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This 2015 Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 might not look like much more than your run-of-the-mill supercar. But underneath its Verde Mantis paint lies a something very fast, very expensive, and very special.

Custom built by Underground Racing for a private party—and the sole purpose of setting records—this Huracan features an “X-Version” twin turbo system that delivers a staggering 2,100 horsepower. In order to handle all that power, the stock dual-clutch gearbox has been swapped out in favor of a sequential unit, and super sticky Toyo R888 tires have been fitted to one of the two sets of wheels included with the sale. As one would expect, the mileage on this car is very low, just 950 of them since new. Half of those miles culminated in setting a world record at 238.6 mph.

This isn’t just another fast Lamborghini Huracan, it is the fast Lamborghini Huracan. And it’s for sale for a cool $675,000.

Other than mind-melting performance, part of the appeal of this car is how much of a sleeper it is—well, as much as a green Lamborghini Huracan can be, anyway. When other supercar builds quickly spiral out of control with over-the-top aero bits, ridiculous spoilers, and other garish accessories, this Huracan keeps things pretty simple.

The only noticeable enhancements to the exterior come in the form of four handsome HRE wheels, and a few Underground Racing decals. I assume each of those adds about five horsepower. But if you didn’t know any better, it looks like just another Lamborghini Huracan…except this one will demolish on any drag strip, anywhere.

Here's a reminder of how fast and brutal this thing can be: 

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