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Nissan 350Z With Lamborghini Face Swap Called "Zuracan" Is Epic Trolling

Nissan just doesn't get it. The Z car is not something you should ignore while you focus on crossovers. Just look at how much time and money owners are willing to spend to ensure theirs is a little or just gets a tad of extra attention, like the guy who trolls the streets of Miami with this Lamborghini-themed 350Z.
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Nissan 350Z With Lamborghini Face Swap Called "Zuracan" Is Epic TrollingNissan 350Z With Lamborghini Face Swap Called "Zuracan" Is Epic TrollingNissan 350Z With Lamborghini Face Swap Called "Zuracan" Is Epic TrollingNissan 350Z With Lamborghini Face Swap Called "Zuracan" Is Epic Trolling
And he's not alone. Just off the top of our head, we'd mention the 350Z covered in grass that we showed you recently and the Z car with Porsche and Masserati bits. But to get back to the project at hand, we'll mention that it's not like you're a classic kit car where a fake Ferrari or Lamborghini would get crafted out of a cheap Japanese car (or the Fiero). No, this is an intentional combo of cars that are meant to offend and entice.

The base vehicle is a 2008 Nissan 350Z with a stick shift. In case you're not a fan of the Z, know that the "Zuracan" name denotes the displacement of its engine, 3.5 liters, unlike a Lamborghini which would communicate its horsepower output.

A variety of crazy aftermarket parts have also been installed, such as a carbon fiber hood that looks cool but has little in common with the Lamborghini theme, or the louvers over the rear window which just scream "Miami Vice supercar."

And while the name suggests this is a Huracan-themed transformation, that front bumper looks more like a late model Gallardo, maybe of the LP570 variety. But a whole lot of fiberglass work must have gone on to fit this supercar fascia to a humble Japanse sports car. Meanwhile, the rear seems to have bits from the real Huracan mixed onto the Z's bumper and with quad tips grafted onto the existing exhaust, which is probably just straight-pipes.

 
 
 
 
 

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