Lamborghini Ad Personam Huracan donated to Pope Francis for charity

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Lamborghini has created a one-off special edition of its Huracan supercar for Pope Francis.

Officials from the luxury sports vehicle maker presented Francis with the sleek white auto with papal yellow-gold detailing on Wednesday outside the Vatican hotel where he lives. There is no information about exactly when the auction will take place are not published and technical characteristics of the vehicle.

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Helping two Italian associations that carry out activities, primarily in Africa. It's not just any other RWD Huracan, because Lambo's Ad Personam customization unit worked its magic on the example, which came out with a fitting shade that pays its respects to the Vatican City flag.

Holy See Press Office has released a statement, saying some of the proceeds will go to the papal charity, "Aid to the Church in Need", Vatican Radio reported. Members of the company's management board and two of the techs who built the specialty performance auto joined His Holiness and Domenicali.

Pope Francis attended the presentation of the vehicle along with Stefano Domenicali, chairman, and chief executive.

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