Lamborghini has brought the limited edition of their supercar, the Huracan Avio to India for a price tag of Rs 3.71 crore (ex-showroom, India). With only 250 cars to be built for the world, here is a detailed photo gallery for the enthusiasts yet to catch a glimpse of the raging bull from Italy.
The front fascia of the Lamborghini Huracan Avio is dominated by the wide grin of the honeycomb mesh grille spread across the air dam.
The off-set twin stripes along the length of the sharp aerodynamic hood is inspired by the fighter jets and screams speed thanks to the highlighted aero lip on the front bumper.
The Lamborghini sits low, almost slammed to the ground to wedge the air resistance and attain speeds of more than 300kmph.
The highlight coloured running board and the large air-scoops on the side look menacing and provide enough air for the massive engine to breathe.
The L63 badge that adorns the driver door also finds itself embroidered on the bucket seatbacks taking us back to 1963, when the first Lambo supercar was made.
The interior is plush with exquisite leather upholstery that comes with a contrast stitch to match the exterior colours.
The dashboard of the Huracan Avio resembles a cockpit with aviation style layout and flick switches that are made out of aluminium billets.
The fire-breathing 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 is mid-mounted. With 602bhp of power and 560Nm of torque on tap, it powers the Lamborghini past 100kmph in 3.2 seconds.
Power is transferred to the tarmac through a seven-speed automatic gearbox to all four specially designed lightweight alloy wheels.
The outrageous look of the edgy coupe extends to the back with the slatted engine cover and the quad exhausts peeking over the rear splitter.
For those who can afford, the Lamborghini Huracan Avio would certainly be a trophy car in their garage owing to its lineage and exclusivity.