Red Bull Japan Had A Huracan As Backup For The F40 Snow Drift Video

Photo Credit: Dino Dalle Carbonare via Instagram
Photo Credit: Dino Dalle Carbonare via Instagram /

Red Bull Japan had a Lamborghini Huracan as backup for their now infamous F40 Snow Drift video. 

If you haven’t already seen Red Bull Japan’s F40 Snow Drift video, drop everything and go ahead and watch it. Since it hit the internet the video has already been uploaded to YouTube for your viewing pleasure. But did you know that they also had a Lamborghini Huracan as a backup car to the infamous late 80’s supercar?

According to Speed Hunters very own Dino Dalle Carbonare off of Instagram, the only known footage as of today shows a Lamborghini Huracan making its way down the hills of Nagano just like the Ferrari F40 did. Check out the piece of awesome footage below and let us know if you think that a Huracan would be cooler than an F40 in the comments below.

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Putting together a shoot of this magnitude and getting everything done in just a couple of days is a monumental task. Usually, this involves months of planning and coordination across countries and languages. From what we can tell, it looks like Dino Dalle Carbonare is based out of Japan and provided the needed coordination between Takeshi Kimura (the owner of the F40) and the producers Luke Huxham and his motley crew of cameramen.

It would’ve been a shame if after flying across the Pacific ocean to shoot the film that the Ferrari F40 gave up on them. Sure the F40 is a robust car, but at the end of the day it’s still an almost three-decade old Italian exotic. So it looks like for every shot of the Ferrari F40, the Lamborghini Huracan was right on its tail providing insurance just in case anything happened.

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It would’ve been awesome if both cars were in the film but then again that would’ve thrown off the storyline. Perhaps Red Bull Japan will release a behind the scenes video soon showcasing the Huracan a little bit more. Until then, you can enjoy the Instagram video above.