Is This Bosozoku Lamborghini An Abomination Or Interesting?
In the already very strange community that is Japanese car culture, there is an even stranger sub-segment that has yet to make it to the rest of the world. It's called Bosozoku— and it's where people take normal cars, and pretty much just make them as flamboyant and ridiculous as possible. This usually involves exhausts that stretch well past the roof of the car, preposterous color and paint schemes, and absurd graphics and body kits. One place, though, that we hoped this Bosozoku trend would never go, is into the world of supercars. But because it’s Japan, they went and did it anyway. Here we have a Lamborghini Murcielago. RELATED: Check Out How a Clean Lamborghini Murcielago Looks
It has a 640 horsepower, naturally aspirated V12 engine powering all four wheels. It’s a proper supercar, and already a bit mad in its own right. Now, it features a Liberty Walk widebody kit, cheetah print wrap, a massive rear wing, and a set of stacks that would make any diesel truck owner feel impotent.
Oh, did we forget to mention that all the shut lines have been painted red? Or the hundreds of small little spikes poking through the exterior? But really, what do you all think of this absurd Lamborghini? Is it just an abomination? Or is it kind of cool?
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