Special edition Lamborghini Huracán LP 601-4 Avio joins the Centenario at Geneva Motor Show

While the Lamborghini Centenario grabbed the attention of shutterbugs and enthusiasts at the Geneva Motor Show, the company also showcased a special edition model that didn’t go unnoticed. The Huracán LP 601-4 Avio brings additional color to the existing model and also throws in some additional equipment.

A total of five new colors coat this very desirable beast. These include a pearlescent finish Grigio Falco and matte finish of Blu Grifo, Grigio Nibbio, Grigio Vulcano and Verde Turbine colors. The white/gray highlights on the side sills, front spoiler tip, mirror edges and stripes can tell the car apart from the rest. The doors show off the L63 emblem that represents the name of the brand and 1963, the year that the company was founded.

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The L63 emblem can also be found on the seats inside the car. Passengers and the driver will be greeted with a combination of black leather and a hexagonal Alcantara upholstery with contrast white stitching. The driver’s side window has a hand-enameled plate. Among the features of the car, enthusiasts and prospective buyers can look forward to the standard GPS, cruise control and lifting system.

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Only 250 examples of the Lamborghini Huracán LP 601-4 Avio will be made available to the masses. These will arrive at dealers this summer.

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