"This wild Lamborghini Huracan was shot in an area of a new city district development in Dubai. We scouted this area, and our local production team arranged the permit to shoot several very dynamic car-to-car images on location. The light was very interesting as it had this soft, slightly magenta and yellow evening feel which does not happen very often in Dubai. The design of the car with its sharp design lines and grey matte car finish creates a very raw and brutal feel... a real masterpiece of a superperformer. The only thing bigger than the Lamborghini experience was the incredibly high and amazing Burj Khalifa Tower." says photographer MARC TRAUTMANN.
The Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 is the successor of the Gallardo and had its official debut at the Geneva Auto Salon in 2014. The Huracán is manufactured in the Lamborghini plant in Sant’Agata Bolognese. Like most names of the Lamborghini models, Huracán also comes from the world of bull fighting. The Huracán fighting bull from the Spanish Conte de La Patilla breed fought in August 1879 in Alicante and remained undefeated. Responsible for the design of the car is Filippo Perini from Lamborghini's company-owned design studio Centro Stile Lamborghini. lamborghini.com///huracan