Jon Olsson has the kind of problems that we can only dream of having. The professional skier and supercar aficionado is having trouble choosing what kind of car he’s going to use for his winter travels this season. Apparently, he ordered a Lamborghini Aventador for this purpose, except that the supercar has yet to be delivered to him.
So instead of twiddling his thumbs while waiting by the window, Olsson went out to buy a"temporary" alternative: a Lamborghini Gallardo LP540 decked in a sick camouflage finish with a ski box on top. Apparently, having one such Lamborghini Murcielago SV in his garage, as well as a Nissan R35 GT-R , wasn’t enough for him.
Olsson worked together with German tuner, DMC, to create his perfect temporary Lambo. They reconfigured the front end with an extra GT3 lip, then went on to add a new rear-deck lid, new LED lights, a new bumper, and a new rear diffuser. Apparently, Olsson also asked DMC to create an SV wing like the one from his original LP670.
And just in case you’ve forgotten about the Gallardo’s credentials, it’s worth pointing out that it still packs a 5.2-liter V10 engine that produces 560 horsepower. It’s not a Murcielago SV or an Aventador, but it’s still ’good enough’ for Olsson to use on his winter travels.
Because he is Jon Olsson and he’s got more money in his socks than we have in our bank accounts, he can ill afford to splurge on one Lamborghini while waiting for another one to be delivered to him.
Hit the jump to watch the Skibox test for Jon Olsson’s temporary play thing.