That’s a rather original approach of spreading Christmas happiness.
A Lamborghini Huracan adorned with thirty thousand light-emitting diodes is Alex Choi’s most recent masterpiece, capitalizing on the most prevalent trend of the season.
Last year, Choi did something similar with his McLaren 720S decorated with Christmas lights to spread holiday happiness, so he is no stranger to establishing trends. The Huracan, on the other hand, is his most advanced creation to date; its LED array can change colors and show patterns similar to the Las Vegas Sphere at the driver’s command. Choi was vague on the specifics of the LED synchronization process, but it seemed like a lot of moving parts including a laptop and other electronics.
With the exception of a few spots toward the back, the LEDs cover the majority of the Lamborghini’s body and wing. On the interior, you’ll find a variety of wires that can power all the lights, as well as two spare batteries. Choi may be most known for his spectacular feats and automobiles, but his cars are usually fairly wild too.
The exoskeleton rally Huracan, which was perhaps his most popular creation, is much more extreme than the LED-adorned Lamborghini.
In an effort to commemorate his recent purchase of a Lamborghini, Choi sent an Instagram invitation to all users who had decorated their vehicles with Christmas lights.
Choi hosted an event at an unknown mountain location, where he displayed the Lamborghini in all its LED brilliance (after an unsuccessful effort), and twenty people turned up.
Following the big unveiling, they filmed a donut-filled YouTube video featuring Choi’s LED Lamborghini, accompanied by the other cars decked up in their festive Christmas lights. After that, he gave everyone a chance to show off their skills and develop by doing donuts within the circle. It would seem that this is not the last LED Lamborghini; rumor has it that an even more outrageous and dazzling model is in the works.