2021 Lamborghini Huracan Colors

For more than 50 years, Lamborghini has built a reputation around designing and manufacturing the most outrageously-looking and stupidly-fast supercars. 

This is easily seen in their flagship model – the V12-powered Aventador and especially in the track-focused SVJ variant. It’s one of the fastest road-legal cars ever created and it looks absolutely preposterous with its gazillion dive planes, giant scoops and a wing big enough to fly with if you flipped it the other way around. 

But that’s Lamborghini for you. Just look at what they are brewing with the 2021 Sian – the thing doesn’t even look real. If you want the craziest road legal transportation, you get a Lambo. 

And while the Huracan and Urus certainly pull their own weight in the performance department, their styling has been purposely toned down to make them more approachable and usable on a daily basis. 

But not anymore! The supercar market is evolving day by day and there are some truly unbelievable vehicles scheduled for release in 2021. 

So, Lamborghini has stepped up to the game and released new styling packages for the Urus and Huracan. In July this year, the company announced a new two-tone appearance package for the Urus, then another one in September. 

Just a couple of weeks ago, Lamborghini also unveiled the Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule, offering a new fresh perspective on the most sought-after V10 supercar.

2021 Huracan EVO Fluo Capsule Package

The Huracan Fluo Capsule comes in a two-tone combination, featuring new vibrant colors, offset by matte black elements all around the vehicle as well as a black interior.

You can choose from five new metallic colors:

  • Arancio Livrea – orange metallic
  • Arancio Dac – orange (reddish) metallic
  • Giallo Clarus – yellow metallic
  • Verde Shock – green metallic
  • Celeste Fedra – sky blue metallic

The grille, splitter, rear diffuser, rocker panels, intake surrounds, mirrors and roof are all finished in matte black. This creates a wonderful contrast and emphasizes on some shapes we’re not used to seeing before. 

Looking at the front quarter view, you can see wide gaping mouth, devouring huge amounts of air for the cooling system. From the side, the Huracan appears to have almost an hourglass, or a Venturi tube shape, as the brightly-colored body pinches in the middle. 

The Huracan’s silhouette is outlined by two body-colored lines traveling across the top and bottom, making it that much more interesting to look at. A fine line runs across the front splitter, on the bottom of the rockers and down the fins of the rear diffuser. The A-pillar continues over the roof, merges into the rear quarter panel and travels all the way to the rear end of the vehicle into a single continuous curve.

It’s the exact same body, exact same parts all around the Huracan. These shapes were always there, however, the well-placed color changes make the Huracan more dynamic, more muscular and ferocious in the most elegant way possible.

You can choose between four different 20-inch wheel models. We recommend going for the Narvi Forged twin-5-spoke or Loge Forged 5-spoke wheels, which look sick and come in black, matching perfectly to the blacked out trim on the Fluo Capsule package. Amazingly, there are 8 different brake caliper color options: silver, black, yellow, orange, red, blue, and two shades of green!

Finally, you can have your engine on display at all times with a transparent bonnet. Yeah, that V10 deserves to be seen and heard.

Moving on to the interior, Huracan Fluo Capsule comes with three color and trim options – all finished in Nero Ade black with black stitching. 

You’ve got the standard comfort seats upholstered in Unicolor Leather or the Sportivo Unicolor Leather, which adds additional leather details like piping and inserts around the cabin, with the headliner and central door inserts finished in Alcantara.

Optional is the Sportivo Unicolor Alcantara, which adds Alcantara to pretty much everything in the cabin:

  • Main seat portion
  • Headliner
  • Door armrest and central door panel
  • Central tunnel armrest
  • Lower central console and dashboard
  • Knee pads

Most importantly, there are sport seats available if you plan to do some seriously fast driving in your Huracan. However, you will need to make a compromise, with either comfort or performance, as the sports seats don’t come with electronic control or heating – just manual knobs to adjust your seating position.

You can add the traditional Lamborghini Q-citura stitching on the door panel and the rear wall of the cabin. There’s only one steering wheel option, but you can finish yours in smooth leather, Suede, or Alcantara.

Interestingly, there are 9 different colors for the seat belts – certainly more than we imagined.

Instead of carbon fiber, Lamborghini offers to replace some interior trim pieces in Forged Composites. This is a trademarked composite material, similar to carbon fiber, but claimed to be “the lightest, strongest and most innovative composite material ever used by Lamborghini”. 

Forged Composites trim pieces are available for the door handles, air vents, gearbox paddles, central consolle side and lower parts, central consolle display and switch covers, door sill guards.

This pretty much wraps up the interior equipment of the Fluo Capsule package. If you want more customization for your Huracan, like two-tone interior, steering wheel and trim options, those are available on the standard model at an extra charge.

Overall, the Huracan Fluo Capsule is phenomenal – easily the most beautiful Huracan available from the factory. It’s amazing how a well thought out paint job can transform a vehicle into an entirely different car. 

Well done Lamborghini!

