19-year-old built a caged Lamborghini Huracan rally car

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If you look at this car and think: "what kind of F?" or "why?" or "ruined!" or & # 39; money does not buy taste & # 39 ;, then Alex Choi accomplished what he wanted to do with this build. Being different brings out negativity in people who don't understand the desire to stand out, and that is exactly what Choi wants: to be different. He calls it the Unicorn V3, and it is now one of the wildest custom exotics in the saturated autoscene in California.

As indicated by the V3 tag, this is the third major overhaul of Choi & # 39; s Lamborghini Huracan, but he has made numerous changes since he first received the car on June 1, 2017. Choi, who is also a broadband BMW winged has "M2-R," the car first gave a pink and blue camo scheme. Then he added a ski box, a wing, a carbon cap and removed the rear bumper. For the Gold Rush Rally, he unveiled V2 with a pink BAPE wrap. He then shaded the car and turned the rear bumper back on. V3 is the crazy creature we saw above.

Before Unicorn V3 is revealed, here is the history of the Unicorn: June 1, 2017, the Unicorn was born and I received the car. V1️⃣.0️⃣: the pink and blue camo. V1️⃣.1️⃣: ski box !! V1️⃣.2️⃣: @ ms.emelia is enjoying her picnic on my new lunch table wing, with a new carbon cap and joining the bumper delete-gang. V2️⃣.0️⃣ !!!: broke a lot of neck on Gold Rush Rally with a pink bape wrap. V2️⃣.1️⃣: underglow. and as a result of a popular request, I turned the rear bumper on again. V3️⃣.0️⃣: expected launch date, April 9, 2019. Twin turbo, and something else that has never been done before, will explode everyone's head and the most controversial Lamborghini (or perhaps even the car in general) ever existed. 🤭 * not responsible for any main explosions

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Choi first upgraded the engine with Sheepey Race twin-turbo power. RSR then added & # 39; monkey bars & # 39; , as Choi calls them, a handmade chromoly and stainless steel cage that surrounds the entire car. This look was inspired by the Flip Car from Fast & Furious 6. Speed ​​Tech Lights added the group B-inspired round rally to the front and gave it a light bar mounted on the roof directly from a police car.

The wheels were custom made for Choi & # 39; s Lamborghini by Brixton Forged Wheels. They are not technically new, but he changed the color from white to black. The Michelin PS4S tires also have white stickers that give a white wall an impression when the car is moving. Huge foot-long semi-truck gun air filters on each side of the back give it a very Star Wars-like look, and on the driver's side, there is a one-time air-to-air intercooler. The carbon fiber rear wing is also a V2 carry-over, but it has been raised by one foot. Finally, Choi added a diffuser to the rear and turned the rear lights upside down to create a completely different light signature.

Choi says that the major changes to the car have been completed, but he plans numerous small tweaks in the near future. If you are one of the people who loves the car (including this author), he regularly updates on his YouTube and Instagram pages.

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