The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ has been partially revealed in a front-on image posted by a British dealer this morning, not long before its full unveiling at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
Published on Instagram by H.R. Owen Lamborghini – which has showrooms in London, Manchester and Pangbourne – the image shows a bright green Aventador with unique details compared to the 'standard' S version.
From this picture, we can see a pair of slits in the supercar's nose, along with a revised bumper design with larger intakes than the base car.
We can also see the carbon-fibre rear wing poking out from the back, flanked by a further three intakes that likely channel air through the rear for added downforce.
It appears the interior has special racing bucket seats with a central red stripe, and the side mirrors are made from exposed carbon-fibre.
We'll need to wait for the official reveal for more details, though at this stage we already know the Aventador SVJ will feature an uprated version of the 6.5-litre naturally-aspirated V12 used in all versions of Lamborghini's flagship supercar, tuned to deliver 567kW (760hp).
In addition to the extra grunt, the SVJ will utilise Lamborghini's active aerodynamics technologies which first debuted on the track-focused Huracan Performante, along with recalibrated four-wheel drive, ESC and steering systems.
FInally, the hottest Aventador will be shod with special Pirelli P Zero Corsa tyres that have been developed specifically for the SVJ.
There's no doubt Lamborghini created the Aventador SVJ to tear up the racetrack, already claiming the production car record at the Nurburgring last month – lapping the 'Green Hell' in a blistering 6 minutes 44.97 seconds, or over two seconds quicker than the previous record holder, the Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage of the official reveal over the coming days.