Shortly before the company introduced the Lamborghini SC20, a unique model was tested in Monza. This prototype can be seen in a bright orange-black color scheme. It doesn’t have a passenger seat. The Lamborghini engineer behind the wheel was also quite cautious about things, and at one stage you can even see him nodding to the photospray who shot this video.
In the video, you can hear how the car’s exhaust system cracks and cracks when switching to a lower gear.
The Lamborghini SC20 is powered by a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine that produces 760 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and 720 Nm of torque at 6,750 rpm. While this engine isn’t as crazy as the 6.5-liter V12 under the hood of the Essenza SCV12, another special model from Lamborghini’s squadra Corse racing division, the SC20 is actually allowed to drive on city streets, whereas the SCV12 can only drive on track.
When developing the SC20, Lamborghini drew inspiration from models such as the Diablo VT Roadster, Aventador J, Veneno Roadster and Concept S. At the front, the car has the same splitter and hood as the Huracan GT3 Evo, while at the rear there is an obvious resemblance to the Lamborghini Sian. The latter was released in a limited edition, including similar taillights and rear diffuser.
The striking bodywork is decorated with Bianco Fu paint, contrasting with various blue Cepheus accents. The white and black exterior trim continues in the cabin and is accompanied by various Nero Cosmus components (black).