We know the Italian supercar producer has a knack for fighting bulls, but we had no idea aftermarket specialist Vilner likes insects – until now that is.
This is apparently why they opted for a Verde Mantis finish for this emerald-colored supercar – and of course the automotive cabin specialists have also reworked the interior. Apparently the company says “when it comes to the standard interior it seems like the Italians had run out of imagination.” They are fixing this with their latest project – the “Lamborghini Huracán ‘Verde Mantis’ like it should be.” The car is matching the company’s bright green color exterior to the interior – making use of special internally seamed padding to bring organic forms inside the cabin, including on the center console, while the green pattern is also used for the center of the seats, door panels, and as an accent for the trimming. Verde Mantis is also present on the seatbelts and the floor mat pipping – but there are also carbon fiber inserts for decorative contrast.
Vilner might find a good source of clients from bringing to life more projects based on the Huracan, as the maker has recently hit a milestone of 8,000 examples. In addition, even more versions are apparently planned – including one that could bring the Performante to Spyder credentials. Of course, tuners are also going to be happy to satisfy clients wanting an upgraded crossover, because Lambo is preparing the production of the production series Urus – and its 650-horsepower (484-kilowatt) biturbo V8 is surely going to attract attention.