The word “Lampo” translates to “lightning” from Italian, and it just happens to conjure thoughts of another Italian supercar maker. The Huayra Lampo features a bespoke two-tone red-and-white paint finish that recalls the 1954 Fiat Turbina concept, a car that was powered by a gas turbine engine. Plenty of exposed carbon fiber is present
The 1/1 Huayra relies on a 730-horsepower twin-turbocharged Mercedes-AMG 6.0-liter V12 engine
The Huayra gets a carbon-fibre fabric, which apparently ensures the colour “is always lively and vivid”. Then come a host of transparent paints for the body and details, like the Italian flag on the rear wheel arches.
Fiat’s original gold used in the Turbina’s sign is here used to treat parts of aluminium around the car, and in the wheels.
Brembo carbon discs with bespoke ‘lightning’ finishing.
Extra carbon-fiber pieces from the Huayra BC. The Tempesta package adds wider front air inlets and unique aero treatments for the front splitter and side sills. The interior is replete with diamond-stitched brown leather and anodized-bronze aluminum inlays