Lamborghini has introduced its latest car called the Essenza SCV12, which owners will not be able to drive legally on the roads. For this reason, if you buy a car, Lamborghini recommends that you allow the company to store it for you in a special garage at its headquarters in Italy.
Owners will have access to a camera and will be able to admire their car whenever they want. If they want to drive the car, Lamborghini will arrange its transportation to almost every track in the world, and the owner will be able to drive it there.
Lamborghini will also provide a professional car racer who will give advice on how to get maximum speed and pleasure from the car. The company will also organize several special events during the year, at which the owners of Essenza SCV12 will be able to gather and enjoy their cars as a group.
Only 40 units of the new model will be produced. Contracts have already been signed for the sale of most of them, but there are still a few available, Lamborghini chief engineer Maurizio Reggani told CNN Money.
Lamborghini has not announced a price for the Essenza SCV12, but he says it will be similar to the prices of other limited models such as the Lamborghini Centenario and Sián, which sold for $ 1.9 million and over $ 2 million, respectively.
“This car is like a special passport for Lamborghini’s most exclusive world,” says Regani.
The Essenza SCV12 is equipped with the most powerful V12 engine the company has ever produced. The 6.3-liter engine has a maximum power of 818 horsepower.
The Essenza SCV12 is rear-wheel drive, unlike most Lamborghini models, which are all-wheel drive. The car has a new six-speed gearbox and feathers to shift gears, which will be used in other future Lamborghini models.
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SCV12 is not designed to comply with road safety regulations worldwide, but it does comply with the rules of the International Automobile Federation (FIA).
The car can be in the color that the customer wants, but Lamborghini also offers it in a special racing color, which includes the logos of sponsors. The rectangular steering wheel of the car has a built-in display and is similar to those of Formula 1.
A special Lamborghini team will take care of the cars, organize their transport to different tracks and help the owners learn how to drive them. In practice, SCV12 owners will be treated as professional racing pilots, but will not compete.
Lamborghini will host five track events for SCV12 owners in each of the first three years, one of which will be free of charge.