Fake Lamborghini Huracan Looks Like a Replica From Hell, Has "Lambo Doors"

There are supercar replicas out there that might just pass as the real deal, especially to an untrained eye. Well, the fake Lamborghini sitting before us certainly isn't one of those contraptions.
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Heck, you don't even need to get close to this thing to figure out it's not an actual Raging Bull. And that's due to two main factors. First of all, the proportions of the vehicle aren't right - there's only so much you can do when you start with a cheap car and try to build on it.

Secondly, there are some details of the car that will never be as sharp as those delivered by Sant'Agata Bolognese.

Speaking of which, if we are to be honest, we can't judge the machine based on what is displayed in the piece of footage at the bottom of the page. That's because the clip portrays the vehicle that's far from have reached its final form. Heck, perhaps the machine will even get a new set of wheels.

Of course, the same applies to the cabin of the car, which is in a terrible state right now. Of course, replica interiors generally don't get as close to those of the originals as their exteriors, so we have to keep this mind.

However, this machine packs an unconventional door opening mechanism - the quotes in the title were used since this isn't the kind of hardware used on the Italian producer's V12 models. In fact, if I had to use a more precise label, I'd say this creature comes with gullwing doors.

Yes, it's true: this project took a lot of energy to come to life, but it looks like one is crazily paddling in the wrong direction...

P.S.: If you're looking for another replica of the sort, albeit one that seems to be "finished", here's a Hyundai Tiburon trying to be a Bugatti.


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