Feast your eyes on the Invencible coupé and Auténtica roadster.
Lamborghini has just revealed the two one-off cars to celebrate the naturally-aspirated V12.
The Italian marque says the Invencible and Auténtica both pay tribute to masterpieces of Lamborghini design including the Aventador, the Sesto Elemento, Reventon and Veneno.
Let’s take a look.
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For starters, both new cars share the same carbon fiber monocoque as the Aventador.
Meanwhile, the imposing hood reprises that of the Essenza SCV12, along with the pronounced front splitter with vertical struts.
On the hood, the air intakes are reminiscent of those on the Sesto Elemento.
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Both cars are powered by the 6.5-liter V12 and produce a staggering 769 hp.
The final salute to the outgoing Lamborghini V12 powertrain is mated to a seven-speed ISR gearbox with four-wheel drive.
Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann described the V12 engine as “one of the pillars of our history and our marque’s success”.
“As we head towards embracing a new era of hybridization at the heart of our Cor Tauri strategy, this is the Lamborghini way of celebrating the naturally aspirated V12,” he said.
Invencible coupé and Auténtica roadster interior
The interior of both cars is defined by clean minimalism.
The dashboard is enhanced by hexagonal 3D printed air vents and no instrumentation on the console.
The Italian supercar maker said the design was paired back to focus attention on weight and pure driving enjoyment.
The cockpit itself is framed in carbon fiber, with a digital readout featuring dedicated graphics for each car.
On the classic scissor doors, two prominent hexagonal tricolors serve as a tribute to the Italian flag.
This is echoed on the door linings and the steering wheel.
The Invencible and Auténtica are the very last cars produced by Lamborghini that will be equipped with a 12-cylinder 6.5-liter engine mounted longitudinally in the rear.
Lamborghini will now officially transition to a hybrid era.
Both the Invencible and Auténtica are one-offs, and as such Lamborghini hasn’t revealed a price for either one of them.