The sheer class and elegance of Lamborghini are yet again set to revive the best of supercars that have ever been on the Roads. The new Huracan Avio is a class apart from the rest and being in Avio is a feel of Pilot all through a stretch of James Bond movie and these are not Aston Matins, but elegance is simply stupendous. Apart from how Lamborghini describes the new supercar, the alluring designs are indeed one of the better cars in the recent times. The car went the initial unveiling in Geneva earlier this year and is believed to have a limited production line to of 250 units in the coming years.
The exquisite class of Lamborghini is a defined subset of crafted aerodynamic design and the subtle vibe of designs that has been unique to Lamborghini. As with differences in a model with a critical eye includes the L 63 decal on each of the doors that have not been seen in the early variants from Lamborghini. And as with the sources, L stands for Lamborghini and 63 stands for the year when Lamborghini was formed. As with the trademark leather seats, ‘L 63’ is scripted on the exteriors deriving a sensual appeal to the overall looks of the supercar that is worth a million words. The car is a spectacular release from Lamborghini for quite some time now and the extra efforts are evident on the classic exteriors that drive the better of the supercars available at the same range of price.
As with the technical specifications, Huracan Avio has 10 cylinders and 5204 cc Engine that produces a 601 bhp delivering beasty hold on the wheels, yet deliver the smoothness as desired. With outright features, Huracan Avio can hit the speed of 325 kilometers and the acceleration is clocked at 0-100 kilometers per hour in 3.2 seconds. As with more recent approach, the speed of 200 kilometers per hour is reached in 9.9 seconds. The improved and refined braking system is awesomely designed as the supercar has the capability to come to complete still with a span of 31.9 meters from the top speed to absolute Zero.
India is has been an avid market for Lamborghini over the years, and India has few of the proud owners of Lamborghini over the years. Of those 250 units, a few could be expected to find owners in India and rightfully this week it is presumed that Huracan Avio is to be launched in the country supposedly on September 22 and is expected to send ripples across the elite Super car community in India. Though likes of Ferrari and BMWs are being rated common in India, Lamborghini is a fortune that few can manage to own and get along with privileges from one of the best supercar manufacturers in the world.
It is also being reported as the price of Huracan Avio would be around INR 4 Crores to INR 4.5 Crores, as expected from Lamborghini on its limited edition variants.