The Lamborghini Huracan is probably the farthest thing you can think of as a good tow car. However, YouTuber Alex Choi recently discovered that his Huracan actually works quite well.
It is worth mentioning from the bat that Choi’s Huracan is far from stock. In fact, it is one of the most modified examples you will find online and it is equipped with many body panels from the Huracan GT3 race car. It looks so wild that it’s probably the closest thing to the road-legal Huracan Super Trophy Evo.
The Lamborghini’s engine is also upgraded with a pair of turbochargers and pumps 1,250 hp on wheels. Huracan was also converted from all-wheel drive to rear-wheel drive.
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Eager to test the towing capability of the car, YouTuber installed a tow hook rated at 15,000 pounds (6,083 pounds) and headed to U-Haul to rent a trailer. Surprisingly, the employee was not allowed to give Choi a trailer because Huracan was not listed in their system as a suitable tow car. Choi’s solution? Call a friend and ask them to bring a pickup then rent a trailer, drive around the block and connect it to Lamborghini.
Choi initially wanted to do a Huracan tow but quickly discovered that it was a little too wide for his rented trailer. So instead, he put his Audi RS6 in the trailer and went for a fun ride at 65 miles (104 km / h) without much hassle.
The rest of the video shows him glowing with Lamborghini, spitting on the fire and toasting in Huracan’s grip. Towards the end of the clip, he was able to source a large trailer and pull an urus with it.