Lamborghini Huracan Performante Looks The Part In Matte Black

Few road-legal cars come anywhere close in their designs to fighter jets, but Lamborghini can rightfully lay claim to being one of them.

And with the most extreme member of the Huracan family, the Performante, out for quite some time now it was predictable that someone, somewhere would go for the stealthy look.

It just happens that we came across a video that shows the Italian supercar in such a configuration. Called Nero Nemesis, the matte black paint that covers most of the exterior is part of the Ad Personam program.

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Moreover, besides the superb finish, this Huracan Performante has been equipped with the Style Package which adds glossy details that contrast nicely to the rest of the exterior. And speaking about contrast, the engine sports a bronze look that’s exclusive to the Performante and there are some red accents, visible on the center-locking alloys and brake calipers.

Inside, most of the cockpit has been specced with black Alcantara with contrasting red stitching throughout. Elsewhere, this Performante features the latest in in-car tech, including smartphone integration, so its owner will feel connected wherever they go.

Of course, personalizing an already expensive machine such as the Huracan Performante will bump its price furthermore: this particular car, for example, cost $374,000 CAD, or $287,460 USD at the current exchange rates. And even if you cannot drive it, you can still admire it in the video that follows.

  • Six_Tymes

    would love to see this in person.

  • Astonman

    looked really good. I wonder what it would look like with gold wheels…

  • Six Thousand Times

    This whole matte black thing feels like it’s been done to death.

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