The 2021 Lamborghini SC20 has been officially unveiled.
The second one-off model developed by Lamborghini's Squadra Corse racing division – following the SC18 Alston of 2018 – the road-legal SC20 combines the on-track performance of the raging bull brand's race cars with an open-top, speedster-like driving experience.
Penned by Lamborghini's Centro Stile design centre, the SC20's styling draws inspiration from open-top models of the brand's past, including the Diablo VT Roadster, Aventador J, Veneno Roadster and Concept S.
Up front, a deep lower splitter flanked by large fins sits below aggressive vertical headlights and Huracan GT3 Evo-inspired 'bonnet' air intakes, while the rear is home to Sian-like tail-lights and a large, adjustable carbon-fibre rear wing with Low, Medium and 'High Load' positions.
The SC20's sculpted sides are reportedly inspired by the Essenza SCV12 unveiled earlier this year, while the exterior is finished in a customer-selected combination of a Bianco Fu (white) base finish, with Blu Cepheus (blue) accents and exposed carbon-fibre features.
The exterior colour scheme continues inside the cabin, with passengers sitting in Alcantara and leather-trimmed carbon-fibre bucket seats with blue accents, complemented by exposed carbon-fibre for the dashboard cover, rear firewall, door cards, centre console and steering wheel trim.
The door handles have been machined from solid aluminium, while the interior air vents are 3D printed.
According to Lamborghini, the open-top hypercar's carbon-fibre body has been "polished and slicked down by hand by the Lamborghini aerodynamic engineers to deliver optimal airflow for both performance and the cockpit’s occupants, ensuring comfortable open-air driving even at high speeds".
Filling the SC20's arches are 20-inch front and 21-inch rear centre-locking aluminium alloy wheels, wrapped in Pirelli P Zero Corsa performance tyres.
Powering the speedster is the familiar 6.5-litre naturally-aspirated V12 shared with the Aventador and a range of previous Lamborghini one-offs, developing 566kW of power and 720Nm of torque.
It's mated to a seven-speed, single-clutch 'automated manual' transmission, sending drive to all four wheels through an electronically-controlled centre differential. No performance figures have been announced.
The identity of the SC20's lucky new owner hasn't been confirmed, nor has the price they paid for the one-off two-seater.
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