The Aventador is Lamborghini’s most exclusive open-top offering to date as it will be limited to just 63 units, commemorating the company’s founding year of 1963. The Huracán EVO GT is even rarer at 36 units, which pays homage to the supercar giant’s wins in 2018 and 2019 at the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring — also known as the “36 Hours of Florida.”
Lamborghini’s Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster is equipped with the SV 6.5-litre V12 powerplant, which offers 770 BHP, 531lb ft of torque, 0-62 MPH in 2.9 seconds and a top speed north of 217 MPH. The SVJ 63 is available in matte or shiny carbon fiber, which details the roof and engine covers, as well as its various air vents, the windscreen trim and wing mirrors. Matte titanium forged rims and a host of “63” decals round off this supercar’s design.
The Huracán EVO GT Celebration is even more racing-inspired, featuring a livery which references the GRT Grasser Racing Team design. Three other main colors have been developed by Lamborghini Ad Personam — its exclusive personalization division — which allows for a total of nine limited-edition color combinations. A number of livery options are also available, such as Lamborghini Squadra Corse shields, “Daytona 24” and “Sebring 12” identification plates, as well as carbon fiber B-pillar plates which are inscribed with “1 of 36.” Lastly, Lamborghini has equipped the EVO GT Celebration with the V10 from the Huracán race car.
The limited-edition Lamborghinis have been sold already, with all 36 of them heading to North America. Take a closer look at both supercars above.
In other news, McLaren is developing a two-seat open-cockpit hypercar.