With just a few weeks to go before Lamborghini’s first hybrid super sports car comes out, the Italian company is celebrating its famous naturally-aspirated V12 with the Invencible coupé and Auténtica roadster. 

These two unique, one-off cars show off the brand’s DNA and represent the pinnacle of Lamborghini’s exclusive focus on personalizing its range of hyper cars.
Invencible and Auténtica, created by Lamborghini Centro Stile, pay homage to three of Lamborghini’s most iconic designs: the Sesto Elemento, a tribute to lightness and motorsport distinguished by a large rear wing; the Reventón, with its distinctive aeronautical style; and the Veneno, which pushes the boundaries of aerodynamic perfection.

Both vehicles have a Sant’Agata Bolognese-produced carbon fiber monocoque from the Aventador, as well as a full carbon body that uses Lamborghini-developed design and technological innovations that have been successfully tested in race. The imposing bonnet is a carryover from the Essenza SCV12, as is the prominent front splitter, which features vertical struts for the best effective airflow management.

The revolutionary hexagonal LED running lights on the front and rear light assembly are the focal point. The air intakes on the bonnet are evocative of those on the Sesto Elemento, and the inconel-tipped center triple exhaust follows the same design cues. 

Both vehicles’ interiors have a simple dashboard enhanced by hexagonal air vents that were 3D printed, and no instrumentation on the console. . A digital readout with specific graphics for each car is installed in the carbon fiber-finished cockpit. 

The Invincible and Auténtica are the final vehicles made by Lamborghini with a longitudinally mounted 12-cylinder, 6.5-liter engine. The ultimate tribute to the outgoing Lamborghini V12 powertrain produces 780 horsepower and 720 Newton-meters of torque at 6,750 rpm linked to a seven-speed ISR transmission, four-wheel drive, and the Lamborghini Dynamic Steering system that controls all four wheels.