Lamborghini released the Avio at the Geneva Motor Show. You can easily spot the Avio edition from the outside from its white or gray flourishes on the lower portion of the mirrors, side sills, the front spoiler’s lip, and a double stripe down the roof and hood. Customers can also order five new colors: pearlescent finish Grigio Falco and matte shades of Blu Grifo, Grigio Nibbio, Grigio Vulcano and Verde Turbine. The final exterior tweak is a small L63 emblem on the doors, which stands for Lamborghini and the company’s founding in 1963.
Inside, customers find a combination of black leather and hexagonal-pattern Alcantara upholstery with white stitching. In addition to the upgraded surfaces, the Avio comes standard with a lifting system, cruise control, and GPS. Without any powertrain tweaks, it still has a 602bhp V10 sending it sonorously to 62mph in 3.2 seconds.
Lamborghini will limit the Avio to 250 units, and you can expect to pay around £200,000 for one and they’ll start arriving at dealers in Europe this summer.
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