These two cars were styled by Lamborghini Centro Stile and pay tribute to masterpieces of Lamborghini design.
Although some purists might be waving their fists in the air, this Japan-based Lamborghini has received modifications that can quite easily be reversed to factory offering.
This is probably not far from the real deal and if this is accurate, we will not be complaining as it looks seriously good.
Lamborghini comes from ‘off-road’ roots with tractors but the Huracán Sterrato is unlike any other Lambo before it.
They are planning to build 8 units depending on the demand and although we don’t know the price we can safely assume that it will be extremely large.
It has the lowest top speed of any Lamborghini since the monstrous LM002 off-roader went out of production.
TopGear recently got their hands on the EV hypercar and popped Chris Harris behind the wheel.
So is the last Aventador the quickest one in a straight line?
Which would you pick from this lineup if it could only be one?
Visual tweaks appear to have been modelled after the Performante.