Matt Robinson profile picture Matt Robinson 5 months ago 21
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We Can't Stop Staring At This Half-Naked Lamborghini Huracan

This twin-turbo Huracan is being used by ADV1 to showcase a set of two-piece forged wheels, but we're a little distracted by something else...

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Lamborghini - We Can't Stop Staring At This Half-Naked Lamborghini Huracan - Tuning

We can see what wheel manufacturer ADV1 (or Advanced One) is trying to do here. With a lovely set of two-piece forged wheels to showcase - catchily called ADV5.2 M.V2 CS - of course the firm needed an eye-catching car.

Lamborghini - We Can't Stop Staring At This Half-Naked Lamborghini Huracan - Tuning

ADV1 chose a black Lamborghini Huracan, but there’s a problem: we’re not really looking at the wheels. Why? Because good lord does the rear end look good with the bumper removed.

Lamborghini - We Can't Stop Staring At This Half-Naked Lamborghini Huracan - Tuning

Most mid-engined cars look pretty special sans rear bumper (remember that Audi R8 rolling road advert?), but this Huracan looks particularly drool-worthy. That’s because it’s packing a twin-turbo conversion from TR3 performance, and those two turbos are fed by some gorgeous and outrageously shiny pipework. The setup bumps the power up to 850bhp.

Lamborghini - We Can't Stop Staring At This Half-Naked Lamborghini Huracan - Tuning

As for the rims, they measure in at 20x9 inches at the front, and 21x12.5 inches at the rear. They have a brushed aluminium/clear gloss finish, which - if you can divert your eyes away from the rear for long enough - you’ll notice looks rather smashing.

Via Motor1