The Lamborghini Headquarters in Sant’Agata Bolognese was the stage for a global premiere by Roger Dubuis and Lamborghini Squadra Corse. The best of Italian aesthetic flair and performance blending with the ultimate in Swiss precision and mechanical instruments. A high powered partnership that takes the form of a new caliber inspired by the Aventador S engine and the new ground breaking Huracàn Super Trofeo EVO.
Manufacture Roger Dubuis technical specialists drew inspiration from the Lamborghini spirit in rising to the challenge of creating the first timepiece collection embodying their natural affinities. The Excalibur Aventador Snow hits the track as the first horological expression of this high-speed partnership, channeling unreasonable sensations and exceptional power.
Determined to create an ultimate experience like sliding into a Lamborghini, the teams have shared their respective design skills. The resulting two models combine noble and high-tech materials while ensuring top-rate performance. These include multi-layered carbon and C-SMC carbon based on the same technology as that used for Lamborghini cars – a world premiere use of this material featured in the orange-liveried 8-piece limited edition.
The Excalibur Aventador S is available in two interpretations epitomizing the “Dare to be rare” concept through respective 88 and 8-piece limited editions. The former bears the inimitable Lamborghini “Giallo Orion” yellow paint code picked up in a number of design features, while the even more exclusive series comes in “Arancio Argos”.
A wild beast capable of extreme performances: the brand-new Huracán Super Trofeo EVO will be attired in an all-new carbon fiber body kit developed with Dallara, one of the most influential Italian firms on the worldwide motorsport scene. New aerodynamic efficiency, powerful V10 5.2 liter naturally aspirated 620 hp engine, 6-speed sequential gearbox. Take a deep breath, this sophisticated speed machine is derived from the road version. Roger Dubuis could not have imagined a better platform for showcasing its outrageous spirit.
From the Lamborghini Headquarters in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, to the Roger Dubuis Creative Lab Center in Geneva, Switzerland, the world of spectacular supercars thus hits the road in the company of incredible haute complications. From now on, keen observers can expect further collections and a wealth of jointly organized surprises, including exciting experiences in the Geneva area as well as racing event weekends.