Lamborghini ups the style statement of the Huracan Evo with the Fluo Capsule.
Lamborghini has had a very successful year in 2021, not just globally but also in India. To keep the ball rolling, the very first launch of the brand in 2022 has already arrived – the Huracan Evo Fluo Capsule. This variant differs from the standard Huracan Evo only cosmetically, but it does sport some rather cool changes.
For starters, all the exterior colours offered on the Fluo Capsule are matte-finished. There are five exclusive paint finishes to choose from – Verde Shock (green), Arancio Livrea (orange), Celeste Fedra (blue), Arancio Dac (reddish-orange), and Giallo Clarus (yellow).
These bright shades are contrasted by a blacked-out front bumper, a blacked-out roof, mirrors, and a diffuser. The bright exterior shade incorporates subtle detailing, which sets the Fluo Capsule apart.
The 20-inch rims are also blacked-out as standard on the Fluo Capsule, further adding to the contrast. Customers also have an option to match the colour of the brake callipers with the exterior colour.
Inside, the Huracan Evo Fluo Capsule has a largely black interior, but highlights like the start/stop button cover and stitching and detailing on the seats carry over the exterior colour inside.
In terms of the powertrain, the Huracan Evo Fluo Capsule is powered by the same 5.2-litre naturally-aspirated V10 as the standard Huracan Evo. The power output stands at 630bhp, and the torque output is 600Nm, sent to all four wheels via a 7-speed transmission.
The Huracan Evo Fluo Capsule can go to 100km/h from a standstill in just 2.9 seconds and reach a top speed of over 325km/h.
Lamborghini has not revealed the prices for the Fluo Capsule, but you can expect it to cost around 10% more than the standard Huracan Evo, which starts at ₹3.7 crores. The very first Fluo Capsule, finished in Arancio Livrea, for the Indian market has already reached its home in Chennai!
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