What colors make up the Fluo Capsule?
If you’re the type who prefers your Lamborghini Huracan Evo to look stealthy in black or classy in white, the Fluo Capsule is probably not for you. But if you’re the type who wants your Huracan Evo to stand out more than it already does, then perhaps one of these new color options is right for you.
There are five exterior and interior color options that are included in the Fluo Capsule. There’s Verde Shock (green), Arancio Livrea (orange), Celeste Fedra (blue), Arancio Dac (a different shade of orange), and Giallo Clarus (yellow).
Fancy names notwithstanding, these color options are a veritable entree of fluorescent shades that will do nothing in making your Huracan Evo look understated. Some available color options like Arancio Livrea are somewhat familiar to us since Lamborghini has used similar shades in the past, most notably on the first-generation Aventador. Others like Celeste Fedra and Giallo Clarus are fresh options.
Beyond the color options that are available in the Fluo Capsule, the Huracan Evo’s exterior will also feature plenty of blacked-out components, none more noticeable than the supercar’s roof. The front splitter, side skirts, mirrors, and rear diffuser are also blacked out.
Are the color options included in the Fluo Capsule limited to just the exterior of the Huracan Evo?
No, they’re not. Whatever color option you choose from the Fluo Capsure will be used in the exterior and the interior. Sure, the application is less prominent in the cabin, but don’t sleep on Lamborghini’s color-matching skills. Even if most of the Huracan Evo’s interior is awash in either Alcantara and leather upholstery, specific sections are dressed in the same color as the exterior. That includes what is a traditionally red stop-start button and the unmistakable Lamborghini badge that’s embroidered on the headrest. Those will wear the same colors as the exterior of the Huracan Evo.
Are there any engine upgrades to Huracan Evos that’s included in the Fluo Capsule package?
No engine upgrades are available and don’t expect there to be. The Fluo Capsule is a paint package, just as the Graphite Capsule that Lambo released for the Urus last September.
The good news is that the Huracan Evo doesn’t necessarily need upgrades to its 5.2-liter V-10 engine, at least if you’re perfectly fine with the engine producing 630 horsepower and 443 pound-feet out of the factory.
That unit matches to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, which, in turn, sends power to all four wheels. With the improved traction the electronically controlled all-wheel-drive system provides, the Huracan Evo is cable to zip from 0 to 60 mph in around 2.6 seconds on its way to a quarter-mile time of 10.4 seconds at around 135 mph and a top speed of 202 mph.
|Horsepower||630 HP @ 8,000 RPM|
|Torque||443 LB-FT @ 6,500 RPM|
|0 to 100 km/h (62 mph)||2.6 seconds|
|0 to 200 km/h (124 mph)||9.0 seconds|
|Braking 100-0 km/h||31.9 m|
|Top Speed||325 km/h (202 mph)|
|Quarter mile time||10.4 seconds|
|Quarter mile speed||135 mph|
|Dry weight||1,422 kg (3,134 lbs)|
How much is the Fluo Capsule package?
Lamborghini hasn’t announced the added cost of availing the Fluo Capsule. That tracks similarly to the Graphite Capsule and the Pearl Capsule that Lamborghini has also launched for the Urus SUV. Lamborghini launched both packages earlier and neither has any price tags attached to them yet. Don’t expect pricing for the Fluo Capsule to be different.