In fact, we are now here to talk about such a render, one that shows the Italian classic in a form that's pretty far from home.
So, what are the ingredients of this transformation? Well, I'm not sure if the leading role goes to the widebody take or to the microscopic ground clearance of the V12 toy.
Regardless, you should know that the aero work features plenty of carbon pieces, as dictated by contemporary supercar standards. As for the said ground clearance, the Sant'Agata Bolognese machine has been fitted with air suspension, which means it can clear a speed bump when necessary.
Now, you might want to know more about the mind behind this pixel play. Well, his name is Danny Berry and he comes from the UK. Oh, and did I mention the aficionado is only 22?
Of course, we can't talk about such a transformation witout mentioning the real-world widebody Miura. You know, the one built by Liberty Walk.
Fortunately, the Japanese aftermarket developer didn't use an actual Lamborghini Miura. Instead, its build was based on a replica, that, in turn used as Ford GT40 kit car as a starting point.
Wataru Kato, the man behind LB Walk, obviously delivers some uber-popular widebody kits for contemporary Lambos. In fact, his most recent work, which targets the Huracan, is set to make its debut in early November, at SEMA - the kit gifts the Huracan with racecar looks, as we discussed earlier this week.
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