Lamborghini’s motorsport division – Squadra Corse – has been let loose to build a track-only, V12-engined hypercar, the first glimpse of which you can see above.
What do we know so far? Well, if you look hard at the image above and you’ll be able to see a roof scoop, front splitter and huge rear wing, as well as some seriously sharp lines. Lamborghini’s designers obviously had no road regulations to worry about, and apparently the as-yet-unnamed hypercar won’t be going racing any time soon, so FIA rules can’t contain it either.
Under the bonnet will be a revised version of the Aventador’s 6.5-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine. Said engine was already turned up a notch for the road-going Aventador SVJ of course, where it produced 759bhp, but Squadra Corse has apparently managed to extract a terrifying 830bhp.
That power will be sent to the wheels via a six-speed sequential Xtrac transmission, and there’s a mechanical self-locking diff that can be altered depending on the circuit and track conditions. The engine is housed in a steel rollcage, the front is an aluminium frame and there’s a carbonfibre monocoque in the middle.