Come to think of it, the Raging Bull in question looks like it’s here to announce a new incarnation of the Carmageddon gaming franchise.
Chrome wraps? That’s nothing compared to what these JDM-themed Lambos have to show. Think more like a melange between a Tron theme, golden glitter and a bit of a chrome theme. And don’t imagine the owners of these cars limit themselves to Murcielagos. For instance, all the exuberant visual features mentioned above are also shown on a Lamborghini Aventador.
These supercars have come so far from the style given to them by their Sant’Agata Bolognese maker that they would probably make a Lamborghini salesperson cringe. Sure, the company has its Ad Personam customization program, but the cars you see here are perfect examples of the things Lamborghini would never allow customers to order.
For one thing, the Lamborghinis we have here go as far as painted exhaust pipes. And we hope that's a heat-resistant coating we're talking about.
Still, none of this will surprise automotive aficionados who are following the Japanese tuning car world. For instance, back in July, we showed you a similar group of Raging Bulls. It’s just that those cars were screaming with LEDs as they were cruising the streets of Tokyo under the leadership of Morohishi-san, with Yakuza (the Japanese mafia) rumours flying around.