This is a build done right.
There are lots and lots of people enthusiastic about modifying cars out there, and we often give some of them stick for being tasteless or poorly executed, but sometimes we come across something special and this is definitely one of those times. What started life as a regular (if a Lambo could ever be considered such) Lamborghini Huracan Evo is now the Lamborghini Huracan Evo Aperta. If the Aperta name is familiar to you, that's the Italian term for "open", and this car certainly fits that bill. But more than just chopping off the roof, this car is even more powerful than a standard Evo.
While a roofless Huracan would have been worthy of a mention alone, DailyDrivenExotics reveals that a supercharger has been added to the mix, boosting the Huracan Evo sublime V10 engine from 630 horsepower to a whopping 840 hp. Other things that are less subtle include a Neon Yellow wrap from 3M, which is actually a satin film covered by an additional clear layer. Essentially, this car has thus been wrapped twice. Complementing the gaudy color of the supercar is a set of forged carbon side skirts from Vorsteiner, the company that also supplied the wheels and vented forged carbon fenders. Those wheels are then wrapped in Gladiator X Comp rubber.
The forged carbon continues with an FI exhaust featuring composite exhaust tips. No details have been given as to the cost of this transformation or how long it took to complete, but this certainly stands out a special machine. A pair of helmets are also a part of the build, to make driving the car legal in more states. Speaking of which, DDE says that it will be taking the Evo Aperta on trips across North America to showcase the awesome build. A truly unique machine, this thing will surely grab attention everywhere. We can't wait to see the next video and hear that supercharged V10 scream. McLaren Elva, consider yourself old news.