Jon Olsson reveals his new highly modified Lamborghini Huracan
Professional ski racer Jon Olsson has a history of owning incredible, modified performance cars, and his latest purchase continues that fine tradition.
Based on a 2016 Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4, it was originally intended to come with a wide-body kit that would have required extensive modification of the suspension. However, after driving the standard car Olsson decided not to mess with the car's set-up and instead went for more performance-orientated modifications.
The car was taken to Stertman Motorsport and fitted with a VF Engineering supercharger, which was then modified for even more power. Olsson's car hasn't been officially checked, but based on the equipment he's fitted it should be well in excess of 800bhp.
The Huracan's 5.2-litre V10 is already one of the best-sounding engines on the market, but Olsson had an Akrapovic exhaust system fitted to amplify it. Carbon-fibre air intakes have been added, and a new engine cover has been ordered so they are more visible from the outside.
A new suspension kit from K&W was fitted to lower the car as well as sharpen its handling. In addition, the Lamborghini's standard ceramic brakes were swapped with steel ones from Girodiscs for improved winter performance.
Olsson's cars are famous for wearing ski boxes on the roof, and the new Huracan is no different. It's wearing an updated prototype of a box he has been creating with a company called 56Nord, which is designed to work better with modern performance car styling.
The skier says that he will use the Huracan every day in Monaco and "to ski resorts around Europe all winter long!"