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Bathurst Lamborghini’s new take on legendary livery

A NEW Lamborghini will tackle the 2024 Repco Bathurst 12 Hour with a fresh take on a legendary livery.

Adrian Dietz campaigned his previous Huracan sporting a remake of the BASF colours made famous at Le Mans.

His new EVO2 GT3 model Huracan has been revealed with a revised look designed by Sydney-based visual artist Jason Christopher.

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Dietz will share the car in the February event with Tony D’Alberto, David Wall and Grant Denyer.

“We are very aware of the popularity of our livery; it’s so well known here and even internationally,” explained Deitz.

“I’ve been reluctant to change it, but we also wanted to recognise that we are moving into the new car.

The revised livery on the new Lambo. Pic: Supplied

“I think the concept we’ve developed in collaboration with Jason Christopher, a leading visual artist and designer from Belly of the Beast, is really exciting and acknowledges the history and evolution of the livery.

“Le Mans has had a long tradition of ‘Art cars’ and this is our Bathurst version!”

The livery broke cover at a Wall Racing ride day held at Sydney Motorsport Park.

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