This new project from wheel specialists Forgiato, called “Liquid Metal” has the opportunity to make you think this is the most extreme Huracan in the world – making you oblivious to the Performante record-breaking version.
But while the record-setting Performante, although packing the brand’s most powerful V10, has already lost the Nurburgring lap record to the fully electric Nio EP9, this aftermarket take on the bull is certainly going to make you fell unique. The exterior has been wrapped in shiny new chrome with some yellow and carbon fiber for good measure – the strong but light material is used for the skirts, vents, a rear wing, while the looks are completed with a more aggressive front end and the ubiquitous gloss black Forgiato wheels.
These are a set of staggered 20-inch Forgiato 2.0 Navaja-ECX examples shod in Pirelli rubber, and the menacing wheels are being complemented by orange-painted carbon ceramic brakes, for a dash of color. No word on extra oomph breathing under the hood, but the standard Huracan is already potent with a 602-horsepower (448-kilowatt) V10 and a maximum speed in excess of 200 miles per hour (321 kilometers per hour).