Having a special edition model like the Lamborghini Huracan Avio at their showroom was a big enough deal for Lamborghini Newport Beach to go to the trouble of commissioning a dedicated photoshoot for it. They sent the car to the Lyon Air Museum, which is fitting tribute to the car, since the Avio is inspired by the Air Force.
The Lamborghini Huracan Avio featured here features a two-tone grey and orange paint work, part of the five brand-new exterior colors combined with different liveries designed exclusively for this model. The car also comes with special edition 1 of 250 plaque and a unique interior with exclusive L 63 embroidered logo and laser-engraved Alcantara. Mechanically, the car is a 610-4 which means it has the 610 horsepower engine and boasts the all-wheel-drive system as part of its Lamborghini Doppia Frizione (LDF) dual-clutch drivetrain.
Lamborghini Huracan Avio showcases the capabilities of the car maker’s Ad Personam department who deals with special editions, one-offs and personalization. So if this car is not “personal” enough for you, we’re sure they can come up with something that’ll float your boat.