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Lamborghini Unveils 60th Anniversary Huracan

Lamborghini has unveiled three Huracan 60th Anniversary Edition cars at the Milan Design Week. The involvement of the manufacturer at the event also includes an exhibition concentrating on its Centro Stile design center, the Ad Personam department, and the European public debut of the new hybrid Revuelto supercar.

The three Lamborghini Huracan 60th Anniversary variations are based on the STO, Tecnica, and Evo Spyder and will be limited to 60 units each. Each has a distinct livery complete with 60th Anniversary graphics and '1-of-60' carbon fiber plates inside the cabin.

The Huracan Tecnica is the first of the Huracan series of unique cars. It will be available in two versions; the first will be on exhibit in Milan and will have Bianco Asopo (white) paint with Verde Viper (green) highlights. Customers seeking a unique look can select Grigio Telesto (grey) with Nero Noctis (black) and Rosso Mars (red) elements. Regardless of the option, the Huracan Tecnica 60th Anniversary comes standard with 20-inch black wheels.

The Huracan STO also comes in a special edition. The automobile on show at the event includes Blu Aegeus bodywork and exposed carbon fiber elements with a Blu Mira finish. This configuration's interior includes Nero Cosmum black Alcantara, Grigio Octans (gray) components, and Blu Amon contrasting embroidery. The second possible livery blends Grigio Telesto (gray) and Nero Noctis (black) and different carbon fiber elements. Meanwhile, the cabin has Nero Cosmum and Grigio Octans Alcantara with red Rosso Alala stitching and leather embellishments. Both models come with 20-inch forged matte black wheels.

Last but not least is the Huracan Evo Spyder limited edition. It, too, is offered in two variations. The first features Verde Viper paint with Bianco Isis pieces, while the inside features Nero Ade with contrasting portions in Rosso Alala and Bianco Leda. The second configuration is painted in Blu Le Mans with Bianco Isis accents, and both colors are carried over into the interior.

"Super sports cars are all about two things: performance and design, and Milan Design Week is an ideal setting for us to showcase the latter," said Stephen Winkelmann, CEO of the Italian company. "The Revuelto is the latest addition to Sant'Agata Bolognese's proud heritage of V12-powered automobiles, many of which have become icons of automotive history." Along with our new V12, the special editions of the Huracán not only commemorate our brand's 60th anniversary and provide our customers with the possibility of purchasing an otherwise sold-out V10-powered Lamborghini."

TopGear Magazine May 2024