A one-off Lamborghini Huracan RWD LP580-2 was donated to Pope Francis to pay homage to Vatican City – home to the pope and headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church.

The Huracan was conceptualised by Ad Personam – Lamborghini’s customisation department. To pay tribute to the Vatican City flag, the Huracan is painted in Bianco Monocerus (White) with Giallo Tiberino (Yellow stripes) accents around the silhouette of the car.

Before you get all green-eyed, the Pope will not be rolling around in a 5.2-litre naturally-aspirated V10 rear-wheel drive supercar, instead the “symbolic” Huracan will be auctioned off on 12th May 2018 and all proceeds will be donated to charity.

The Pope has decided that the proceeds will go to –  the reconstruction of Nineveh Plain; Pope John XXIII Community, an NGO dedicated to helping trafficked women and two Italian associations in supporting women and children in need aid initiatives in Africa. For the record, the retail price of a Huracan LP580-2 Coupe in Europe starts from €150,000 (RM738k) before options.


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