In celebration of its ten-year anniversary, Lamborghini Mexico unveils four special edition Huracán EVOs, designed by the brand’s distributor in Mexico, Grand Chelem, and Ad Personam, Lamborghini’s exclusive customization program. 

The commemorative models represent four key themes in Mexican culture: Vita (Life), Morte (Death), Sogno (Dream) and Tempo (Time). They were configured using a vast array of colors and finishes, and a celebratory plaque symbolizing each theme is affixed on the vehicle’s firewall.

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

The special edition models of the Huracán EVO will soon be displayed around the most admired monuments of Mexico City, where the first Lamborghini showroom in the country opened in 2010.

Special Edition Models

Edición Vita – The series’ flagship model, symbolized with the emblem of an eagle, celebrates freedom and the successes in life, perpetuated in a motif that exalts the national values of Mexico and Italy. It is colored in a special shade of Verde Hydra (green) and Oro (gold) accents representing life and nature.

Edición Morte – Symbolized by the emblem of a skull, the Lamborghini Huracán EVO Morte Edition celebrates the experiences that prepare us for the journey between life and death. Both the interior and exterior of the car are dominated by the color combination of Blu Astraeus (blue) and metallic bronze.

Edición Sogno – Commemorated with a plaque of a two-headed dragon, the Lamborghini Huracán Sogno Edition celebrates dreams with a mixture of fantasy and reality that give color and meaning to life. The Blu Symi (blue) color and Oro (gold) highlights resemble the mythical creatures seen in Mexican folk art.

Edición Tempo – The Lamborghini Huracán EVO Tempo Edition celebrates the decade-long partnership between Lamborghini and Mexico. A plaque of a snake represents the reinvention of the self by the shedding of skin. A matte Nero Nemesis (black) exterior is accentuated with Bronce Metálico (bronze) underlines, while the interior features predominantly dark hues with bronze accents around the seats, trim and stitching.