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Is Arancio Borealis a 2 or 3-stage paint? Does Lamborghini offer a 2-stage Orange metallic or pearl?
 

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Arancio Borealis is a 3-stage process and is a Gallardo only color. The same 3-stage orange paint color for the Murcielago is called Arancio Atlas. Lamborghini does offer another orange color for the Gallardo, which is a dark orange similar to real English tomato soup in color and it's called Arancio Ymir and it was shown on the Gallardo that was at the North American debut at the 2003 Concorso Italiano/Giro Gallardo (the actual car pictured here showing how dark the orange is). This is a non-metallic finish. Incidentally, this color better matches the orange leather inserts on some cars better than Arancio Borealis (the pearl metallic orange). The offical non-metallic color for the Murcie is called Arancio Ishtar. To my eye, they are all amazing colors and do justice to the lines of both models.
 

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Thanks Michael. Pics of this color seem hard to come by. As I understand it, this is one of the 3 colors (all non-metallic) the rumoured Gallardo S will come in.

Very nice indeed.

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What color orange was on the Diablo 6.0?

Carbuff
 

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So, is the orange Diablo the exact same color as on the current Murcie? The name appears to be the same....

And what exactly is the difference in this color versus the Arancio Borealis on the G-cars? From a distance, both look the same in the photos.

We do not have real cars to look at here to make a choice. Please help. Thanks.
 

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Arancio Borealis has a pale orange look almost milky, where Borealis Atlas has a much deeper rich orange hue.
 
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