The car got him in a lot of trouble, though. For example, a few hours ago, Monaco Internet shut down his live stream. And of course, he got pulled over by the police as well.
But the style of the custom Huracan fits him like a glove. It's fully camouflaged in black, gray and white, plus it has a ski box on top, which Olsson believes every supercar should boast.
The camo and graphics were carried out by WrapZone in Sweden, the same company that did the chrome supercars for the Gumball a few years ago. Meanwhile, Stertman Motorsport in Stockholm modified the V10 engine of the Italian exotic.
Olsson opted for the VF Engineering supercharger kit, which together with a few other bits has increased total output from 610 to 800 horsepower. It's said that during testing, the Huracan did a 100 to 200 km/h (62-124 mph) sprint in 5.3 seconds, just marginally slower than the Bugatti Veyron.
The body kit is more discreet than what we usually see, and it includes some carbon fiber air intakes and skirts. Of course, you can't get a roof rack for the Huracan over the shelf, so Olsson had to make his on the CNC, mounting it to the rear pillars next to the engine cover.
"My goal for this car was initially just a crazy widebody car but after driving it when I got it, I changed focus and decided to go for crazy performance instead of just looks as I was blown away by the way the car drove and did not want to mess too much with new suspension geometry as a wide body build would require. So this time around, it's all built to drive 100%!" says the skier.
Below, you can check out his most recent vlogs that involved his custom Lambo.