The car will be showcased at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed and can be seen in the video below racing against Eduard Nikoleav in a Russian-built 9,500kg KAMAZ MASTER truck.
Mad Mike said in a press release, “Bringing the NIMBUL to life is a dream come true for me. Ever since I can remember, I’ve always wanted to create a drift ready supercar. It took four weeks to turn the Huracán into the NIMBUL and I can’t wait to let it loose in front of the crowds at the Festival of Speed.”
To make the Lamborghini Huracán drift, a number of mechanical elements had to be considerably tweaked. Mad Mike has built his own steering system and sway bars for the supercar, and a new digital suspension which enables the car to lay flat to the ground when static was also installed. Elsewhere, the Lamborghini sees new brakes, a new ECU which controls a host of new elements from nitrous to the exhausts to produce 800 BHP, new rims styled after the Lamborghini Countach, as well as a safety-enhanced interior and a wider body kit, which was designed by Liberty Walk founder Kato San.
Take a look at the Lamborghini Huracán “NIMBUL” in the gallery above and watch it in action against the KAMAZ MASTER truck below.
For more outlandish Lambos, take a look at this rally-ready Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato.