Lamborghini Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule launched in India

The Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule is dressed in Bologna's finest matte shades
India's first Lamborghini Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule wears a gorgeous Arancio Livrea shade
India's first Lamborghini Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule wears a gorgeous Arancio Livrea shade Avdhoot A Kolhe

What comes to your mind when you think of a Lamborghini? An Orange Miura? A yellow Diablo? A red Aventador perhaps? We bet you didn't think of any of those in a plain-jane colour. Ever since its inception, Lamborghini has been dressing up its cars in manic vibrant shades to complement their crazy styling and the Huracan is no different. The Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule is the newest edition of Lamborghini's baby supercar and it's available in a collection of some really eye-popping matte colour finishes.

Now, the Huracan EVO gets some really interesting colour options that Lamborghini offers to begin with. But if you belong to the kind to whom even the standard shades on a Huracan don't suffice. The Fluo Capsule might excite you. Especially if you are a big fan of matte finishing.

The Fluo Capsule gets a matte colour that's complemented by a black shade highlighting the front splitter, side skirts and the rear diffuser. The five primary shades on offer are: Verde Shock, Celeste Fedra, Giallo Clarus, Arancio Livres and this Arancio Dac that we have here. Now if your Italian is as bad as mine that translates to Green, Blue, Yellow and a couple of different Orange colours. The interior of the Huracan Fluo Capsule also remains the same, the layout hasn't changed and a 8.4-inch portrait style display takes centre stage. But you'll find little details colour-matched to the exterior colour, these include the stop-start button and the embroidered Lamborghini shield on the headrest.

Under the skin, the Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule remains totally unchanged too. Powering it is a 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine that's mated to a dual-clutch transmission. As a result its performance is every bit as vivid as its colour scheme. With 631bhp on tap the Huracan Fluo Capsule will hit 100kmph from a stand still in just 2.9 seconds, thanks to an all-wheel-drive system. Its top whack? 325kmph! The Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule also gets all-wheel-steering which makes it just as sharp a handler as it looks. Now we don't know the price of the Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule, but it should demand a 10 per cent premium

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