Premiering at the Milan Design Week, a trio of Huracán STO, Tecnica and EVO Spyder 60th Anniversary Editions took centre stage.
Lamborghini is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a limited edition run of the Huracán STO, Huracán Tecnica and Huracán EVO Spyder. Only 60 units of each car will be produced, and all were unveiled on April 21 during an exclusive event as part of Milan Design Week.
Each model is available in two different configurations, each redefining Lamborghini’s heritage of creating fresh, trendsetting colours. Dedicated liveries are also included as part of the package.
To highlight the uniqueness of these special series, each car is embellished with a “1 of 60” carbon fibre plate and a “60th” logo painted on the doors and embroidered on the seats.
The Huracán STO (Super Trofeo Omologata) is the big bad wolf of the trio, featuring a monstrous naturally aspirated 640 bhp V10 engine. The 60th Anniversary Edition is offered in two versions, both inspired by the idea of high-performance athletic sportswear or team colours using tone-on-tone hues.
The first features shades of blue, with a Blu Aegeus coat of paint embellished with elements in Blu Astraeus. These can be combined with exposed carbon fibre elements with a Blu Mira finish. The interior features a combination of Alcantara in Nero Cosmus (black) and Grigio Octans (grey), with contrasting embroidery in Blu Amon (blue).
The second version is a much sinister Grigio Telesto (grey) coat, with Nero Noctis (black) details combined with exposed carbon fibre. The interior is equally grim, with Nero Cosmus and Grigio Octans Alcantara features juxtaposing against Rosso Alala (red) leather.
Both versions have the 60th anniversary logo embroidered on the seats and are equipped with 20-inch forged aluminium Hek rims with a matte black finish.
The Huracán Tecnica is the most versatile variant of the three, relegated as the “standard” model in the range. These are configured based on motorsport inspiration and incorporating the colours of the Italian Tricolore flag.
One features a similar dark Grigio Telesto (grey) paintjob, with Nero Noctis (black) and Rosso Mars (red) details. This contrast echoes in the interior too. The second version, however, is a complete polar opposite, with Bianco Asopo (white) bodywork enhanced by lines in Verde Viper (green), a colour repeated in the Nero Ade Alcantara interiors. Both special versions are equipped with 20-inch Damiso black rims.
For those who like the roof down, the EVO Spyder is the one to pick up. A beautiful blue colour in Blu Le Mans with contrasting Bianco Isi (white) details gives it a sleek nautical theme. These tones are repeated on the inside, embellished with embroidery in Blu Amon (blue) and piping in Bianco Leda (white).
The alternative version features bodywork in Verde Viper combined with Bianco Isi, with the interior upholstered with Nero Ade Alcantara combined with Rosso Alala and Bianco Leda. Both special versions are equipped with the same 20” Damiso shiny black rims as the Tecnica.
The cars were unveiled on Friday, April 21 at the Segheria in Milan, an exhibition space that will also host the first Revuelto appearance outside Sant’Agata Bolognese.
The event is part of Lamborghini’s international 60th anniversary celebrations, which began in January with the inauguration of the renovated Lamborghini Museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese through the exhibition “The Future Began In 1963”.