One of a Kind Lamborghini Huracan
The world is fast approaching the next ice age or so we have been told and being the out-and-out petrolheads that we are, immediately upon hearing this prophecy, we start to wonder, where will we drive if and when that happens. Understandably, to witness an ice age we would have to have the location of the fountain of youth at hand and if we do end up being gifted with immortality even then there would a small issue of lack of roads to drive on when the world gets covered in snow kilometres deep. All intense questions these, however, fret not, the talented blokes at Rain Prisk Designs understand your (ad our) dilemma and have come out with a solution for it. The solution is simple; they have imagined a Lamborghini Huracan Snowmobile, simple isn’t it.
As you can see in the picture, this Lamborghini Huracan Snowmobile concept does not lose any single bit of the original cars futuristic edgy and very very angry Italian bull design, in fact it adds a lot more oomph and awe to the Lamborghini Huracan Snowmobile concept by imagining a shooting brake version of the Huracan, and if you ask us, snowmobile or not, this shooting brake Huracan looks simply epic.
Interestingly, Rain Prisk Designs have left the original engine specifications intact in this design study, which means that this Lamborghini Huracan Snowmobile is powered by the same 5.2 litre V10 that produces a maximum power output of 602bhp and a peak torque rating of 560Nm.
Saying that, if this concept ever reaches to the production line (which it will not) then with all this insane power the Lamborghini Huracan Snowmobile would be able to generate enough tremors to break the ice layer and heat enough to melt the remaining ice without much fuss. So there you have it, apart from being a snowmobile to serve the transportation needs of well-heeled alpinists, this may also get our beloved roads back from ice age as well.
Tell us what you think of this Lamborghini Huracan Snowmobile concept in the comments section below, would you like to drive it? We sure as hell do.