Alongside the mental Centenario LP770-4, Lamborghini showcased the Huracan LP610-4 Avio at Geneva; a limited edition variant of its entry level offering.
Okay, the Centenario might have stolen the smaller Lambo’s thunder, but rest assured, the little bull comes with its own infusion of exclusivity.
Lamborghini says it has been inspired by fighter jets and the world of aviation and aeronautics when creating the Avio, borrowing technological, aerodynamic, ergonomic and stylistic solution (although it looks like any other Huracan with a customized paint scheme).
Only 250 units of the Avio will be built, and all will feature unique interior and exterior finishes, including white or gray painted details (the side view mirrors, he tops of the side member, and the front spoiler lip) and a double stripe running along the roof of the car and down the front bonnet.
Garnished with the L63 logo on the door panels (where L stands for Lamborghini and ’63 for the year the company was founded), the Avio is available in five new color variants – the standard Grigio Falco hue, and four optional matte colors, including a flat green that really transforms the Huracan intro a military fighter plane. The colors’ names are taken from the coats-of-arms representing courses at the Italian Air Force Academy. And if that isn’t enough, Lambo’s Ad Personam program lets customers delve even deeper into the vehicle’s customization.
The interior comes as standard in black, with a laser engraved hexagonal motif and the L63 logo is embroidered by hand onto the sides of the seats.
Mechanically, the Huracán LP 610-4 Avio isn’t different from the standard car, sporting the same 5.2 liter, V10 engine, mated to a 7-speed gearbox with double clutch. It has enough grunt to offer a power-to-weight-ratio of only 2.33kg/ps and to push the car from 0 to 100 km/h (62mph) in 3.2 seconds.
Photos Carscoops/Brad Anderson & Lamborghini