Lamborghini celebrates 60th anniversary with a unique car that took 370 hours to paint
As an off-road version of the mid-engined supersport, the Huracán Sterrato is a special car in its own right. However, to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the brand with the bull in the emblem, it has been created in a unique design.
Developed by the Ad Personam custom department, the unique supercar has a special finish that is reminiscent of the Sardinian sea and sky. It boasts a hand-painted, tri-coloured paintwork designed to mimic the crystalline effect of frozen liquid.
It involves several layers. The first coat was the shade Blu Amnis before, then the varnish Blu Grifo, followed by Blu Fedra during a laborious hand process that took over 370 hours to complete.
The intricate paintwork is complemented by a matte black roof and sills, while the splitters and bulging wheel arches have the same look. The 19-inch wheels are also matte black. As for the interior, the Sant’Agata Bolognese brand’s designers decided to enhance it with exposed carbon surfaces and leather in a special Blu Delphinus blue shade. It’s on the seats, dashboard and doors, while the dashboard and steering wheel combine this leather with specially coloured Alcantara.
The Huracán Sterrato Opera Unica, as the full name of this special is, is part of the production run of 1,499 units of the off-road supercar, as indicated by a special plaque mounted inside.
Lamborghini has already sold the remaining production run of the huracán in all versions. The last atmospheric V10 machine will be assembled in the second half of 2024, when the final Urus SUV powered by a separate internal combustion engine will also be produced. Plug-in hybrid replacements for both models will be introduced by the end of next year.
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