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Wrapped up in a camo that matches his villa in Marbella, Spain, the Italian supercar features a widebody kit with updated bumpers, swollen fenders and larger side skirts, along with an aftermarket wheel set and a roof-mounted ski box, for which he turned to 56Nord, according to his blog. 

The 33-year old's Lamborghini Huracan has the grunt to match its looks, as the standard 5.2-liter, naturally aspirated, V10 engine has been massaged to deliver more than 800 horsepower, with the help of a supercharger kit provided by VF Engineering. Not much is known about the supercar's performance following the upgrade except that it can cover the 100-200 km/h (62-124 mph) sprint in just 5.3 seconds, which is just 0.3 seconds short of a Bugatti Veyron.