Details are scarce but what we do know is that it looks sharp in blue.
While the Lamborghini Centenario stole the stage at the Geneva Motor Show, the automaker also unveiled a limited edition supercar based off of the Huracan. The Huracan Avio is set to join the ranks of the automaker's extremely rare vehicles as only 250 units will be made. The Avio is dedicated to the Italian Air Force. All of its paint options are named after coats of arms from the Italian Air Force Academy. Seen here is Ble Griffo, but Grigio Falco, Grigio Nibbio, Grigio Vulcano and Verde Turbine are also on offer.
There's no official word on what's powering the vehicle, but we're confident that the special edition will feature the same engine as what sits in the regular Huracan LP 610-4 model, which isn't such a bad thing. After all, the Huracan can get to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of 202 mph. While details are scarce, Top Gear Magazine did manage to learn that, in addition to the military paint colors, there will also be cruise control, GPS and a suspension raising system on offer. Pricing hasn't been announced but the British automotive outlet estimates it to check in around $280,000.