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NewsNo-Top Lamborghini SC20 A Road Legal Track Special

No-Top Lamborghini SC20 A Road Legal Track Special

Holy Lamborghini, no roof, V12, track-inspired aero

  • 759 hp no-top V12 screamer

  • One-off designed with customer from day one

 


Lamborghini has just revealed its latest special limited-production model. The Squadra Corse SC20 is an open-top track car that’s approved for road use. The second special from the motorsport department it was built to meet the demands of customers looking for such an extreme raging bull.

Looking to take aerodynamic solutions from the brand’s racing cars and use them on a road and track car without rulebook restriction limits, while adding to it the extreme design buyers expect from the Lamborghinis, the company’s Centro Stile designed a car that involved customer input from day one.

It looks like an open-top Batmobile, which, frankly, is exactly what an extreme Lamborghini should look like. The carbon body is designed to move air away from the occupants, keeping them comfortable even at high speeds. The splitter and front intakes are inspired by the Huracan GT3 Evo, while the sculpted sides resemble the Essenza SCV12. At the tail is a three-position carbon fibre wing.

Visible carbon adorns much of the cabin, while what’s not bare is Alcantara and leather on top of carbon. With the exception of the solid aluminum door handles and the 3D-printed air vents.

Power is from a 6.5L naturally aspirated V12 making 770 cheval vapeur, or 759 hp. Torque is equally impressive at 531 lb-ft. Power is sent to all four wheels through a seven-speed independent shifting rod gearbox and an electronically controlled center differential.

While just a one-off, if you want one badly enough, we’re sure that Squadra Corse and the Centro Stile will be happy to work something out for the proper amount of lira.

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