Hey, at least it's more discreet than his previous Lambos.
After stunning us with Lamborghini-slaughtering projects like the Tupac lyric-covered Gallardo and camouflage Aventador (which later went baby blue), recording artist Chris Brown has once again chosen a Lambo as his latest ride. And as he is prone to do, he took his Aventador down to JC Customz for a round of modifications in a project dubbed "The Dark Knight." We assume this nickname has something to do with the black matte finish, which should've made the car stealthier than the Batmobile.
But could scandal-ridden Brown really settle for stealthy, discreet and toned down? As you can see, the project went a few stepts further, adding gloss black Misha Designs front bumper, gloss black rear diffuser and bumper package, and an impressive aftermarket wing. But to really set it apart and kill any claim of clandestine driving, the car was fitted with a set of shimmering 18k gold wheels. But delusions of stealth and Bruce Wayne aside, is this a successful interpretation of the Aventador's slick design, or are these wheels just pure madness worthy of the Joker?