Lamborghini Newport Beach has taken the Lamborghini Huracan Avio to a place where it can feel at home. Actually, I’m not talking about Italy but as a car created to pay tribute to the Italian Air Force as well as the aviation in general, it certainly feels very comfortable in an aviation museum.
Being more specific, this Huracan Avio is at the Lyon Air Museum located in a hangar on the west side of the John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California. The museum features military aircraft, rare automobiles, military vehicles, and motorcycles, with an emphasis on World War II.
Check out the full photoshoot below (click the pictures to see their original sizes) with the Lamborghini Huracan Avio at the Lyon Air Museum alongside the Douglas A-26 “Invader”, an attack bomber which fought in more wars than any other aircraft type of its era.
Talking specifically on the Avio, this one boasts another interesting spec. Grigio Falco gray covers the whole body while an orange livery gives the final touch to this amazing Raging Bull.
Inside, the Grigio Falco Lamborghini Huracan Avio features a great amount of black while Laser-engraved Alcantara covers the center of the seats and center console with a hexagon pattern. Contrasting with the black interior, the car features orange stitching.
Pictures by Lamborghini Newport Beach via Flickr