You may already hear about Swedish ski and Gumball 3000 legend Jon Olsson, who is widely known as the man who designed many unique cars. Some interesting projects include his late RS6 Avant which was stolen in the Netherlands and later found completely burned to the ground and his camo-wrapped Lamborghini Murcielago which he drove to the top of a Norwegian glacier.
Olsson’s latest project is a Lamborghini Huracán and he decided to show it off to the rest of the world. He acknowledges this is quite a big project and commented: “I feel like I can put all the experience I have gained over the years on builds into this one and really do it right from the beginning!”.
His new car features Olsson’s ‘signature’ camouflage wrap which matches his villa in sunny Marbella, Spain. Of course a custom carbon fiber ski box was put on top of the car too, just as with many of his other creations.
The wrap of the car is courtesy of WrapZone in Sweden and Stertman Motorsport in Stockholm took care of the changes under the hood.
Speaking of which, this customized Lamborghini Huracan now packs a custom VF Engineering supercharger kit, allowing the engine to develop more than 800 hp. Furthermore, the Lambo was put through its paces and it would seem it brags about 100 to 200 km/h time of just 5.3 seconds, which is Bugatti Veyron territory.
Further highlights on Olsson’s new Lambo are Eventuri carbon fiber air intakes, a custom suspension setup courtesy of K&W and a very loud aftermarket exhaust system from Akrapovich. You can learn more about Europe’s most unique Lamborghini Huracan on Jon Olsson’s very own blog.