Lamborghini Huracan with Capristo Exhaust Aurally Dominates Supercar Track Day

Custom Huracan on TT Assen Circuit 1 photo
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Now that the Lamborghini Huracan is no longer an auto show car, with more and more units reaching their owners, the aftermarket take on the Gallardo's replacement is slowly, but steadily becoming a common sight.
The freshest example of this comes from the video below, which shows a V10 Raging Bull that has been taken down the light-mods-big-effect path. To be more precise, the Huracan's custom bits only include its road connection, its exhaust, as well as a wrap, but the overall effect is greater than the sum of its parts.

This custom path is not just preferred thanks to its limited costs, but also thanks to the fact that it allows owners to keep the warranty of the car intact.

We'll start with the exhaust, as this has to be the most striking mod here. Supplied by Capristo, this is a complete system that allows the naturally aspirated heart of the Sant'Agata Bolognese machine to fully express its feelings.

Even in standard form, the Huracan is one of the most vocal supercars on the market. While its acceleration growl is among the meanest out there, the engine overrun machinegun soundtrack is its favorite move.

As for the connection to the road, this Lamborghini has been slightly lowered and it now rides on eye-catching Artform wheels, whose design seems to stay true to their name.

The Lamborghini Huracan we're discussing here has also been given a Matte Gray wrap by M&D Exclusive Car Design, with the machine being renamed as "MD610-4 Steel Edition."

As we mentioned in the title, this Huracan recently stretched its legs during a supercar track day held on the TT Assen Circuit. And thanks to its exhaust, the Lamborghini stood out in terms of the dB experience, as you'll e able to notice in the video below.

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