Lamborghini may have a decent range of sports cars to choose from, but if you’re in the mood for something particularly exclusive – and have the means to pay for it – the automaker isn’t averse to building one-off custom cars. The SC20 by Squadra Corsa is the latest example of that, handiwork of Lamborghini’s motorsport division. It was built for one very lucky owner with a key principle in mind: make a road-legal track car with all the smarts from Lamborghini’s recent aerodynamic learnings.
The result lacks a windshield, and a roof, but they’re probably the least noticeable features. Various recent – and classic – Lamborghini models inspired details across the SC20, including the side sculpting and the hood scoops. Hand-made from carbon fiber, it’s finished in a bespoke white paint with blue detailing.
Inside, there’s solid milled aluminum, Alcantara, and leather, along with plenty of exposed carbon fiber. Powering the whole thing is Lamborghini’s iconic 6.5-liter V12 engine, putting down its 759 horsepower via all-wheel drive. Just don’t expect to see this rarity in dealerships, as Lamborghini Squadra Corsa is only making the one.