Invincible and Authentic: a couple of One-Offs to say goodbye to Lamborghini’s V12

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They are, according to Lamborghini, the farewell for its atmospheric V12 before it is replaced by a new V12 hybrid that will arrive with its next flagship. A couple of One-Offs arrive from Sant’Agata Bolognese to say goodbye to their iconic engine: with all of you, the Lamborghini Invincible and the Lamborghini Autentica.

Created by Lamborghini Centro Stile and with the two owners involved in this process from the beginning, the new models look to the brand’s recent past for inspiration: in them we can recognize elements of the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, Reventón or Veneno. Their starting point is the Aventador and, therefore, they are built on its carbon fiber monocoque chassis, which they have also used in several limited production special editions.

The ‘heart’ of the two One-Off

It is not its only point in common with the Lamborghini Aventador. Both the Invincible and the Autentica are powered by the naturally aspirated 6.5-litre V12 which, like the Ultimae, develops 780PS and has a maximum torque of 720Nm. A power that is transmitted to all four wheels through a seven-speed ISR transmission: they are also equipped with the Lamborghini Dynamic Steering system that provides four-wheel steering.

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Despite having different names, they resemble the coupe and roadster variants of the Lamborghini Aventador: They share most of the body elements with them, although there are others (such as the roof, parts of the rear or aerodynamic details) that are different. The Invincible Lamborghini sports the Rosso Efesto on its body, matching the exposed carbon fiber parts. The Lamborghini Autentica, meanwhile, is painted in Grigio Titans with Matt Black and details in Giallo Auge.

aesthetic differences

Despite having different names, they resemble the coupe and roadster variants of the Lamborghini Aventador: with them they share most of the elements of the bodywork, although there are others (such as the roof, parts of the rear or aerodynamic details) that are different. The Invincible Lamborghini sports the Rosso Efesto on its body, matching the exposed carbon fiber parts. The Lamborghini Autentica, meanwhile, is painted in Grigio Titans with Matt Black and details in Giallo Auge.

The front of both have a sharp and low shape with arrow-shaped headlights and a prominent front spoiler. The vented hood is reminiscent of the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12, created solely for the racetrack. In the profile it is easy to see that the proportions show its connection to the Aventador, although the differences are evident, for example, in the side air intakes, which are larger, or in the wheel arches, which have a certain touch of the Countach. . The alloy wheels, by the way, are single nut and their design seems to draw a spider web.

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The rear is the most personalized and futuristic part. It has two optical groups formed, each one, by three hexagon-shaped LED lights. In the middle of both, but in a lower position, the triple exhaust outlet appears. The bumper is integrated and the air vents are multiplied, typical of track-focused Lamborghini models. The Invincible has a fixed rear wing similar to the Sesto Elemento, while the Autentica features double winglets and two domes behind the headrests.

Inside the Invincible and Authentic Lamborghini

In it inside, The Lamborghini Invincible features a combination of Rosso Efesto, Rosso Alara leather and Nero Cosmus Alcantara accents. The Lamborghini Autentica follows the chromatic style of the exterior by mixing Nero Ade leather, Alcantara with a two-tone Nero Cosmus finish and Grigio Octans and Giallo Taurus for the seams.

The basic design is similar to other Lamborghini models, but the details are in charge of marking the distances for the Invincible and the Autentica: the air vents are hexagonal (like the taillights), there is a considerable dose of carbon fiber and they have a digital instrument cluster with unique graphics for each model. Also noteworthy is the absence of a central screen for the non-existent infotainment system.

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