This unique supercar was created by the Ad Personam department specializing in personalizing Lamborghini cars and required more than 370 hours to complete the exterior paint.
Even though the Huracan is currently sold out and production of the last examples is set for around the end of 2023, that hasn’t stopped Lamborghini from creating another special product based on the Sterrato. It is the “Opera Unica” with a hand-painted exterior combining 3 different shades of blue, launched at the VIP party celebrating Lamborghini’s 60th anniversary.
Lamborghini’s Ad Personam personalization department gave the car a special paint color, inspired by the “brilliant blue of the sea and sky of Sardinia”, the second largest island in the Mediterranean. The 3 layers of paint are mixed together in a completely manual process lasting more than 370 hours to simulate as accurately as possible the “crystal effect of frozen liquid”.
First, the body of the car is painted with a solid Blu Amnis paint that acts as a foundation to bond the other two colors. Next, the craftsmen at Ad Personam painted it Blu Grifo with some hand engraving to create a highlight. Finally, the Blu Fedra paint layer fills in the missing parts and blends with the previous two colors to complete the extremely impressive appearance of the V10 off-road supercar.
In addition, the bodykit of this Huracan Sterrato is painted matte black on the wide fenders, hood, side sills, front LED light housing, bumper and 19-inch Morus wheels. The blue tone continues inside the interior, where the leather and Alcantara are dyed a darker Blu Delphinus color, and the details on the Celeste Phoebe leather are brighter. There’s also plenty of exposed carbon fiber, crystal-effect details and a plaque that spells out the car’s specialness.
The engine part of the Huracan Sterrato Opera Unica remains unchanged compared to the original car. This supercar model is powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2L V10 engine with a capacity of 610 horsepower and maximum torque of 565 Nm, 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, 4-wheel drive system. Because it is optimized for the ability to travel on difficult terrain, the Huracan Sterrato needs 3.4 seconds to accelerate from 0 – 100km/h and the vehicle’s electronically limited maximum speed is only 260km/h.
The 60th anniversary dinner party for Lamborghini’s VIP customers was held in a luxurious and classy space at the Cala di Volpe hotel. The 120 guests were treated to Matsuhisa Nobu cuisine and a dance performance before the Opera Unica car launched. Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman and CEO of Lamborghini, was also present, describing the one-of-a-kind car as an “artistic masterpiece.”
The Huracan Sterrato itself is inherently a special model in the Lamborghini product portfolio with off-road capabilities and a production number of only 1,499 units. However, the Opera Unica version is even more special because there is only one model produced. Lamborghini did not clarify whether the Huracan Sterrato Opera Unica was reserved for a special customer but said the supercar will be displayed at the Lamborghini Lounge in Porto Cervo.
The on-site Ad Personam personalization area will remain open until September 10 to serve Lamborghini owners, while also offering test drives of models such as the Huracan Tecnica and Urus on the roads of Costa Smeralda.