Lamborghini Trumpventador, the Trump-Wrapped Aventador, Coming to goldRush Rally

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Photo: Superior Auto Design
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Over the last few months, we've seen a few go-fast machine owners expressing their take on the 2016 elections with the help of their rides, but a Lamborgini Gallardo's rear fascia displaying the "In Trump We Trust" message was as far as things went.
Well, the Donald-ization process is much deeper with the Lambo we want to show you today. First of all we're talking about an Aventador, the kind of car that acts as a crowd magnet through its sheer existence.

Then there's the connection to Donald Trump. You see... the face of the Republican Party's presumptive presidential nominee is all over the nose of the V12 beast. Oh, and let's not forget Trump's slogans. From "you're fired" to "Make America GR8 Again," this Aventador is a screaming billboard - as it happens, this year's edition of the event is the 8th, hence the pun in the slogan.

The Raging Bull has recently been wrapped by Superior Auto Design, with the supercar's second skin (of course) following a red, white and blue theme.

Since Donald Trump used to own a Lamborghini back in the day (heck, maybe he had more than one), we're expecting the man to feel the connection here. As for the people, they'll have plenty of "opportunities" to meet this Lamborghini, as the supercar is set to take part in the goldRush Rally.

With this year's edition of the rally just around the corner (the event starts on May 13), the Trumpventador will have the chance to deliver its message over a cross-country adventure that will take the supercars from Boston to Los Angeles.

In our book, any supercar that gets "involved" in the presidential race is no longer a clean machine and we're obviously not the only ones who see things this way.

Here's how Superior Auto Design replied when a Facebook user pointed his finger (to put things lightly) at the company for completing such a project: "Lol this doesn't show any support to any one candidate. We are simply paid to do a job and do it flawlessly. Just so happens this car is going viral around the internet."
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