While the athlete's last car, an Audi RS6 that was literally killed in a spectacular fashion, had a hand-shaped kit (fender extensions and a few fins), this time around the new pre peg carbon aero elements of the Lambo will be built using 3D software, as the supercar has already been scanned by MLT, a laser company.
The body is set to arrive in four months from now, with Jon admitting he'll probably drive the car with the standard body meanwhile. For now, stripping the factory panels allows us to see what a Lamborghini Huracan Super-Duperleggera would look like.
He'll have an extreme time behind the wheel anyway, since the Huracan is on its way to Swedish tuner Stertman, which has handled some of Jon's previous cars, for a hefty tech upgrade.
What is the aim here? The car nut took the time to answer this question: "Personally I think this will be the best build to date. I think we will be able to go completely crasy but still keep the amazing drivability of the standard car, that's my goal with this one I really want to be able to drive a mad machine every single day!"