It's called Slimer.
Dubbed “Slimer” after everyone’s favorite Ghostbuster’s ghoul, Famous Autosport has revealed its Lamborghini Huracan project ahead of the supercar’s unveiling at SEMA 2014 this week. The most striking detail of the build is the Verde Mantis paint job, a 48-hour seven-stage custom application that looks absolutely stunning. The exhaust and braces also received a custom paintjob, while the interior features color-matched carbon-fiber trim.
The intake manifold and brake calipers were finished in blue, while chassis upgrades include carbon ceramic brakes, a custom stainless-steel exhaust by Fast Intentions, a tuned transmission, RSV alloys staggered 20/21 inches front/rear and some engine mods that sees output boosted to over 670 hp and 440 lb-ft of torque.