The young man took the supercharged Italian supercar to an off-road course, where he found some flat ground and started doing donuts and short acceleration bursts, getting the exotic ride dirty in a matter of seconds.
Inevitably, the mud got into each crease, and this significantly affected the engine cooling, but it could have been worse if the driver hadn’t planned it all along. “I have a laminated vinyl wrap on top of a PPF film to protect the paint, a thick plastic skid under the front bumper to prevent it from scraping and a wire mesh in front of the heat exchangers for extra protection”, he said.
After having fun in the mud for a few minutes, the man took his customized and supercharged Lamborghini Huracan, which makes 800 horsepower, to the car wash to assess the damages, hoping that water would do the trick.
The film reminds us of TaxTheRich, who used to punish many exotics by taking them way out of their comfort zone.