While supercars are rare sightings in most parts of the world, Dubai is quite a playground for Ferraris, Lamborghinis and even Bugattis. People in this city like to live their lives large. If you've got the money, it is meant to be spent on a better lifestyle, on luxury, on opulence. And Natalia, a resident in Dubai, had the same idea. The result was the purchase of a Lamborghini Huracan, but it didn't stop there. The car was customised and the end product elevated Natalia to be known as the purple Lamborghini owner. Click on the slides ahead to find out what all changes were made to her car.
She turned to RevoZport with her stock Huracan with a wish to make it stand out in Dubai. RevoZport added their active aerodynamic components to the car.
So, now the Huracan has carbon-fibre bonnet, doors, fenders, front splitter, side scoop extensions and a large rear wing. All this helped it shed about 100 kg.
The intake and the ECU were upgraded and an Inconel exhaust was added. Theses upgrades boosted the power from the 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine by 89 hp, pushing the power output to 690 hp.
However, the most prominent upgrade that does make this particular Huracan stand out was a special purple wrap and double black racing stripes on the bonnet. The attention to detail was stretched to an extent that the key fob too was given a purple finish.
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