Lamborghini has delivered a new Huracan to Guglielmo Marconi Airport in Bologna. It’s the sixth car the marque has sent to its local airport, for use leading aircraft on the runways.
The ‘Follow Me’ Lamborghini is quite unlike any other Huracan. Designed by Lamborghini Centro Stile, a unique livery covers its Arancio orange body.
The previous ‘Follow Me’ Huracan was a Grigio silver car with yellow livery. The new one features an Italian flag on each side, split into three ‘Y’ shapes, similar those in the Lamborghini Aventador’s rear lights.
Over the top, the Italian tricolore features again, along with a chequerboard design on the front and rear haunches. Up front, the Italian green and red colours can be seen on the front air inlets.
As if a bright orange Lamborghini covered in stripes wasn’t visible enough, there’s also a light bar on the roof. Flashing orange lights make sure pilots never lose sight of the V10 supercar.
Surprisingly, this Huracan isn’t the new Evo model, but a rear-driven LP-580. Slightly different for this specific example are the carbon side skirt inlets and wheels borrowed from the hardcore Performante.