Lamborghini Released 250 Special Huracan Avio Editions

Apr 18, 2017 09:30 PM EDT | Joyce Vega

Two hundred fifty units of the Lamborghini Huracan Avio have been released. Lamborghini’s newest limited series comes with the style, speed, and prestige that the brand is known for. The low number of released units is counter proportional to the quality which the driver will be set in. If you have a couple of hundred thousand dollars to spare on a car, this is one of your best choices.

The new Lamborghini Huracan Avio has been reviewed by Car Scoops. The car is painted in rich blue color, with two yellow racing stripes on the side. This Avio is a special edition of the LP610-4 and was released in honor of the Italian Air Force. There are only 250 units available worldwide, where the two available in U.K sell for £ 195.000. For this money, the buyer receives a Lamborghini product, paired with yellow aero accents and brake calipers, with a black leather interior stitched in yellow. It's also been fitted with an array of optional equipment, including upgraded 20-inch alloys, lifting system, magnetorheological shocks, and transparent engine compartment cover.

Lamborghini’s official site gives a thorough and in-depth description of the Huracan Avio special edition. The car is equipped with a V10, 90°, MPI (Multi Point Injection)+ DSI (Direct Stratified Injection), which delivers 413 lb.-ft. of torque. The gearbox used in the car is Dual clutch gearbox LDF (Lamborghini Doppia Frizione) with 7 speeds, which paired with the engine delivers a 201 m/h maximum speed. The Huracan Avio reaches 0-60 m/h in 3.2 seconds, with a passed distance of 32 miles. To guarantee the driver’s safety, Electronic Stability Control (ABS and TCS integrated) has been introduced.

In an urban setting, the car burns 14 mpg, which falls down to 9mpg, on a highway. Even though not the most powerful of Lamborghini’s products, it offers good quality for its price. The Lamborghini Huracan Avio is available for sale now.

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