Lamborghini has unveiled the “SC18”, the first one-off model in the history of the Italian brand’s motorsport division.
Developed by Lamborghini Squadra Corse in conjunction with an unnamed customer, the supercar is road approved but designed primarily for use on the track.
The designers from Centro Stile Lamborghini say the car features extreme aerodynamics, developed specifically for this model and derived from Squadra Corse’s experience in competition.
The racing elements start from the front hood, with air intakes in the style of the Huracán GT3 EVO; the sides and rear feature fenders, fins and airscoops are inspired by the Huracán Super Trofeo EVO. The aerodynamic system is completed by a large carbon-fibre wing featuring three mechanical adjustments. In addition, the twelve air intakes formed on the rear hood – a solution borrowed from endurance racing cars – increase heat exchange and improve the cooling of the V12 engine.
The latter generates 760 bhp at 8,500 rpm and a torque of 531 lb-ft at 6,750 rpm, all handled via a seven-speed gearbox. The power is combined with reduced weight thanks largely to the new carbon-fibre body.
With ground clearance of just 109 mm, and finished in “Grigio Daytona” grey with red-coloured highlights, the car sits on single nut wheels, 20″ on the front and 21″ on the rear, with specially developed Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres.
On the inside, the cabin features black Alcantara with red cross-stitching, as well as carbon-fibre bucket seats.
Lamborghini says the SC18 paves the way for more bespoke car designs that will be created for its motorsport customers under the Squadra Corse brand.