Lamborghini Mexico releases 4 special-edition Huracán Evos


In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Lamborghini Mexico debuted four special edition Huracán Evo cars.

The cars were designed by the brand’s distributor in Mexico, Grand Chelem, and Ad Personam, Lamborghini’s exclusive customization program, at the studio in Sant’Agata Bolognese.

The commemorative models represent four key themes in Mexican culture: Vita (Life), Morte (Death), Sogno (Dream) and Tempo (Time).

Each of the V10 super sports cars were configured using a vast array of color and finishes, and fastened with a celebratory plaque symbolizing each theme on each vehicle’s firewall, Lamborghini said. 


The Huracán Evo Vita Edition  is colored in a special shade of Verde Ermes (green) and Oro Elios (gold) accents representing life and nature. The exterior design is contrasted with fine Oro Elios (gold) details inside, symbolized by the sun to enhance the trims and stitching.

The Vita Edition, symbolized with an emblem of an eagle, celebrates freedom and the successes in life, and perpetuated in a motif that exalts the national values of Mexico and Italy, Lamborghini said. 


The Huracán Evo Morte Edition, symbolized by the emblem of a skull, celebrates the experiences that prepare us for the journey between life and death.

A Blu Astraeus (blue) color bathes the vehicle’s exterior, complemented with Bronzo Serse (gold) design accents. A similar configuration is extended inside the car, with seats and trims in Blu Teia Vintage and bronze stitching.

The Sogno Edition incorporates a Blu Symi (light blue) exterior with Oro Elios (gold) highlights. The vibrant colors resemble the mythical creatures seen in Mexican folk art.

Inside, the white accents are contrasted with the predominantly black tones of the center console and the gold stitching on the seats.


The Huracán Sogno Edition, commemorated with a plaque of a two-headed dragon, celebrates dreams with a mixture of fantasy and reality.

The Huracán Evo Tempo Edition, the final model in the series, represents the decade-long partnership between Lamborghini and Mexico. It's symbolized with a plaque of a snake, representative of one's change by the shedding of skin.

A Nero Nemesis (black) exterior is accentuated with Bronzo Serse underlines, while the interior sees predominantly dark hues with bronze accents around the seats, trim and stitching.

“The four special edition models designed with the brand’s Ad Personam program present the endless possibilities available to clients when configuring their own Lamborghini vehicle,”Automobili Lamborghini Chief Marketing and Sales Officer Federico Foschini said. 

Photos from Lamborghini

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