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Lamborghini Huracán EVO by Paolo Troilo

4 November 2021
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Internationally acclaimed Italian artist Paolo Troilo painted the emotions he experienced during a drive in the Lamborghini Huracán EVO directly on the car’s body, creating an extraordinary art piece.

Troilo is known for painting with his fingertips, a signature technique that has made him unique in the art world. For Troilo, expression is a necessity; the same can be said for Lamborghini. The piece, titled Minotauro, is a representation of the dynamic energy, power, and emotions the Huracán EVO was able to transmit to the artist.

“I’m in love with the slow ticking of time, but my experience with Lamborghini Huracán EVO taught me that the same kind of energies can be found within acceleration, speed, and dash,” said the artist.

“When our product and the emotions it evokes meet the sensitivity of an artist of Troilo’s caliber, it brings to life something different and entirely unique,” said Lamborghini Marketing Director, Christian Mastro. “We are incredibly proud of the Minotauro art piece.”

With powerful imagery, the piece brings together “man” (the male figure painted on the car’s body), “bull” (Lamborghini’s emblem), and “myth” (the EVO’s dashing abilities) – Minotaur, Minotauro.

The painted Huracán EVO will feature in an exhibit dedicated to Paolo Troilo and his works at Palazzo Serbelloni in Milan, from November 4th to 13th.

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