The only drawback seems to be the Fluo Capsule and the 5 new colors it comes with are only available on the Huracan EVO AWD Coupe. Other models may also get it later in time, but for now you’ll have to do with the standard customization options on the Huracan EVO RWD and Spyder models. 

That said, you probably won’t find it too difficult to pick a color you like. The Huracan palette offers 6 solid, 8 metallic, 6 special metallic, 14 pearlescent and 13 matte colors for a total of 47 color options to choose from. Here’s the list: 

2021 Lamborghini Huracan Colors

Solid colors

Nero Noctis – black

Grigio Hati – grey

Bianco Monocerus – white

Verde Scandal – lime green

Blu Glauco – cyan

Blu Le Mans – blue

Metallic colors

Nero Helene – black

Bianco Icarus – white

Grigio Lynx – dark grey

Grigio Nimbus – light grey

Blu Eleos – blue

Blu Astraeus – dark blue

Rosso Mars – red

Rosso Anteros – red

Special metallic colors

Nero Granatus – black

Rosso Bia – red

Rosso Bia  – wine red

Blu Nethuns – blue

Blu Sideris – dark blue

Viola Aletheia – violet

Pearlescent colors

Balloon White – white

Grigio Telesto – grey

Giallo Tenerife – yellow

Giallo Inti – yellow

Arancio Borealis – orange

Arancio Argos – orange

Arancio Xanto – orange

Verde Selvans – green

Verde Mantis – green

Verde Ithaca – green

Blu Cepheus – blue

Blu Aegir – blue

Viola 30° – violet

Viola Pasifae – purple

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Nero Nemesis – black

Marrone Apus – dark grey

Grigio Titans – medium grey

Grigio Adamas – light grey

Grigio Artis – light grey

Bianco Phanes – off white

Bianco Canopus – white

Giallo Horus – yellow

Arancio Anthaeus – orange

Rosso Mimir – red

Viola Mel – purple

Blu Aegeus – blue

Blu Mehit – dark blue

All wheel and brake caliper options remain available and there’s an even broader variety of interior customization on the standard models compared to the Fluo Capsule. 

Fortunately, if neither of these match your exact vision for your new Huracan, you can make use of the Ad Personam Program, which allows you to design a custom appearance for your supercar with the help of Lamborghini design personnel.

2021 Lamborghini Huracan in a nutshell

The Lamborghini Huracan EVO has got to be one of our favorite supercars in the market today. 

For starters, it’s a Lamborghini and fully represents the company’s values – wild aesthetics and even wilder driving dynamics. 

The V10 is a dying breed. The BMW M5 lost it’s F1-derived V10 engine a decade ago – around the same time the Lexus LFA went out of production. Either way, the LFA and Porsche Carrera GT are practically museum pieces, rarely taken out to flex their muscles. There are a few Vipers and SRT-10 trucks running around, but the vast majority are not regularly driven. 

Apart from the Huracan and sister R8, there’s only one other V10-powered vehicle currently in production – a Ford van. 

Depending on where you live, you see Huracans, R8s and older Gallardos almost on a daily basis. Despite it’s mid-engine configuration and limited cargo and passenger space, the Huracan is quite usable – even as a daily driver. 

A lot of it boils down to sharing many components and parts with the Audi R8 – including the engine and chassis. If there’s anything Audi’s good at, it’s using technology to make very comfortable and very easy to drive fast cars, which sort themselves out. 

This really shows in the Huracan, which goes fast everywhere all the time, and despite the extreme design, doesn’t try to kill you on every corner.

The Huracan EVO has 631 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque coming from a sweet-revving, naturally-aspirated, 5.2-liter V10 engine. A dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox and an electronically controlled all-wheel-drive system help the Huracan launch itself to 60 mph in 2.9-seconds. The car sprints the quarter mile as quickly as 10.6 seconds and tops out at 202 mph.

You can make a mistake not even realise the AWD system is automatically adjusting all corners to keep you on the road. In fact, it has drawn the attention of some purists who argue that a supercar, and especially a Lamborghini, shouldn’t be so easy to drive. 

Want a more involved driving experience? Something that puts your skills to the test, punishing you for every mistake, but also rewarding every successful maneuver? 

The new-for-2020 Huracan EVO RWD channels 602 horsepower straight to the rear axle. You sacrifice just 0.4 seconds on the launch, but lose 100lbs worth of drivetrain components and get a redesigned, more efficient aerodynamic package that allows you go just as fast overall. 

Most importantly, though, you get tire-shredding capabilities AWD Huracans just can’t match. The EVO RWD will readily fling out its tail, offering you some of the most surreal drifting experience if you have the skills to take it there.

Want a convertible? There’s a Spyder version on both the AWD and RWD Huracan models. 

With prices starting at $206,485 for the Huracan EVO RWD, $261,274 for the Huracan EVO AWD, and some $20,000 – $30,000 surcharge for a Spyder model, there’s a Huracan for everybody in the market for a supercar.

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