“Huracan Avio” the limited edition car launched in India at a price tag of Rs.3.71 crore (ex-showroom delhi) by the Italian luxury car maker Lamborghini on Thursday.
The Avio has been designed as a tribute to the Italian Air Force and hence, gets a fighter plane inspired livery. The biggest attraction of the car is the two strips running down the top end of the car, which distinguishes it from its other siblings. Other than the stripe, the ORVMs, lip of the front spoiler and the side skirts too will be painted in the same shade as the stripes on the bonnet, which are available in white and grey colour options.
According to the company, this is the first limited edition Lamborghini to be ever made available in India as only 250 offerings of this model will ever be made. Interestingly, Indian customers have a 5 day window to order this car and be one of the 250 to-be-owners of this edition.
The supercar sports a twin stripe running head to the tail. The doors come stamped with an “L63” logo, indicating the year the company was founded – 1963. The logo also bears a tricolour cockade generally seen on fighter jets.
The Huracan Avio comes powered by the same engine as the Huracan LP 610-4 Coupe and Spyder – the naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10 engine that develops 602bhp and 560Nm of torque. The car is capable of a top-speed of over 325Km/h and can dispatch the 0-100Km/h run in 3.2 seconds.