For around $60,000, you could buy a used Lamborghini Gallardo that’s about 15 years old and has more than 35,000 miles (~56,000 km) on the clock – or a body kit for your Huracan.
Made by Liberty Walk, the Silhouette Works GT suits both the Coupe and Spyder versions of the supercar, and starts at $43,850 for the FRP version. The CFRP one will set you back $50,650, and the dry carbon will burn a $59,830 hole in your pockets.
The Japanese tuner is also offering the aftermarket parts individually, so, if you have your eyes on the front and rear bumpers, diffuser, wing, front and rear hoods or fender flares, you could buy them separately.
Mind you, going for the complete look of this Huracan is going to cost you even more, as it also sports the air suspension, which is a $9,500 option. You’ll also have to fork out more for the wheels and tires, although the tuner didn’t say how much these cost.
In spite of the bad-boy look adopted by this Huracan, the 5.2-liter, naturally aspirated V10 remains stock, with no mods whatsoever. But that’s nothing to be concerned of, as this is still a full-blown mid-engined exotic, and no matter what version this is, all are very fast. Why, even the rear-wheel drive LP580-2, which packs “only” 580 PS (572 HP/ 426 kW), needs 3.4 seconds to hit 100 km/h (62 mph).