Lamborghini Centenario understandably acquire most of the attention at the Italian supercar maker’s Geneva Motor Show 2016 booth this year, but the company has the limited edition Huracán LP 610-4 Avio on display there, too.
A sleek and aggressive, limited-edition supercar that built to celebrate Ferruccio Lamborghini’s 100th birthday. Limited to 40 units that were sold for at least $1.9 million long just before the actual car was unveiled, the Centenario was definitely among the hottest vehicles displayed in Switzerland this year.
The Avio is actually the first special-edition Huracan and joins a lineup which includes significantly modified versions such as the LP 620-2 Super Trofeo, LP 610-4 Spyder, and LP 580-2. Judging by the fact that its forerunner spawned more than 20 versions and limited-edition models, it is safe to assume that the new Avio is the first in a very long line of special Huracan-based supercars.
Boasting a top speed of 325 km/h (roughly 202 mph), the model is composite body comes detailed with wedges and scoops and is build from carbon fiber and alumnium. Inside, all-black seat bolsters are embroidered with contrast white stitching although microsuede seat inserts feature laser-etched hexagons. And also, it comes fully equipped with all-wheel drive, cruise control, navigation system, an electrohydraulic multi-plate clutchaluminum, double-wishbone suspension, electronically-controlled exterior mirrors and a hydraulic front-end lift sys for those pesky speed bumps. The Avio edition comes exclusively fitted with polished black 20-inch wheels.
The LP 610-4 Avio arrives in dealerships this summer, with North America likely to receive a significant allocation of the 250 units.