Lamborghini Huracán Performante in the flesh

Felonious Crud

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#2
If you were to have said 'I saw an orange Lambo with gold wheels', that would have sounded terrible. But that actually looks like a lovely spec.

I'm still not sure about the carbon they use on this - it looks a bit messy compared to a carbon weave. Mind you I doubt it would put me off if I was in the market for one!
 

Chrisb2015

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It was a stick on label sort of number plate, not legal I am sure but at least it shows an effort.....

The carbon is odd, almost like carbon offcuts stuck together. I always understood carbon to be attractive as a material because of the strength relative to the weight. I wonder if this weighs less than a traditional weave and if we will see it more often?? Personally I like the look of the traditional carbon weave. This stuff isn’t bad but it does look like a composite kitchen worktop if you are in a critical mood.
 

Chrisb2015

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I saw a number of these the other weekend at a super car event and all were matt paint. This looked so much better being traditional gloss paint. It added to the drama and theatre of it all. As a price of automotive art they take some beating.
 

Felonious Crud

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I really like the gold wheels. They look strangely fantastic against that deep glossy orange. Looks like a lovely spec (as long as the inside isn’t too orange as well).
 

azapa

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Blxxdy lovely! Semi-matt orange would be my not-subtle choice. Been put off fezzas recently due mainly to obnoxious MD sales persons. Lambo and Macas looking better everyday.