Only 250 units of Lamborghini Huracan Avio will be sold worldwide
Italian supercar manufacturer, Lamborghini undeniably makes some of the best looking high-performance cars. Company’s latest supercar Huracan replaced the iconic Gallardo in 2014, and since then we have seen several versions based on this platform like Huracan Spider and the Huracan 580-2. Now, Lamborghini has launched a special edition Huracan Avio in India, priced at Rs 3.71 crore (ex-showroom, Delhi). Let’s see what’s special about the Huracan Avio-
The most important thing to know is that it will be a limited edition car. Lamborghini will only produce 250 units of Huracan Avio, and only a few are allotted to be sold in India. Like the standard Huracan, this car flaunts the similar chiseled silhouette and sharp looks. The Avio version will be exclusively offered in five unique paint shades including three different grey shades, a matte green, and a matte blue color. Accompanying the paint are special elements like offset racing stripes and contrasting color on the lower half of the car (bumpers and side skirts). The Huracan Avio also gets ‘L63’ stickering that is derived from Lamborghini and their year of establishment- 1963.
Lamborghini Huracan’s interior is said to be inspired from a fighter jet, and it still looks well ahead of its time. The Avio edition gets some additional detailing like ‘Avio’ monikers and ‘L63’ embossing on the seats. Some of the best materials like Alcantara, leather, and carbon fibre are used inside the car. As the standard Huracan, the Avio edition also gets a 12.3-inch TFT LCD screen just above the steering wheel, signifying its driver focused intentions.
The powertrain in the Huracan Avio also remains unchanged. Powering the supercar is a 5.2-litre V10 engine that churns out 610PS of max power and 560Nm of peak torque. what does that mean in terms of real-world performance? 0-100kmph time of just 3.2 seconds and a top speed of around 325kmph.
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