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Lamborghini Seoul have unveiled two limited edition V12 supercars that are said to be inspired by South Korea’s culture and history.

The first is a green car painted in “Green Ocno” that the creators say is a symbol of “warm Korean sentiment.” It’s a startlingly beautiful shade of green that mixed with the black rims and interesting graphic pattern that just make it all come together beautifully. The “Bianco Leda” interior also features little nods to Korean culture similar to the graphic we see on the outside.

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The second is the “Blue Emera.” Said to represent “intelligence and wisdom” which some have claimed is the superior of the two. That is a bold claim, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. The red graphics are certainly striking but the exterior colour feels off. It looks a little more like Grimace if he had a V12 hidden in his purple body. However, the interior of the Blue Emera is absolutely stunning with the red lines creating a stunning contrast with the white leather.

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Nothing has been changed to the engines of each of these cars so both Aventadors have 740 HP, 690Nm of torque, 0-100km/h in just three seconds for a top speed of 350km/h.

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Francesco Scardaoni, Regional Director for Automobili Lamborghini in Asia Pacific said,

“This special series further highlights the importance of the Korean super sports car market for Lamborghini. Featuring design elements that symbolize the rich Korean culture and heritage, it definitely stands out and inculcates a strong sense of national pride when it’s on the Korean roads.”

Frank Steinleitner, Representative Director of Lamborghini Seoul, said,

“Together with Automobili Lamborghini Centro Stile, we have uniquely developed the Aventador S Roadster Korean Special Series that are made exclusively available only for Korea. The entire development process from conceptualization to production has been an enriching one and we look forward to introducing more special editions to our discerning clients in Korea.”

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