There seems to be no stopping the Lamborghini Special Edition locomotive. A month ago, there was the Aventador Ultimae to celebrate the brand’s V12 engine. Late last week was the reveal of the Aventador Roadster Korean Special Series and many more models featuring the Aventador.
Just early this week, the brand announced the return of the Countach that can only be purchased by 112 customers. Joining the smaller Lamborghini Huracan STO in a limited-edition series are four Huracan EVO Special Edition called Edicion Vita, Edicion Morte, Edicion Sogno and Edicion Tempo.
In celebration of Lamborghini’s 10-year anniversary in Mexico, the brand has revealed four special edition Huracan EVO models. The commemorative models represent four key themes in Mexican culture, with Vita meaning life, Morte for death, Sogno for dream, and Tempo signifying time.
“Mexico has become an influential force for a growing automotive community in Latin America and we’re proud to celebrate this partnership with Grand Chelem (the distributor),” said Automobili Lamborghini, Chief Marketing and Sales Officer, Federico Foschini.
He added that the four special edition models were designed with the brand’s Ad Personam program, presenting the endless possibilities available to clients when configuring their own Lamborghini car.
Apart from distinctive exterior colours, bright paintwork on the 20-inch forged Narvi rims and coordinated interior scheme, all models are fitted with a hexagonal emblem portraying their respective cultural symbols.
The special edition series flagship model is the Edicion Vita, painted with a special shade of Verde Ermes (green) and highlighted by Oro Elios (gold) accents representing life and nature. An emblem of an eagle is used to celebrate freedom and successes in life and perpetuated in a motif that exalts the national values of Mexico and Italy.
For the Death Edition or Edicion Morte, black (or white) is surprisingly not used. Instead, a Blu Astraeus (blue) colour is paired with Bronzo Serse accents. A similar configuration is extended inside the car.
The emblem of a skull is used for the Edicion Morte, where Mexican culture celebrates experiences that prepare them for the journey between life and death.
The most distinctive of the four special edition Huracan EVO models is the Edicion Sogno or Dream Edition. A bright light blue paint called Blu Symi resemble the mythical-like creatures seen in Mexican folk art. A white interior is contrasted with black tones and gold stitching on the seats.
The Lamborghini Huracan Edicion Sogno is commemorated with a plaque of a two-headed dragon, celebrating dreams with a mixture of fantasy and reality that give colour and meaning to life.
Finally, it’s the Huracan EVO in simple matte black (Nero Nemesis) with bronze highlights. The Huracan EVO Time Edition represents the decade-long partnership between Lamborghini and Mexico.
Lamborghini creatively used a snake as a symbol for Time, as it represents the reinvention of oneself by the shedding of skin.
The four special edition Huracan EVO models will be put on display throughout the city’s most admired landmarks to further celebrate Lamborghini Mexico’s 10th anniversary.
To recap, the Lamborghini Huracan EVO is powered by a 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine with outputs of 640 hp and 600 Nm of torque. The super sportscar feature Lamborghini’s new rear-wheel steering, torque vectoring, 7-speed DCT and all-wheel drive systems – which are all integral to the new Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI).
It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.9 seconds while 0-200 km/h stops the stopwatch at 9 seconds flat. The top speed is listed as over 325 km/h.
2021 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Edicion Vita
2021 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Edicion Morte