Lamborghini Huracan Snowmobile

Jul 7, 2016

Category: Rides

Here’s what happens when Silicon Valley meets Siberia. It’s a Lamborghini Huracan outfitted for the backcountry with four tank treads in place of the standard wheels. Even though this thing does boast a 10 cylinder engine, trekking through the miles of snow and ice to your McMansion in the Arctic Circle could prove to be a perilous task indeed.

Conceptualized by Rain Prisk Designs, this idea isn’t too far-fetched. There’s been countless attempts, some successful, in adding tracks to a four-wheeled vehicle. From crossing a muddy river to a frozen landscape of the north this particular build, should Lamborghini pick it up as a concept, could prove to be a great getaway car for the tech millionaires of the valley. In terms of the drivetrain, we’re certain Rain Prisk Designs accounted for the Huracan’s 5.2L naturally aspirated engine that pushes out 602 ponies, reaching top speeds of 202 mph. Now wouldn’t that be a trip in the snow? Just don’t be afraid of getting this thing a little dirty. Car washes are scarce in the wilderness.

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