Lamborghini celebrates 10 years of presence in Mexico with new special editions of the Huracan Evo.
The Lamborghini dealership in Mexico has presented a quartet of special Huracan Evo, designed for the 10th anniversary of the brand’s launch in the local market. Designed by the Grand Chelem brand distributor in collaboration with Ad Personam, the supercars are designed to reflect the main elements of Mexican culture: Vita (life), Morte (death), as well as Sogno (sleep) and Tempo (time).
The Lamborghini Huracan Evo has been announced as the flagship of the special series, painted in a special shade of Verde Ermes green combined with the golden elements of Oro Elios. It symbolizes life (Vita), nature, and also praises freedom and good luck: what the carbon hexagon in the interior of the car with the image of an eagle is talking about.
The Huracan Evo Morte Edition supercar has a skull emblem. The body of such a car has a Blu Astraeus color, as well as complemented by bronze accents of Bronzo Serse and echoes the interior with Blu Teia Vintage upholstery. At the same time, a die with a two-headed dragon is the prerogative of the Huracan Evo Sogno Edition. This coupe is painted in a light blue shade Blu Symi and golden Oro Elios, which are designed to remind of the mythical creatures of Mexican folklore.
Finally, the black version of the Hurac? n EVO Tempo Edition is a symbol of the friendship between Lamborghini and Mexico. His totem is a snake that personifies rethinking itself through skin shedding. Such a car is painted in shades of Nero Nemesis and Bronzo Serse, and the interior is also made in predominantly dark colors. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Lamborghini’s presence in the country, all four cars will be on display near the most popular attractions in Mexico City.