It's not often limited-edition supercars get customized by aftermarket tuners.
Remember the Lamborghini Huracan Avio? Revealed at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the limited-edition supercar was inspired by the Italian Air Force. Limited to just 250 examples, the Huaracan Avio can be distinguished by its custom exterior paint options named after coats of arms from the Italian Air Force Academy such as Ble Griffo, Grigio Falco, Grigio Nibbio, Grigio Vulcano and Verde Turbine. There’s also ‘L63’ lettering on the doors, with ‘L’ standing for the name of the company and ‘63’ referring to the year Lamborghini was founded.
You could argue that a limited-edition supercar doesn’t need any additional customization to help it stand out from the crowd, but this hasn’t stopped German tuner Luethen Motorsport from attempting to make the Huracan Avio even more unique.
The tuner has added an aerodynamic package made of carbon fiber consisting of a two-piece front splitter, canard spoilers, which can be either one or two on each side, side splitters, and a rear wing available with or without the lateral winglets. The custom Huaracan Avio also rides on Roc Schmiederader FL.10 forged rims, with a 20-inch set at the front and 21-inch at the rear.
Since this is only a cosmetic upgrade, Luethen Motorsport hasn’t tweaked the Huracan’s naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10. As a result, the Huracan Avio still produces 601 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to rocket to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds and hit a top speed of 201 mph.
Since the Huracan Avio launched, Lamborghini has built several other one-offs including the SC18 revealed last month, an Aventador-based track monster with 770 hp on tap and extreme aerodynamics derived from Lamborghini’s Squadra Corse motorsport division.