Lamborghini’s Squadra Corse skunkworks has unveiled its most current 1-off task – a bespoke, open-major supercar identified as the SC20.  

The newcomer is primarily based on the Aventador SVJ and driven by the naturally aspirated 6.five-litre V12 discovered in the donor motor vehicle, which has an output of 759bhp and 720Nm of torque. The device sends drive to all 4 wheels by using a seven-pace computerized gearbox.

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Regardless of the SV20’s mechanical similarities to the Aventador SVJ, it is bodywork bears little resemblance. It’s an all carbon fibre development, which attracts inspiration from other 1-off roofless Lamborghinis, these types of as the Aventador J and Veneno Roadster.

The car’s front splitter and bumper intakes are also encouraged by the Huracan GT3 EVO racer, though its huge motor intakes were lifted from the observe-only Essenza SCV12 hypercar. In contrast to each of these automobiles, though, the SC20 is street legal.

The SC20 rides on staggered centre-locking wheels, wrapped in Pirelli PZero rubber, though the manually adjustable carbon fibre rear wing can be established in a few positions that supply both lower, medium or large degrees of downforce.

The paint plan is also special, created especially for the client’s demands. It includes a Bianco Fu (that is white to you and me) base coat, around which a Blu Cepheus spotlight has been utilized. The buyer has also elected to maintain numerous factors, these types of as the bonnet vent and rear wing, in uncovered carbon fibre.

Carbon fibre also dominates the cabin, becoming used for the dashboard, firewall, doorway playing cards, centre console and steering wheel. Even the seats are completed in the exact lightweight materials, whilst they’ve been trimmed with Alcantara padding.

There are a couple of bespoke touches, though. The supercar’s inside doorway handles, for example, were machined from reliable aluminium, though the air vents are 3D printed models – and they’re a special layout for the SC20.

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