Huracán EVO "Amplified Series": The Sound of Emotion
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The Huracán EVO represents the natural evolution of the most successful V10 in Lamborghini’s history, and it was developed to amplify your daily routine. Its open-air counterpart, the Huracán EVO Spyder, stands for unmatched exhilaration for even more amplified sensations.
The breathtaking performance and presence of these two works of art are based on four fundamental pillars: Sound, Design, HMI (Human-Machine Interface) and LDVI (Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata). For the first time, we have challenged ourselves to tell the unique distinguishing features of our newborns in an unprecedented way, by involving four people who represent an excellence in what they do and who, at the same time, can perfectly embody the four guiding principles in a subtle yet sophisticated parallelism. They are interviewed doing what they do best, in action, to show how they can amplify their own sensations and those of the beneficiaries of their works.
The first of the four “Amplified Series” videos has just been presented at Milano Design Week in the presence of Stephanie Childress, its narrating voice. The sound of her 1710 Venetian violin merges with the just as unique sound of the Huracán EVO Spyder’s naturally aspirated V10 engine. They both provoke the most intense emotions, in this case further amplified thanks to the open-top model.
Stephanie is a 19-year-old violinist and conductor. Born in London to a non-musical family, she started studying Music at the University of Cambridge at the age of 16, and is distinguishing herself as one of the most versatile musicians of her age.