Okay, maybe cars like the Lamborghini Centenario had totally grabbed the attention at Geneva that other Lamborghini models on display was sort of overshadowed. But the company did in fact brought down another showcar and the new Huracan Avio joins the line-up of the soon-to-be-countless Huracan variants.
The Huracan LP610-4 Avio features unique interior and exterior finishes that include white or grey accents painted on parts like the side view mirrors, the top of the side member, and the front spoiler lip, and a double stripe running from the roof of the car and down to the front bonnet.
On the door panels, the Avio gets garnished with the L63 logo which represents for ‘Lamborghini’ and the year the company was founded, 1963. Aside from the Grigio Falco we see here, Lamborghini also offers four other optional matte colours, including one in matte olive green. But if none of them is what you are looking for, there is always the Ad Personam program that allows customers to pick any colour or customization to their liking.
Performance wise, the Avio is just the same as a standard Huracan where the 5.2-liter V10 engine produces 610PS and mated to a seven-speed gearbox with double clutch transmission. Lamborghini will only be making 250 units of the Avio.