For now, all we have is a rendering, one coming from Rain Prisk Designs. We're talking about a digital artist who has a thing for hatchback-ing go-fast machines, so, when it comes to the pixel master, such a perspective is only normal.
However, as we said, we wouldn't be surprised if we saw one of these contraptions playing in the snow one day. Back in the day, lifted trucks running a track setup used to belong to small communities. However, we need to look no further than Ken Block's Trax STI to understand this kind of shenanigan has reached popular car culture.
As for the part that involves a mightyLamborghini Huracan being used for such purposes, the furthest kind of efforts in such a direction comes from Alpine ski racer Jon Olsson, who enjoys fitting roof boxes to his supercars.
This Huracan also comes with such an accessory, and while there's quite a distance from that to the all-out setup the supercar shooting brake displays, we wouldn't be surprised to see an eccentric customer commissioning such a project.
Another argument in favor of this idea comes from the Geneva Motor Show. The Swiss event has demonstrated coachbuilding is making a slow, but steady comeback, offering us more than one example of this.
With SUVs gaining more and more traction these days, we couldn't even argue with the owner of such a project over his vehicle choice.