Lamborghini India has officially launched the limited edition Huracan Avio in the Indian market with an introductory price of INR 3.71 crore (ex-showroom Delhi). The special edition Avio not only looks similar to Huracan LP610-4 but also borrows the same V10 engine tuned to churn max power of 601bhp along with peak torque of 560 Nm. The special edition Huracan 610-4 Avio is introduced as a tribute to the Royal Air Force with the production limitation to 250 units only. As far as the performance is concerned, the Avio super car is claimed to accelerate to 100kmph in merely 3.2 seconds prior reaching out for the max speed of 325 kmph. The Lamborghini Huracan Avio super car was also showcased at the Geneva Motor show 2016.
Introduced as a replacement for the famous Lamborghini Gallardo, the Huracan was introduced in the year 2014. Unveiled at 2014 Geneva Auto Show, Huracan was launched as the successor for the most successful car ever produced from the house of Italian automaker. Having that Gallardo was the most successful car, over the period of 10 years the company manufactured about 14,000 units of the super car. When the company announced the retirement for the Gallardo, the successor had big place to fill in. With all the excitement, Lamborghini has not thwarted the audience by launching the Huracan LP 610-4 in the country. Currently offered in two body styles – Coupe and Spyder, Huracan derived its name from the Spanish word which signifies hurricane. The Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 Coupe and Lamborghini Huracan LP 580-2 are currently available in the domestic market.
Lamborghini Huracan – Exterior
On the exterior front, the Lamborghini Huracan comes with signature style low down Lambo design which shows resemblance to the overall shape of the Aventador coupe. Upfront, it comes with a stumpy bonnet along with angular-shaped projector headlights which derives the front profile with an elegant façade. The air intakes which are extended seem to have placed over by the number plate holder. At the sides, the roofline of the sports car seems to be stretched in downward direction which further highlights the overall appearance of the car. Large aerodynamic lines, flared wheel arches and big 18-inch wheels offer the sports car the looks it desires. The Huracan Avio is majorly similar as that of the regular Huracan with L 63 logo on each door certainly highlights the appearance of the limited edition model. At the rear end, the sports car comes with a smooth rear end which however shows resemblance with the Gallardo yet looks modern because of the shape of the tail lamps. Moreover, four huge oval shaped exhausts, twig shaped LED tail lamps and a substantial lip spoiler is located above the cooling duct for the engine. As far as the dimension goes, Lamborghini Huracan comes with the length of 4459mm, width of 1924mm, and height of 1165mm along with wheelbase of 2620mm. Moreover, the new limited edition Huracan Avio also comes with the same length of 4459mm, width of 1924mm and height of 1165mm. The wheelbase also remains the same at 2620mm as that of regular Huracan.
Lamborghini Huracan – Interior
On the inside, the overall interior layout of the Lamborghini Huracan seems to be very much similar to the bigger Aventador but it appears to be more structured because of the wider instrument panel. The steering wheel gets inclusion of big array toggle switches on both the sides whereas the paddles behind the wheels proffer a neatly provided area. As far as the seats are concerned, it comes with racing buckets along with contrast coloured stitching and the remaining part of the dashboard is covered with leather. The luxury factor is enhanced as it comes with a touch screen infotainment system, climate control, multiple airbags, electrically adjustable OVRMs, and a launch control button with a flip up cover. However, the interiors of the Huracan Avio majorly remains the same with black leather seats which also comes with L 63 embroidered logo and laser-engraved Alcantara on the seats which are specially crafted for comfort.
Lamborghini Huracan – Engine Specification and Performance
As far as the powerhouse options are concerned, both the variants are powered by the same a lightweight, compact naturally aspirated 5.2-litre 90° V-10 engine with MPI (Multi Point Injection) and DSI (Direct Stratified Injection). However, the Huracan LP 610-4 Coupe is tuned to develop 601bhp of maximum power @ 8.250 rpm along with peak torque of 560 Nm @ 6.500 rpm and the power is transmitted by a Dual clutch gearbox LDF with 7 speed gearbox. The sports car is claimed to reach out to 100kmph in just 2.5 seconds prior reaching the top speed of 342 kmph. On the other hand, Huracan LP 580-2 develops 572 bhp of power along with 533 Nm of peak torque and is claimed to reach 100 kmph in just 3.4 seconds with top speed of 320 kmph. The Huracan Avio is claimed to accelerate to three figures in just 3.2 seconds with max speed of 325 kmph.
Lamborghini Huracan – Safety Features
Coming to the safety aspect, the Huracan sports car comes with features such as Driver, passenger and side airgbags, kneels airbags, Front and rear specific collapsible areas side protection system, Electronic Stability Control (ESC) along with ABS and TCS integrated.
Lamborghini Huracan – Price and Competition
As far as the pricing goes, the limited edition Huracan Avio gets a price tag of INR 3.71 crore (ex-showroom) while the Coupe version of Huracan is priced at INR 3.67 crore (ex-showroom). However, the LP 580-2 gets INR 3.01 crore (ex-showroom) as a price tag for the Indian market. Talking about the competition, the Lamborghini Huracan competes against the likes of Audi R8, BMW M6 Gran Coupe and the Porsche 911.