Lamborghini has used the Geneva Motor Show to release a new special edition of the Huracan called the Huracán LP 610-4 Avio.
The Avio, as you may have guessed, was built to pay tribute to the world of aviation. As such, the visual modifications to the car all carry the theme of flight and avionics.
The changes to the LP 610-4 Avio are all cosmetic with the most striking change of all being the paint scheme that adorns the car. The paint is a standard Lamborhini color, Grigio Falco, but sprayed in a beautiful pearlescent finish. Lamborghini also plans to offer four additional color options for customers who would prefer a slightly different shade for their Avio. The other colors include: Verde Turbine, Grigio Vulcano, Grigio Nibbio, and Blu Grifo (all in matte).
All of these paint colors were named after the coat-of-arms representing the Italian Air Force Academy.
Exterior changes include the double white stripes offset to the driver’s side of the car. These can be ordered in either white (pictured) or grey.
Additional tweaks include a L63 logo on the door panels which is a tribute to both Lamborghini’s founding year (1963) and the world of aeronautics.
Interior changes include L63 logos stitched into the seats.
The Avio will hit showrooms this summer in a limited production run of just 250 units.