The interactive site guides users through the steps of customizing their own Huracán with exterior and interior color choices, interior material choices, wheel design and even brake caliper color. The Huracán lives up to the hype about its refinement over the Gallardo it replaces by offering several swanky color combinations both inside and out. Dark browns, deep reds, and cream-colored leathers with dark Alcantara inserts are all part of color palette with no fewer than 28 options.
Exterior colors are no less plentiful with 18 shades to choose from. Rest assured, the loud colors infamous on Lambos are still available such as lime green, retina-burning yellow, and fire truck red – though the color names are distinctly more Italian on the website.
Two unique 20-inch wheels can be had and the massive brake calipers have five color options. Two different engine covers are available: the all-glass option perfect for showing off that beautiful 5.2-liter V-10, or the more traditional black louvered cover.
The Huracán is set to officially debut at the Geneva Motor Show going on March 4th and 5th. Production won’t start until this spring, but Lamborghini says it’s already booked over 700 orders for the all-new supercar. The Huracán’s price is expected to increase over the Gallardo. Estimates average around $275,000 for the starting price. Sales will begin during the summer with the official pricing announced closer to time. Lamborghini will assuredly announce more information about the car during the Geneva festivities, so stay tuned for the additional details.
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