This Skeletonized Off-Road Lambo Huracan Will Race In The ’21 Mint 400

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We’ve been closely following the career of Chris Steinbacher since he launched his B is for Build auto-focused Youtube channel back in 2015. While Steinbacher wrenches on just about everything — from a vintage Italian yacht to a custom V10-powered wide-body Datsun 240Z — it’s clear he has a major proclivity for churning out off-road vehicles. And after previously campaigning a Corvette “kart” at the Gambler 500, Chris has revealed his latest off-road competition car with a custom Lamborghini Huracan built to take on the Mint 400.

Dubbed the “The Jumpacan,” this exocage-bodied racer is the first-ever Lamborghini to be entered into the Mint. Constructed around a Huracan chassis that now boasts a 12-point roll cage, the off-road Lambo’s been gifted with a rear-mounted LS engine mated to a manual transmission. Off-road upgrades on the build include rock sliders, long-travel suspension with coil-overs, a race-spec fuel-cell, and a gutted interior with Corbeau racing seats and a race display. Though the race isn’t happening until December, Chris plans on continuing to add to the Jumpacan, aspiring to install better off-road suspension, a skid plate, and a few other elements to help survive the Nevada desert race. To learn more about the project you can watch the promo video below or visit the Mint 400 website linked below.

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Photo: Mint 400 | B is for Build
Photo: Mint 400 | B is for Build
Photo: Mint 400 | B is for Build