Lamborghini has introduced in Geneva this week a special edition of the Huracan called “Avio” which brings a series of visual modifications.

Lamborghini has introduced in Geneva this week a special edition of the Huracan called “Avio” which brings a series of visual modifications.

The ferocious Centenario is without any doubt the star of Lamborghini’s display in Geneva, but the company also has a second world premiere, a limited-run Huracan Avio. Only 250 units will ever be made and the main idea behind this car is to pay tribute to the world of aviation and aeronautics.

All the changes are purely visual and start on the outside where the body is painted as standard in Grigio Falco with a pearlescent finish. If you don’t fancy this hue, Lamborghini will also offer the special edition in four other optional matte colors: Verde Turbine, Grigio Vulcano, Grigio Nibbio, and Blu Grifo. The names of these colors were not selected randomly as all of them have a direct correspondent in the coats-of-arms representing courses at the Italian Air Force Academy.

The body finish is combined with double stripes in white or grey that run along the roof and down to the front hood. On the door panels there’s a “L63” logo which refers to Lamborghini and the year 1963 when the company was established. Between the letter and number is a tricolor cockade which is a symbol that distinguishes nationality in the world of aeronautics.

Stepping inside, Lamborghini’s upholsterers have dressed the cabin in black leather and Alcantara with contrasting white stitching and “L63” logos embroidered on the sides of the seats. This configuration is not the only one available as the Ad Personam program allows buyers to customize the interior in a variety of ways. As a final touch, the car gets a hand-enameled plate located on the driver’s side window.

Lamborghini says the Huracan LP 610-4 Avio will start hitting showrooms this summer.

Source: Lamborghini

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