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Is This Forgiato Wheels Lamborghini Huracan Ruined?

In theory, when discussing a custom machine, one has to stick to the "de gustibus non est disputandum" principle. However, it can be extremely difficult to achieve this when coming across a Lamborghini Huracan such as the one we have here.
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It seems that this Sant'Agata Bolognese machine started out in life as a black machine, but the thing has been gifted with a partial wrap that uses a chrome red wrap.

However, the custom bit that determined us to drop the question you can find in the title above has to do with the rolling hardware of the Raging Bull.

We're looking at a set of Forgiato Wheels, with these mixing a concave profile with a five-spoke profile. As for the hue scheme of the rollers, these mix a shade of red that seems to match that on the car with silver hardware used for the multi-piece setup of the wheels.

Now, we were wondering how this Italian exotic machine looks without the said Forgiato rims. Fortunately, the Instagram page that brought us the car also delivered a piece of footage that shows the V10 beast wearing its factory wheels. And we're inviting you to check out the differences between the two states of the car at the bottom of the page.

In case you feel the need for a Lamborghini Huracan tale that would deliver a clean approach, we'll remind you that, earlier today, we showed you what happens when Chris Harris gets behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Huracan Performante.

The journo got to test the 640 hp incarnation of the V10 animal on the Knockhill Racing Circuit. And while the tight British track didn't allow Harris to fully put the ALA (Lamborghini's new active aero) system to work, the journalist did manage to properly hoon the Raging Bull.


 

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