Lamborghini Introduces New Personalization Options

Written by tonks on January 12, 2009

Lamborghini Showroom At 2009 Detroit Auto ShowLamborghini will not be debuting the LP670-4 SV for many months now and they had already revealed the Gallardo LP560-4 Spyder in LA so what were they to do for the Detroit Auto Show this past weekend? They couldn’t come empty handed so they decided to show off some of their other creations.

In the center of their presentation were several examples of what their Ad Personam personalization program is and how it can be used. A blue LP640-4 and LP560-4 were on either side of a white 560 Spyder. All of these supercars were showing off the new satin paint colors that were designed for Lamborghini and referred to as matte-luster paint finish.Lamborghini 560 Spyder

The personalized cars were painted in the new matte blue finish. Rumor had it that anyone who was able to bring forth a birth certificate that said their name was Matt Blue would be given the Lamborghini for free. Unfortunately no strange coincidences occurred and the supercar stayed put …for now.

The blue hue was not the only new color that Lamborghini wanted to show off. Lamborghini added three other colors to the personalization program that included a matte-luster black finish (Nero Nemesis), matte-white finish (Bianco Canopus), and matte-brown finish (Marrone Apus).


Posted Under: Lamborghini,Supercars

Reader Comments

“Rumor had it that anyone who was able to bring forth a birth certificate that said their name was Matt Blue would be given the Lamborghini for free.”

gr8 offer :D … but sad abt no one was able to get the FREE one .. hehe

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Written By 4x4 Pickup trucks on January 19th, 2009 @ 6:56 am

I I I I I I I I CAN’T TALK THIS THIS THIS THIS IS AWSOME MY DAD HAS THAT SAME LAMBORGHINI LP60 GALLARDO.

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Written By Dakota on January 24th, 2010 @ 3:38 pm

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