Lamborghini has taken customization to the next level with the Revuelto Opera Unica.
This version of the Revuelto is like no Lambo you’ve seen before.
Or will ever see again, as it’s one of one.
This year marks 60 years of Lamborghini.
To celebrate the milestone, the Italian manufacturer wanted to do something very special and unique.
Lamborghinis can be considered works of art, with their fine craftsmanship, cultural impact and collector’s value.
This, by the way, is also the inspiration for the name because Lamborghini considers this a unique (Unica) work of art (Opera).
So the unique car made for the 60th celebrations was designed with artistic beauty in mind.
The Revuelto was unveiled at the prestigious art fair Art Basel Miami Beach.
Opera Unica, ‘unique work’ in Italian, refers to a car that is the ultimate in customized luxury.
The Ad Personam team took the brand’s first V12 HPEV, the Revuelto, as their base.
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One of the team’s aims was to showcase how far one can push the personalization process at Lamborghini.
“With this ‘Opera Unica’ we have truly explored the possibilities of our Ad Personam personalization, thus creating an automotive masterpiece,” Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Automobili Lamborghini said.
The exterior fades from one iconic shade to another: Viola Pasifae to Nero Helene.
It’s been hand-painted with brushstrokes that give it an almost animated look, like a car from GTA.
This process took 76 hours of testing and 435 hours to paint the finished product.
Inside, the artistry continues.
The interior is upholstered in two-tone leather in shades of Nero Ade and Viola Acutus.
That’s black and purple for those who don’t speak Lamborghini.
The seat backrests, door inserts and headliners are all embroidered with the 60th-anniversary logo in the same palette as the exterior.
Every inch of the Revuelto Opera Unica has been customized: even the typically red start and stop cover matches the paint job.
The inside took a further 220 hours to create.
“We wanted to create something purely artistic using brushes and a combination of colors, as if the Revuelto was a canvas,” Mitja Borkert, Automobili Lamborghini’s Design Director, said.
The car is not yet for sale, but with a standard Revuelto priced at $608,358, we can only imagine how much it’s going to cost.