Meet the SC18: Lamborghini's sinister one-off Aventador

Lamborghini is known for making insane exotic supercars and the Lamborghini SC18 Alston suits that category like a glove. It was developed by the Lamborghini Squadra Corse Racing division as a request from a customer.

Just because it is going to be a one-off doesn't mean they haven't paid any attention to detail with this monster. The carbon fibre body has design clues from a few of Lamborghinis other supercars . Such as the hood, fenders, fins, air scoop were inspired from the Huracan GT3 and the Trofeo Evo race cars.

Those of you may have even seen that the back has a very similar design to the Lamborghini Centenario's with long, thin taillights that splits at either end and a gigantic diffuser.

This mid-engined hypercar was totally breed for the conquer the track with paying even attention to the rear carbon fibre spoiler that will have three different mechanical adjustment points.

Don't think those 12 intakes it has in total are just for show because each one is designed to feed air into the engine and cooling systems. This time with the engine it will be a seven-speed gearbox with a 6.5-litre naturally inspired V12 that will help this beast produce 770 hp.

Currently there is no information regarding the top speed but hopefully that will be revealed soon. But there is one thing you have to admit is that this is a true engineering marvel and that it looks like something that will murder you when you least suspect it.

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Comments (14)
  • looks like there was a crazy orgy in the Lamborghini factory that night, I still wonder why you would make one off car if you can`t drive it on the track neither on the street since you risk crashing it in a heartbeat.

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  • So it's basically to the aventador what the sesto elemento was to the Gallardo. Just a murdered stripped out car

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