Lamborghini is set to celebrate their 60th anniversary soon and in preparation for the momentous occasion, they announced today that they have made three limited editions of the Huracán STO, Huracán Tecnica and Huracán EVO Spyder.
All will be unveiled on April 21st during an exclusive event as part of Milan Design Week. Each model in the V10 range will be available in two different configurations, each of which redefine Lamborghini’s heritage of creating fresh, trendsetting colors with the addition of dedicated liveries that will enhance the spirit and the unique lines that distinguish each model. They have made 60 units of each model and to highlight this, each car will be embellished with a “1 of 60” carbon fiber plate and the logo “60th” embroidered on the seats and painted on the doors.
The Huracán STO, Super Trofeo Omologata, is the pinnacle of performance amongst the family with it’s naturally aspirated 640 horsepower V10 engine. The two 60th anniversary configurations are quite striking and have been inspired by the idea of high performance athletic sportswear/team colors and uses tone-on-tone hues. The first features shades of blue with the bodywork in Blu Aegeus and embellished with elements in Blu Astraeus that can be combined with exposed carbon fiber elements in a Blu Mira finish. The interior features a gorgeous combination of Alcantara in Nero Cosmus (black) with Gringio Octans (gray) with details in Nero Ade and contrasting embroidery in Blu Amon (blue). The second features bodywork in Grigio Telesto (gray) and Nero Noctis (black) combined with exposed carbon fiber and an interior in Nero Cosmus and Grigio Octans Alcantara with stitching and leather details in Rosso Alala (red) leather. Both versions feature the 60th anniversary logo embroidered on the seat and are equipped with 20″ forged aluminum Hek rims in a matte black finish.
The Huracán Tecnica is considered to be the most versatile of the family as it’s as ease on the road as it is on the track. And because of that, the two 60th anniversary versions have drawn on motorsports for inspiration while also incorporating the colors of the Italian Tricolore flag in a sophisticated way. The first features bodywork in Girgio Telesto (gray) with details in Nero Noctis (black) and Rosso Mars (red). That contrast is echoed in the interior with Nero Ade Alcantara (black) and Rosso Alala (red) details. The second is the polar opposite, but so beautiful. It features Bianco Asopo (white) bodywork enhanced by Verde Viper (green) lines. Verde Viper is repeated on the interior against the Nero Ade Alcantara. Both versions are equipped with 20″ Damiso shiny black rims.
The EVO Spyder is the most lifestyle oriented of the family and beautifully combines best in class performance with a redefined character and open-air architecture. The first of the 60th anniversary versions combined Blu Le Mans bodywork with contrasting Bianco Isi (white) details. This color scheme that continues into the interior with Nero Ade Alcantara embellished with Blu Amon (blue) embroidery and Bianco Leda (white) piping. The second version features Verde Viper bodywork with Bianco Isi details, while the interior is upholstered with Nero Ade Alcantara combined with Rosso Alala and Bianco Ledo. Both versions are equipped with 20″ Damiso shiny black rims.
The unveiling is set for Friday, April 21st at the Segheria in Milan, an exhibition space that will also host the first European appearance outside Sant’Agata Bolognese, of the new Lamborghini Revuelto following its worldwide launch last month.
This event is part of Lamborghini’s slate of international 60th anniversary celebrations that began in January with the inauguration of the renovated Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese through the exhibition “The Future Began in 1963”. This was followed by Lamborghini Day Japan – 60th Anniversary in Suzuka and Lamborghini Day UK – 60th Anniversary, which will be held on April 29th at Silverstone. On the 24th of May, the “60th Anniversary Giro” tour will be held in Italy, ending on May 28th in Piazza Maggiore in Bologna with a Concours d’Elegance open to the public in which more than 150 Lamborghinis are expected to participate.