Top 5 Paint Colors in Lamborghini's Arsenal

Article by Christian Andrei, on March 15, 2016

Among all the luxury vehicles in the world, the Lamborghini is the only one of its kind that combines sophistication, extravagance, and a penchant for attracting attention. It is no wonder that the Lamborghini has this special authority that commands everyone to look at it.

Its sleek design and keen eye for details make it all the more attention seeking. One thing that makes Lamborghinis even more special is their spectacular color wheel.

From orange to purple and even when a primary color is selected, a Lamborghini just stands out from a crowd. Here are five of the best colors that Lamborghini has to offer to those who wish to be different in this very busy world.

Furthermore, the paint colors make the Lamborghini stand out from the crowd with their uniqueness and out of this world charm. These are really just basic colors but when paired with a brand that so many people have both loved and envied, the vehicles and their owners are able to stand out in a world where everyone wants to be distinctive and quirky in their own way.

Arancio Borealis

If Cinderella lived in the 21st century, then fairy godmother must’ve let her borrow her most trusted Lamborghini in Arancio Borealis. If the car itself is intimidating, how much more the color code that Lamborghini used for this shade of orange. Yes, ordinary citizens of this planet, Arancio Borealis is none other than orange.

Cinderella’s pumpkin carriage would surely pale in contrast to a Lamborghini Gallardo in Arancio Borealis. All the more exciting is owning a Bicolore or Balboni edition Gallardo in Arancio Borealis.

Bicolore is famous for its black roof making the Gallardo all the more menacing. And what an honor it would be to be to drive a Lamborghini named after one of its test drivers, Balboni.

Viola Ophelia

Not a popular choice among car enthusiasts, purple is one of the best colors Lamborghini has to offer. As much as Lamborghini’s name spells class and sophistication, so does its purple hue Viola Ophelia.

This color code itself is true to its Lamborghini roots. This color looks very well on the Lamborghini Aventador and its polished angular design. More than that, the Viola Ophelia would be a unique hue for supercars and should definitely be the first choice on your color list.

Rosso Bia

Next on our list is the classic Rosso Bia or in layman’s term, red. Representing passion, seduction, violence, danger, anger and even adventure, the Rosso Bia is also a color that is truly Lamborghini.

Red was pretty much the most popular color back in the 1980s especially on the Lamborghini Countach but it has never been able to reach that popularity since then.

This makes it all the more valuable to own a Rosso Bia now that it’s making a comeback in the magnificent Aventador SV. This will surely be a bloody comeback.

Verde Ithaca

These colors have never gone out of style as most people prefer the bizarre Lamborghini colors: the Verde Ithaca and Giallo Horus or said in a simpler way, green and yellow.

When we say Lamborghini, these two colors are always in the forefront. Throughout the years, these wild colors have reminded people of the brand of Lamborghini even when there were shade alterations throughout the years.

Giallo Horus

When you will see a Lamborghini painted in a very bright yellow you will definitely know that it is wearing the "Giallo Horus" coat. The well-known Lamborghini Huracan was launched wearing the Giallo Horus colour, so now you will definitely know what we are talking about.

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