Jon Olsson's Lamborghini Huracan Project is Still a Work in Progress
Swedish professional freeskier Jon Olsson likes his cars as much as the slopes. He also likes to make them unique with custom work that turns his already impressive cars into even bigger attention-getters. He recently purchased a white-as-snow Lamborghini Huracan, but he's not content to leave the car the way it looked when he drove it home. Olsson has posted pictures of his new car in pieces. It's not broken, but being taken apart to be put back together as something custom and probably mind-blowing. RELATED: Watch Jon Olsson Introduce the Rebellion R2k for the Gumball 3000
Olsson knows that taking the body off of a completely perfect and very new Lamborghini is not the norm. He just couldn't bear to settle for the same thing everyone else has, and had to send it out for custom work.
The car was taken apart and scanned to create new body panels that will take four months to complete. In the meantime, he is putting the original panels back on so he can drive his boring, vanilla Lamborghini Huracan while he waits.
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