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Lamborghini Huracan Evo GT Celebration Pays Tribute To Racing Success

As opposed to Lamborghini back when Ferruccio was leading the company, today’s Raging Bull doesn’t mind showing off on the racing circuit. The Huracan GT3 Evo triumphed at the 24 Hours of Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring for two consecutive years, translating to a special edition of the road-going model.
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Enter the Huracan Evo GT Celebration, a long name for a V10-engined supercar painted in Verde Egreria and Arancio Aten. The two-tone exterior is inspired by the GRT Grassier Racing Team’s livery, and as expected of Lamborghini, the Ad Personam department is responsible for the design. Three other colors can be combined for the livery, bringing the total to nine combinations.

20-inch wheels with single nuts, colored brake calipers, hexagons on the doors and front hood, and the number “11” are other highlights of this limited-edition supercar, along with Alcantara upholstery and exterior-matching stitching on the seats, dashboard, and door panels. On request, customers can be treated to the Squadra Corse shield on the roof, the Italian and U.S. flags, laurel wreaths on the rear fender, Daytona 24 and Sebring 12 badging, and a carbon plaque located on the driver’s side B-pillar which reads “1 di 36” (Italian for 1 of 36).

Joining the Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster at the Monterey Car Week, the Huracan Evo GT Celebration is exclusively available for North America and as a fixed-head coupe. First deliveries are scheduled for early 2020, and even though Lamborghini claims the car is “powered by the same aspirated V10 engine used in the racing car,” we beg to differ.

GT3 regulations are different from what an automaker can do in the real world, but on the upside, the GT Celebration features more suck-squeeze-bang-blow than the race-modified version of the Huracan Evo. Capable of 325 km/h on full song and 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds, the special edition is rated at 640 PS and 600 Nm of torque. That’s 631 horsepower and 443 pound-feet from 5.2 liters of displacement.

 
 
 
 
 

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