the angle at which it’s viewed, offers different tints of blue, yellow, orange, pink and purple. As if that wasn’t enough, the car has also outfitted with purple headlights. Yes, purple headlights. We’re not entirely sure if these are legal (guess they should be…) but that do look cool.

A quick look online will offer you a glimpse of the cars which Brown owns or has owned in the past few years, among which a series of different Lamborghini Aventadors, including a rare SV with a gold chrome wrap. He also owned a matte black Aventador but it was written-off while being driven by one of his friend’s back in 2017. Other cars residing in his garage are a Corvette, an Audi R8 V10 Spyder, at least one Rolls-Royce and a Bugatti Veyron, although it’s unknown if he still owns the French hypercar.

 

  • Six_Tymes

    who is chris brown?

  • Mr. EP9

    Meh…

  • Aeromann

    Beh

  • Sybill Julian

    LB

  • PoisonEagle

    That paintjob screams domestic violence.

    • Ben

      There’s always that person to bring up someone’s past. Just always.

      • Clint Keener

        Don’t beat up women, simple.

        • Ben

          I don’t live in the past or drudge up mistakes. Bad energy.

          • Jesse Sahely

            Sooo, you don’t learn for your experiences? It’s one thing to f–k up once but…. “fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me…”

          • Ben

            As an entrepreneur, I embrace failures and mistakes. They are the key of knowledge and most are afraid of that. Many think, “what will people think of me” or “people won’t let me live this down”. I’ve had many mentors who’ve helped me along my way, but the most influential mentor I had told me something special “Your mistakes are your own. To you they are a guide on your path, but to others they are mooring lines of your success.”

            To answer your question more directly, yes, I clearly learn from my mistakes and have grown mentally, spiritually and financially by addressing them when they happen. Wallowing in that time when you made a poor choice 10 years ago will only hold you down.

            As you can see above, nobody remembers charities, dying children given their last wish, the homes rebuilt after natural disasters, etc. They remember poor choices. Its inevitable people will choose the negative instead of the positive. We selectively choose who we will remember the negative past and positive past.

          • Jesse Sahely

            Wow somebody is impressed with themselves. All I’ll say is when you have as much wealth and power as he does those good deeds depreciate and those horrific deeds appreciate in there insight.

          • Ben

            Yes, I’m impressed that I was able to rise out of poverty and create opportunities for myself, family and community. However, I couldn’t do that without mentors, family and hard work.

            People that try to look past good deeds of someone and focus on the negative because of someone’s “wealth and power” should look for a new perspective. Regardless of his poor actions, his good actions had an affect. Food was put into hungry mouths, toys were given to families who Christmas passed over and roofs were put over families that were in the cold. He’s a human.

          • Jesse Sahely

            You’re effectively saying donating a small portion of his wealth and time, in your eyes, excuse beating his partner on multiple occasions.

            I’m not saying his is only his past but it is who he is and ignoring it is is just a tad ignorant.

      • PoisonEagle

        just like there’s always that person with no sense of humour.

  • Alx

    ghastly.

  • Puddingpopper

    Forgiatos are tacky AF, Get some HREs and act like your instagram deserves a follow

  • Bart

    Absolutely dreadful. Trying to be open-minded I’d say this could sort of work with a different base layer, maybe. But it’s not only the design, the execution is far from perfect as well. Looks like some kids put random stickers on it.

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