Supercar Lamborghini Huracan, which was presented to the Pope was sold at Sotheby’s. An unknown buyer paid for the car 715 thousand euros, reports CarBuzz.
All proceeds will be spent on charity. Thus, part of the funds will be allocated for the reconstruction of houses and public buildings of Iraqi Christians. In addition, assistance will be provided to women and children victims of traffickers.
Company Lamborghini gave the Pope of Rome Francis a special version of the sports car Huracan, which was created in a single copy, in November last year. The body of the car is painted in gold and white colors.
In addition, in 2017, Pope Francis received from Opel the Ampera-e electric car, which he uses to move around the Vatican. In 2015, Pope Francis received from Hyundai a special convertible, based on the crossover Santa Fe. This car, designed for weekly audiences in St. Peter’s Square in Rome, is equipped with a 2.2-liter diesel engine.