One-Off Lamborghini Huracan Evo Is A Work Of Art On Wheels

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The surreal design was finger-painted by Italian artist Paolo Troilo.

You never forget the first time you experience the intoxicating thrill of driving a supercar at scary speeds. Italian artist Paolo Troilo recently had the pleasure of driving a Lamborghini Huracan Evo. His experience was so enthralling and emotional, it inspired him to design a special one-off Lamborghini art car based on the Huracan Evo. Troilo's work centers on the male body and this theme is explored in his painted Huracan Evo called Minotaur named after the emotions he experienced when driving the Lamborghini.

As a homage to the Huracan Evo, the artwork depicts a fusion between man, Lamborghini's iconic Raging Bull logo, and "the concept of myth." This is expressed with a supernatural-looking male figure painted on the side of the car, while the forearms and clenched fists on the hood are reminiscent of a bull's horns. Like Troilo's other works, the surreal design was finger-painted on the bodywork.

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"Time. I am enamored with the idea of slowness, and I have always championed it as a key to pleasure, culture, beauty and success. But there are some encounters that change you," Troilo explained.

"Seeing the Lamborghini Huracan Evo and trying it out suggested to me that there are also things capable of releasing the same energy with acceleration, with speed, with momentum. I heard the sound of the wind picking up as the space narrowed and time distorted: I felt a flowing wind and used it to paint on the muse itself, the inspiration of these emotions: the Huracan, my Minotauro."

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"It was inspiring to meet Paolo Troilo and his artistic expressiveness. In our company we are accustomed to art and the way it has always influenced our cars," said Christian Mastro, marketing director at Lamborghini. "However, when our product and the emotions it brings come together with the sensibilities of an artist like Troilo, something different and exceptionally unique like 'Minotauro' is created, and we are very proud of this."

Troilo's Huracan Evo art car will be displayed at Palazzo Serbelloni at Corso Venezia in Milan as part of the "Troilo-Milan One Way" exhibition from 4-13 November along with some of the artist's other works.

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