Now, according to TheSupercarBlog, news has trickled down that Lamborgini is planning on holding a full reveal of the car on July 29, 2020.
Much like how Italian rival Ferrari has been doing for years now with cars like the FXX, 599XX, and FXX-K, this is expected to be Lamboghini’s first true venture into special track-only cars for the most exclusive of clients.
Developed entirely by Lamborghini’s Squadra Corse racing division, the car has a V12 naturally aspirated engine that is based on the Aventador S engine. However, unlike the Aventador S, this engine produces 820 HP and all of that power is sent to the rear wheels through a 6-speed dual-clutch racing gearbox.
As well, the gigantic rear wing, underbody aerodynamics, and overall body shape is influenced more by Lamborghini GT-series racing cars such as the Huracan GT3, than by any road-going supercar.
While no actual price or production number has been revealed, the rumor mill is expecting well north of $1 million and less than 50 for each category, respectively.