Limited-run special edition pays tribute to aviation and aeronautics.

Introduced earlier this year in Geneva, the Avio is now making its debut in Hong Kong and it looks even more amazing than it did in the original set of images from the Swiss car show. Lamborghini Hong Kong had two of them on display recently at the launch event organized at Ritz-Cartlon and as you can see each came with its own livery.

Speaking of which, buyers get to pick from five new color variants created specifically for the Huracan Avio which is based on the regular LP 610-4 model. The standard hue is Grigio Falco with a pearlescent finish, while the other four are optional and all come with a matte finish: Verde Turbine (green), Grigio Nibbio (light grey), Blu Grifo (blue), and Grigio Vulcano (dark grey).

If the names of these colors ring a bell, it’s because Lamborghini decided to take inspiration from the coats-of-arms representing courses at the Italian Air Force Academy. If none of them tickle your fancy, there’s always the Ad Personam customization program which gives you the opportunity to choose from a wide array of colors and trim options. All cars will come with “L63” logos as a nod to Lamborghini and 1963, the year Ferruccio Elio Arturo Lamborghini founded the company.

It wouldn’t be a proper special edition without some interior cabin tweaks. In this particular case, the Avio combines black leather with Alcantara featuring a laser-engraved hexagonal motif which is actually making its debut on the Huracan. It has been applied onto the central area of the seat, armrest, knee support, and on a portion of the door panel. “L63” logos and white stitching further set the Avio apart from the standard model. As it’s the case with the exterior, customers can pay more to access Lamborghini’s Ad Personam program for further interior changes.

Only 250 units are planned for production, and all will come with the same naturally-aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine pushing out 610 horsepower. Output is delivered to both axles via a dual-clutch, seven-speed gearbox which enables the Huracan Avio hit 62 mph (100 kph) in 3.2 seconds before maxing out at over 202 mph (325 kph).

Lamborghini Hong Kong is currently taking orders for the limited-run model and is asking HK$4.48 million (including tax).

Source: Lamborghini Hong Kong

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