It might be an understatement to say that the Lamborghini Huracan is one of the company’s premier supercars, and even more appalling to reveal that the one we’re about to show you has been modified, reconstructed, and brought back from the realm of insanity multiple times. Now, Daily Driven Exotics’ Alex Choi has revealed yet another drastic rebuild of his 2017 Huracan — a desert-ready ripper that comes courtesy of Murrieta, California’s Sheepey Race.
This twin-turbo Huracan has certainly seen its fair share of ridiculous customizations, but the fully-revised outer frame and intimidating new stance are, without a doubt, one-of-a-kind. To make the Italian supercar stand out from the crowd, Sheepey and Choi came together to devise a bespoke, go-cart-inspired rally frame that replaces the car’s traditional, sleek body panels with an all-pink exoskeleton. Chromoly, steel, and stainless steel bars were implemented by the team to create the vehicle’s unique roll cage, which was inspired by the Fast and the Furious 8’s burly, car-flipping monstrosity, the Flip Car. Taking cues from today’s most prominent rally designs, Choi opted to integrate over 43 different lighting setups atop the vehicle, most of which are housed within custom light bars, spotlights, and in-frame. Footlong air intakes pulled straight from a tractor-trailer adorn the rear of the vehicle, alongside a bespoke air-to-air intercooler — a system that’s traditionally air-to-water due to space constraints. There are a ton of additional modifications that make this car one the most intriguing builds we’ve ever seen — check out the video below to learn more.