The Lamborghini Huracan coupe can be seen either on public roads in standard form, or on the racetrack in a sports version, and this is not to mention all kinds of tuning options. But such improvements, when an expensive two-door is turned into a tractor for a trailer on which another car is installed, are almost impossible to meet. That didn’t stop the popular blogger Alex Chou from transforming his personal Italian supercar into an extravagant tractor.
The blogger’s car is one of the most tuned among all the Lamborghini Huracan because in his car Alex combined a body kit styling a supercar for a racing Huracan GT3, as well as a large—scale engine refinement program that increased the output of the 610-horsepower 5.2-liter atmospheric V10 to 1250 horsepower by installing turbochargers.
In addition, the four-wheel-drive car was converted to rear-wheel drive. This did not seem enough to Alex, and he installed a tow bar on his supercar, designed for a trailer weighing up to 7 tons. However, the first attempt to try out the Huracan as a tractor was unsuccessful — the trailer rental company refused to give the blogger the desired trailer, since the Lamborghini coupe is not among the certified vehicles for towing.
A friend came to the rescue of Alex Chou, who provided a trailer. As a result, it was possible to test the Lamborghini Huracan as part of a road train.