The limited edition model gets some cometic updates and will be available for a shorter period of time

Lamborghini first showcased this limited edition Huracan at the 2016 Geneva Motor show. Called the Huracán LP 610-4 Avio, this car pays tribute to the world of aviation and aeronautics. Now that the model is here you can get your hands on one by paying a sum of INR. 3.71 crore (ex-showroom). This car is available in limited numbers because the manufacturer will produce only 250 units of this special edition model globally.

The reason for such a unique build is because Lamborghini designers have always been inspired by fighter jets. The supercar manufacturer has even borrowed lot of technology as well as aerodynamic solution from these fighter machines.

As far as the styling is concerned the Huracan Avio LP610-4 gets few cosmetic updates to actually make it appear different from the standard Huracan. The coupe gets a special paint finish on its exterior which includes White or Gray painted contrast lines with the body colour. The double stripe finished in white and grey runs across the bonnet all the way towards the roof end. The door panel towards the side profile also gets the special Avio L63 logo.

Inside the limited edition Huracan, the seats get covered in leather Alcantara while this material also warps around the doors as well. The rest of the cockpit looks identical to the standard Huracan though. This special edition car also gets the Huracan’s front lifting system, GPS as well as Cruise control.

Lamborghini Launched The Limited Edition Huracan Avio LP610-4 Exterior
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As far as the drivetrain is concerned the Huracan LP610-4 Avio gets the same 5.2-liter V-10 unit which is actually capable of producing about 610 ps of peak power at 8, 250 rpm and 560 Nm of torque at 6, 500 rpm. This engine which also powers the standard Huracan is paired to 7-speed LDF dual-clutch transmission which transfers all that power to all the four wheels of this coupe.

The new Huracan Avio being a limited edition model can be only booked for a period of next 5 days.

Riju Ganguly
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