The Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 Aveo, a limited edition Huracan of which just 250 were made. The name Aveo meaning Aviation in Italian, gives a hint at what the car is meant to commemorate. At its core the Aveo is about celebrating the innovation of flight as well as the emotions and freedoms it provides. Offered in exclusive matte colors with striped liveries inspired by the Italian air force, it’s almost ironic that this Lamborghini doesn’t have a wing on it. The decision, motivated by striking the right balance between classy yet fierce was intended to reflect the demeanor of fighter pilots. On the interior you will find the symbol of the Italian Air Force centered between an L and “63.” The former representing the manufactures first letter of its name and the latter memorializing the first year Lamborghini was officially in business, 1963.
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