What Is the Most Popular Color with Lamborghini Huracan Customers?

Lamborghini Huracan in Verde Mantis 3 photos
Photo: Lamborghini Las Vegas on Facebook
Lamborghini Huracan in Verde MantisLamborghini Huracan in Verde Mantis
Supercars have always been about colors and if there’s one company that stands above all other major supercar producers when it comes to hues, that is Lamborghini. People over in Sant’Agata Bolognese must work with a glass blower or something when it comes to the bright shades they used, while their designations seem to come from a man that’s as old as the Latin language.
As for the Raging Bull’s latest creation, the Huracan, you might be wondering what the most popular color for the V10 machine is. As Stephan Winkelmann has better things to do than sit around, count and send us a tip, for now we’ll stick to the dealer-level information.

To be more precise, Lamborghini Las Vegas recently let it slip that its customers have preferred Verde Mantis so far - we must thank  Huracantalk forum for the tip. Apparently Sin City buyers also have a top choice when it comes to the cabin attached to the V10 of the thing, namely the Alcantara Sportivo Bi-colore interior with matching floor mats. Actually, you can see both in the picture above.

Both are optional, with the four-layer Verde Mantis setting you back $2,800, while that two-tone, color-coded interior costs $2,190. Don’t forget the taxes though.

We have to admit that the Verde Mantis bit of the news doesn’t necessarily come as a surprise. After all, this is some sort of a Verde Itacha with an even wilder, brighter twist and, given the popularity of the first, the new choice could be expected.

By the way, those who paid attention to the Gallardo’s successor, may have noticed Lamborghini highlighted extrovert Verde Mantis ever since the Huracan was launched.
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