Just like the SVJ 63 coupé, the Roadster variant will be produced in just 63 numbered units too, to commemorate the company’s founding year of 1963.
Alongside the SVJ 63 Roadster, the Italian sports car builder also paid tribute to its endurance motorsport victories with the unveiling of the Huracán EVO GT Celebration and will be producing a run of just 36 examples.
This is in tribute to the Huracán's dual victories of 2018 and 2019 at the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring ‒ 36 is the sum time of the two famous endurance races, also known as the “36 Hours of Florida”.
With the Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster, Lamborghini’s Centro Stile design team and Ad Personam department collaborated to create eight exclusive new design expressions that comprise of an exotic exterior and interior, unique to the Roadster version of the SVJ 63.
The exterior styling is specifically developed for the Roadster model, with a matt or shiny carbon fibre upper part that includes roof, engine cover, engine air vents, windscreen rim and wing mirrors.
A new matt titanium finish features on the Leirion forged rims and the car carries the SVJ 63 livery, as well as a ‘1 of 63’ numbered plate.
Inside, three colour schemes in Alcantara, featuring carbon fibre elements throughout the cockpit, are complemented by Lamborghini’s patented lightweight CarbonSkin.
A badge on the steering wheel endorses the car as one of a limited edition, as does a ‘63’ logo on the rear wall in Alcantara and CarbonSkin.
The car is shown on the concept lawn in Pebble Beach in a matt grey Grigio Acheso, set off by the dominance of the visible carbon fibre exterior elements.
Details in orange Arancio Dac include SVJ and ‘63’ logos, with the matt titanium rims featuring an Arancio central locking plate.
Inside, it's tri-tone Alcantara upholstery in Grigio Octans (grey), Grigio Cronus (grey) and Arancio Dryope (orange) which are combined with carbon fibre and CarbonSkin.
The carbon fibre sports seats are finished with white Q-Citura cross stitching while the ‘63’ logo behind the seats in carbon fibre and lasered Alcantara reminds the occupants of the exclusivity of this SVJ Roadster.
While sporting the ‘Super Veloce’ for superfast and ‘Jota’ suffix signifying the car’s performance and track prowess, its coupé stablemate took the Nürburgring-Nordschleife production car record.
With an output of 770PS at 8,500rpm and 720Nm of torque at 6,750rpm on tap, accelerating from 0 to 100kph takes 2.9 seconds (100 to 0kph requires 31m to stop) thanks to a weight-to-power ratio of 2.05kg per horsepower, before reaching a top speed of 350kph.
The Aventador SVJ Roadster’s 63 units are already sold to collectors worldwide, with delivery from 2020 onwards.
As for the Huracán EVO GT Celebration, the design evokes the livery of the GRT Grasser Racing Team, which along with Paul Miller Racing brought Lamborghini the four victories, characterized by the combination of Verde Egeria green and Arancio Aten orange.
The three colours have been created by Lamborghini Ad Personam in collaboration with the Centro Stile, with which three other colours can be combined for the livery, for a total of nine combinations.
The car’s racing look is underscored by both the hexagons on the doors and front hood that frame the number “11”, inspired by the number plates for racing cars, and by the 20-inch single-nut wheels that can be combined with coloured brake callipers.
On request, the body can be personalized with the Lamborghini Squadra Corse shield, applied on the roof and framed by the Italian and U.S. flags, and laurel wreaths placed on the rear fender.
Additionally, the side members are decorated with identification plates “Daytona 24” and “Sebring 12”; the driver’s side B-Pillar features a carbon fibre plate with the inscription “1 of 36”.
The interior features other exclusive details such as upholstery in Alcantara with contrasting stitching in the same colour as the livery; and the hexagonal plate with shield, flags and laurel, situated between the new racing seats, making their debut on the Huracán EVO GT Celebration.
This limited edition of the Lamborghini coupé, powered by the same naturally aspirated V10 engine used in the racing car, is only available for the North American market, and the first deliveries are planned for early 2020.
Next on Lamborghini's list will be the Urus which will soon be available in one of the many new colours soon, a typical Lamborghini orange colour, Arancio Borealis, a four-layer paint emphasizing the depth of the colour which was created in the new paint shop in Sant’Agata in Italy.