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How to find the color of your Lamborghini
It doesn’t matter if you have a Lamborghini Countach or a Lamborghini Centenario; the paint code will be in the same place. You can always find it on the manufacturer’s sticker to locate this:
- Open the hood of your Lamborghini and check on the compartment firewall. It will most likely be on the left or right but check in the middle too.
If, for some reason, the manufacturer’s tag is not on your Lamborghini and you can’t find your Lamborghini paint codes, give our customer support professionals a call on 971-770-2372.
Alternatively, you can email us at CustomerService@ERAPaints.com or provide our online color finder tool with information on your Lamborghini Huracan or Lamborghini Miura, and it will help identify your code.
Understanding the color code of your Lamborghini
Depending on your vehicle’s year, you can expect to find quite different formats for the Lamborghini paint codes. Earlier models from the 90s tend to have six numbers to depict the paint code, for example, 210500, Deep Black.
Newer Lamborghini’s transitioned over to a four-digit code that is usually wholly numerical but may contain characters. For example, 9029 Olympus Green.
When you check under the hood, you are likely to see the name of the color written in Italian, and the Lamborghini paint code will be right underneath it.
The company was started in 1962 and bears the name of its founder Ferruccio Lamborghini. He always took an interest in machinery and was eventually a mechanic in the war before starting his company. Initially, they started out selling tractors and designed an intuitive fuel atomizer, which helped farmers looking to cut fuel costs.
Despite many other famous brands having a racing car team, Lamborghini was strictly against this, and it’s only been in recent times the company have changed their tack on this. Lamborghini has some unique names, and each model derives its name from famous Spanish fighting bulls.