Getting back to the tuning projects, the Lambo is our clear favorite, as its gray paint is understated while the body kit is brash. The Liberty Walk Lamborghini Huracan styling kit is a pretty crazy thing to begin with, as it means you have to bolt all those elements into the body. But RBD LA also had a bit of help from Forgiato when it came to customizing the car.
We'd like to point out the massive fender flares, the huge front splitter, the gigantic side sills and mighty rear wing. However, you can't miss any of them because of their size. Nor can you miss the fact that everything has been wrapped in dark gray, and the suspension is lower, thanks to the Airrex air ride system.
As for the Merc', it probably started out as an S550 before receiving Wald International's Black Bison Edition kit, which takes the design in a different direction. Wald-tuned cars have a specific look that you can identify from a mile away if you know where to look. The vertical LED daytime running lights at the side of the bumper are a trademark feature, as is the ∞-shaped exhaust system.
The W222 sedan rides on Forgiato Ventoso-ECL rims which feature a sort of spinning turbine-like design, similar to what the CLS used to have. Lastly, the Mercedes has been wrapped in a combination of black and the dark blue from the BMW i8.