VATICAN. The Italian company Lamborghini has gifted the Catholic Pope a gold rimmed Huracan worth 200 thousand dollars, especially tailored for the Pontiff.
The Lamborghini Huracan was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2014. The car was named after the god of the wind of the ancient Mayans. During the ceremony of presenting the valuable gift, the Pope signed the hood of the sports car.
The Pope said, however, that he will continue to ride his modest Ford Focus. The Huracan will be sold at auction and all proceeds from its sale will go to charity.
Earlier it was reported that the Pope called on priests not to use smartphones.