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Lamborghini Huracan With DMC Kit Has Kiss Makeup

The Lamborghini Huracan is a car that needs no introduction. Even though the Audi R8 does the same thing and Lambo engineers probably put too much safe understeer into the AWD, demand is still crazy.
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That's probably why some people are looking to customize their V10. Of course, the Huracan is infinitely tunable, and it comes from a long line of other crazy-looking cars.

This project features the body kit from a famed German company called DMC and reminds us of the Gallardo Super Trofeo from the back. At the front, it's been dressed to Party Rock, as a bit of mascara on white paint reminds us of the Kiss face paint.

The work of an auto journalist is sometimes hard because you have to pick the right metaphor. For this story, we could have just gone with "stormtrooper", but that would be too obvious.

Anyway, let's look at the car and see if we can say something interesting about it. The DMC package has been fitted to several Huracans, so we'be seen its combination of gaping grilles and flashy aero elements before.

The coolest part has to be the leading wing for the LP610, which can be adjusted to 3 angle settings: Choose City Cruising, GT Track day or Fun Mode. The side skirts that add downforce, the rear diffuser that supports road stability are all still useful for showing off. Around the back, we see that the wing is fully adjustable and sits on struts that are also made from lightweight carbon fiber.

But the owner wanted to go above and beyond, so he asked Impressive Wrap Hong Kong for some custom touches. While they are discreet, black stripes and swooshes add character to the "eyes" of the supercar.

This particular Huracan has an interior finished in Ostrich and Stingray leather, matched by an engine that has been subtly enhanced to produce 630 horsepower. The final touch is a set of 20/21-inch wheels that are custom-made by DMC for this car. Everything is TUV certified and comes with an extensive brochure about testing, aerodynamics, and all the other pointless stuff if you just want to cruise Hong Kong in style.

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