Lamborghini Squadra Corse lately teased its most recent track weapon on social media. After giving us a style of the superb Essenza SCV12 tune car, Lamborghini’s racing division is presently working on its next racing car. But this time, the Italian supercar maker is channeling some old vibes in an identical manner as McLaren’s Elva and Ferrari’s Monza SP1 and SP2.
Yes, Lamborghini’s state-of-the-art creation is a speedster. It’s a racing automobile with no roof and no windshield. Details are scarce at the moment, and Lamborghini solely posted a single teaser image of its newest tune toy (albeit wrapped in groovy digital camouflage), however the normal silhouette is difficult to ignore. From the looks of it, Lambo’s most modern racing automobile is an excessive one, and we guess it’ll get the equal naturally-aspirated V12 engine as the Essenza SCV12.
The Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 is outfitted with the most effective V12 engine that Lambo has ever made. It doesn’t have a turbocharger, supercharger, or any kind of mechanical blower to increase strength output, but it does come with special ‘RAM effect’ aero trickery to force-feed air inside the motor. According to Lamborghini, this method acts like a supercharger minus the downsides that go along with traditional forced-induction methods.
The result, as expected, is nothing brief of magnificent. The engine churns out upwards of 830 horsepower, and the aerodynamically-optimized form permits the automobile to produce 2,654 pounds of downforce at 155 mph – greater downforce than in a GT3 racing car.
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But the Essenza SCV12 has a roof and a windshield to divert air closer to its roof-mounted air scoop, feeding its hungry V12 motor. It’s fascinating to locate out if Lambo managed to infuse some aero witchcraft into its roofless advent comparable to the McLaren Elva’s Active Air Management System (AAMS). Lamborghini Squadra Corse is set to expose its most modern tune toy soon, and we guess it’s going to take the supercar world via storm.