Lamborghini Murcielago SV with BMW wheels will give you a headache
It's likely only temporary, but what a strange sight to see.
The Murcielago SV is often regarded as one of the best Lamborghinis of all time, with a visceral exhaust note and a manual gearbox available - a combo rarely seen in modern supercars.
These are also incredibly rare cars with only 186 ever to have made it past factory doors between 2009 and 2010. The SV boasted a more powerful iteration of the standard 6.5 litre V12, pumping out a brutal 661 horsepower (486kW) and 487lb-ft of torque (660Nm) and screaming up to a redline of 8500rpm.
The Murcielago SV gained a variety of visual enhancements atop standard models including a more aggressive front splitter, large rear mounted spoiler and striking black multi-spoke lightweight wheels - something that's been replaced (hopefully temporarily) with a style that isn't quite as appealing.
Credit: Reddit - u/Z3RTU
Captured by Reddit user u/Z3RTU, this Murcielago SV was spotted at a tire shop in Malaysia assumingly getting its tires changed. Whatever the case, it was spotted riding on Style 244 wheels from an E60 BMW 5 Series.
I'd assume this was done intentionally to save hoist space, but it certainly makes for a strange sight.