Lamborghini Centenario "Stradman" Looks like Vegas Bling, Has Huge Chrome Wheels

Have you ever wondered how the various tuning subcultures and social media work hand in hand? Well, the tale that brought us here is a brilliant example of this: we're looking at a rendering portraying a modded Lamborghini halo car, which is dedicated to a famous automotive YouTuber. Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Lamborghini Centenario "Stradman"!
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The uber-rare Raging Bull we have here has been virtually modded in way that would make it suitable for the garage of The Stradman. We're talking about a 30-year old YouTuber who spends quite a lot of time in Park City, Oregon. He joined YT back in July 2012, with his channel currently having 2.22 million subscribers.

Perhaps his most shocking era was the one that saw the young man buying a Lamborghini Gallardo, which eventually ended up wrapped in Purple, a color that has become a trait of his rides - the gear head's current garage includes an Aventador, a Jeep Gladiator and, of course, a 2020 Toyota Supra. And quite a few mods have been thrown at these machines.

Judging by how the 770 hp exotic appears to touch the asphalt, it appears this now features air springs. Its connection to the road is further transformed by a set of chrome wheels that borrow a few styling cues from official Lamborghini designs. Then we have a few clear carbon elements adorning the lower part of the V12 monster.

Jota Automotive is the digital label we have to thank for this visual adventure and you'll notice the work in the pair of Instagram posts at the bottom of the page.

PS: I need to point out that purists probably have nothing to worry about. You see, Lamborghini only built 40 Centenarios (20 Coupes and just as many Roadsters) and while a few of these do show up on the "used" vehicle market, you'd have to pay $3-$4 million to grab one. So the chances of such a Sant'Agata Bolognese machine getting modded according to the "blueprints" we have here are not pretty slim.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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