Sant Agata Bolognese, Italy – The Lamborghini Squadra Corse Motorsport Division has fired its original one-time disposable vehicle and probably will not be the last, as the company says it paves the way for "further personalized development projects".
The SC18 is technically correct on the road, but we can hardly suppose, with Lamborghini claiming it was designed primarily for use on the road.
For this purpose, it features "extreme aerodynamics" in the form of a huge carbon fiber wing with three levels of adjustment, as well as front airbags, side and rear bumpers, blondes and airbags inspired by cars Huracan Evo GT3 and Super Trofeo.
It is also lighter than regular Aventador due to the new body of carbon fibers (in Daiton Graya with various red accents) and the wide use of ultra-light components.
Below the hood is the most powerful performance of the Lamborghini 6.5-liter V12 model, essentially the same as Aventador SVR with 566kV delivered at 8500rpm and 720Nm to 6750.
Without counting the performance, they have not yet been released, but given the weight reduction, it's definitely possible that this road racer will beat the SVR at 2.8 seconds 0-100 km / h.
The SC18 also gets some exclusive touches on the inside, including carbon fiber seats, a black Alcantara wrap with red cross stitching and a telemetry system that measures "all aspects of performance" on the track.