This Gujarati YouTuber transformed his Honda Civic into a futuristic Lamborghini Terzo Millennio | WATCH

In addition, the auto enthusiast affixed a "63" sticker to the back of the altered vehicle, signifying Lamborghini's founding year of 1963.

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Driving enthusiasts who are passionate about cars are frequently spotted customizing their cars to give them a unique appearance. These adjustments can be made by altering the car's form and style, adding accessories to the outside or inside, or even upgrading the engine to provide additional horsepower. Certain adjustments may seem strange at first, but some of them end up looking really chic.

Lamborghini transition!

They can even alter the car's overall appearance. Recently, an Indian guy transformed a Honda Civic into an electric Lamborghini Terzo Millennio concept car, an impressive transformation that went viral on social media. Numerous auto aficionados have also expressed interest in the modified vehicle.

Who is Dhava?

Tanna Dhava, a YouTuber from Gujarat, purchased a brand-new Honda Civic 1.8 2008 model and undertook a significant modification that took almost a year to finish.He reportedly used a Honda Civic's engine and accessories to create an amazing yellow "Lamborghini" by finding additional pieces. A video of the YouTuber's customized Honda Civic has also been posted to his official YouTube account. He disclosed in the video that, exclusive of labor costs, the car's metal frame or chassis cost more than Rs 1 lakh.

The passion of cars 

He said that the entire expense, including labor charges, came to Rs 3 lakh. The makeover project came at a total cost of about Rs 12.5 lakh. Regarding the wheels, he claimed he was unable to find any that resembled a Lamborghini. To make it look more authentic, he had a Lamborghini sticker manufactured and applied to the car's bonnet. "It feels fantastic, especially after spending a lot of money on this endeavor," he remarked. Dhava has made every effort to mimic the characteristics of the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio, such as the large windscreen, dual doors, and comparable wheel arches.

The auto enthusiast did not stop there; he also affixed a "63" sticker to the back of the altered vehicle, which stands for Lamborghini's 1963 birth year. To make it look like a Lamborghini, he used an acrylic sheet covered in black film in place of the real glass.