Can You Believe Someone Did This To A Lamborghini?

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One guess where in the world this comes from...

The aftermarket culture in Japan is totally unique to the country. And while this Lamborghini Murcielago is insane by any normal person’s standards – with a massive rear spoiler, flashing neon lights, LEDs, and blinding strobe lights all over the body, not forgetting the heart-shaped exhaust– it’s not the craziest we’ve ever seen. A holographic wrap would have taken it to the next level, and if the driver wants to get into Diablo-driving Morohoshi-san’s Lambo gang, he might have to step up his customizing game.

You have to admire the sheer balls-on-the-table no-shits-given approach of Tokyo’s aftermarket culture, even if you would never do it to your own ride.

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