The Swedish freestyle skier and alpine ski racer Jon Olsson not only has a passion for two boards, but also describes himself as a car nerd. After his RS6, he changed back to a Lamborghini, this time a Huracán LP610-4.
The V10 gets 610 hp from the 5,2 liter displacement. But for the skiing ace, this was not enough. At Stertman Motorsport the engine was modified with accessories from VF Engineering and an Eaton supercharger was fitted on the two cylinder banks. Added to this was a new cooling circuit, an aluminum intake manifold, Eventuri carbon fiber airintakes and a revised engine control. Around 800 hp now ensure enough power.
Akrapovic supplied the Titanium exhaust system with its carbon-fiber-coated four tailpipes, which are not only about 20 kg lighter than the standard system, but also mobilize some additional horsepower. According to Jon, the super sports car sprint from a speed of 100 to 200 km/h only takes 5,3 seconds, but there is even more potential.
To install a ski rack on a Lambo is more than crazy, but exactly according to Jon´s taste. Finally, a Huracan offers hardly any storage space, besides the small hand luggage space at the front.
The completely made of carbon fiber roof box came from 56Nord and will be available for different vehicles officially starting from early December. By the way, Jon is thinking about to participate at the Mongol Rally with the Huracan. According to the official regulations, only “small, shit cars” with a maximum displacement of just under 1,0 liters may participate and accompanying vehicles are also not allowed. Furthermore, at least 1.000 British Pounds have to be donated for charitable purposes, where 500 Pounds go to the “Cool Earth” initiative. But maybe the Swede will find a way to get to Mongolia with the Lambo.
By the way, Jon “backfitted” the ceramic brake system to steel discs from Girodiscs, as he does not really trust the ceramic discs because of numerous gravel sections and the extreme temperature drops.
For the Huracán, we have also developed a height-adjustable spring kit made by KW exclusively for our long-time KW partner Novitec.
And in combination with the lowering and the winter camouflage wrap, the new “winter car” by Jon Olsson simply appears brutal.
Photos Jon Olsson