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Lamborghini Celebrates Its 60th Anniversary with Three Huracán Models

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In the world of legendary car brands, 60 years is relatively young. When discussing the Italian names alone, you have Alfa Romeo which got its start in 1910, Maserati just a few years later, and even Ferrari which launched over 80 years ago. By those terms, Lamborghini was somewhat late to the game when it debuted in 1963, but has nevertheless become a symbol of the luxury sports car class ever since. After recently announcing the new Revuelto coupe and bidding farewell to the iconic V12 engine on which the company was founded, the Italian marque has now unveiled a trio of Huracáns to celebrate its 60 years of performance. 

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Premiering last week at Milan Design Week were the Huracán STO, Huracán Tecnica, and Huracán EVO Spyder, which come with special 60th-anniversary badging such as the “1 of 60” carbon fiber plate and “60th” painted on the doors and embroidered into the seats. Powered by a naturally-aspirated V10 engine with 640hp, each of the three trims is limited to 60 examples and offered in two different color configurations. Inspired by team colors on high-performance athletic sportswear, the STO comes in either blue-on-blue or black-on-gray, each with exposed carbon fiber elements on the exterior and 20-inch forged aluminum Hek rims with a matte black finish. The interiors for each version feature matching colorways as well.

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As for the Tecnica, which is meant for both road and track, the 60 units are inspired by the Italian Tricolore flag and are available with exteriors in either gray with black and red details or white with green details. The interiors for each match the liveries and come equipped with 20-inch Damiso rims in shiny black. Lastly, the EVO Spyder variant is more lifestyle-oriented with open-air architecture and more sophisticated liveries in either blue with white details or green with white accents — each with its interior matching in color and featuring the shiny black Damiso rims as well.

No firm release date or pricing has been revealed as of yet, while the Huracán 60th Anniversary models are being displayed. Head over to Lamborghini’s website to learn more.