When was the last time you saw a limited-edition supercar get a makeover by an aftermarket tuner? It doesn’t happen all that often — after all, a limited-edition supercar doesn’t need any extra customization to help it stand out — but that didn’t stop German tuner Luethen Motorsport from have a go.

So, they took the 2016 Lamborghini Huracán Avio which was inspired by the Italian Air Force and limited to just 250 examples and dressed it up a little more than it already was. Originally, it could be distinguished by its custom exterior paint options (which were named after coats of arms from the Italian Air Force Academy) and ‘L63’ lettering on the doors (the ‘L’ stands for Lamborghini and ‘63’ refers to the year the Italian carmaker was founded) but they added an aggressive looking aerodynamic kit made from carbon fibre which features a two-piece front splitter, canard spoilers, side splitters, and a rear wing.

Then, they fitted it with a set of Roc Schmiederader FL.10 forged alloys (20in at the front and 21in at the rear). Since this is just a cosmetic tweak, the Lambo has to, ahem, make do with the naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10 that makes 610 horses...