Utterly bonkers snow-loving Lamborghini for sale
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Forget ski lifts - if you want to get to a powder-covered mountain as quickly as possible, this is the motor for you.
It's a Lamborghini Huracan with a carbon fibre roof box to carry all your ski equipment. But that's not all. The supercar has been extensively modified with a supercharger and racy exhaust to produce in excess of 800bhp. And it could be yours for €250,000, or $368,000NZD.
The snow-camouflaged powerhouse belongs to former professional freestyle skier Jon Olsson, who now runs a successful luggage company and lets viewers be part of his 100mph lifestyle through his YouTube channel.
Olsson, a self-confessed car enthusiast, is known for converting high-performance cars into daily drivers capable of coping with the demands of a skier.
His list of previous conversions include an Audi R8 and RS6, Nissan GT-R and Lamborghini Gallardo and Murcielago SV, all of which have been fitted with a roof box to transport skiing equipment.
He's also a regular on the Gumball 3000 - the annual 3,000 mile road trip slash celebrity party, involving some of the fastest, loudest and most modified vehicles on the planet.
This latest creation was only completed in October last year, but three months later the winter-sport athlete turned social media star has decided it's time to part ways with the extreme ski-resort supercar.
It's not the first time the skier has attached a roof box to a high performance sports car - he's also done the same with an Audi R8 and RS6, Nissan GT-R and two other Lamborghinis
Olsson announced that his latest pride and joy was going to be sold with an Instagram post last week.
Saying it needed to make way so he could buy a four-seater, Olsson confirmed the car has covered just 3,800km - or 2,360 miles - and has cost him €350,000 (£301,000) in total to create.
Standard versions of the same 2016 Huracan LP 610-4 with similar mileage are currently for sale in the UK for around £190,000, making the £215,000 asking price for this highly-tuned model seem not all that bad.
It features a VF Engineering supercharger kit that's been tweaked to take the overall power output beyond 800bhp. As a result, it takes just 5.3 seconds to accelerate from 62mph to 124mph - that's just three tenths of a second slower than a Bugatti Veyron.
To ramp up the volume the car is fitted with a titanium Akrapovic exhaust and slammed closer to the ground with a K&W suspension kit.
Olsson's previous model was this Audi RS6 he owned until 2015. The car was stolen from the new owner in an armed robbery and then torched
The Winter X Games gold medalist is a regular on the Gumball 3000 rally. He's even completed it in his Rebellion track car (pictured)
The track-ready carbon ceramic brakes that came as standard have also been whipped off and replaced with steel discs, despite the original parts having more stopping power in optimum conditions.
But as Olsson explained, this is his winter hack so it needs to be able to perform in ultra cold conditions.
'Brake wise I know the stock ceramic brakes are great, but when you drive cars like this all winter long and you have a lot of gravel on the road and cold temperature steel discs are just a way better option,' he said in the vehicle description.
The titanium Akrapovic exhaust unleashes the full orchestra of the supercharged V10 engine
The snow camouflage wrap is a fixture on Olsson's cars, showing his love for all things winter
The roof box mounting is a piece of work in itself, though might not be a requirement for all Lamborghini buyers
The final piece in the puzzle is the ski box - a necessity for anyone looking to tour the Alps in a £200,000 supercar.
The box itself was made by 56Nord and is manufactured entirely from carbon fibre, while Select Cars created the bespoke mounting bracket to ensure that the skis remained attached to the roof at all times, even at the blisteringly fast speeds this car is capable of.
Finished in Olsson's customary snow camouflage wrap (though the colour underneath is white), the vehicle is based in Monaco and will need to be collected from there, if you're hoping to get your hands on it before an upcoming ski holiday.
- Daily Mail