Unveiled last week at Pebble Beach's Concours d'Elegance, the Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster's very name indicates just how exclusive the Italian supercar will be: Only 63 people will have the luxury of owning one. That number honors of the Italian' marque's founding in 1963.
Aside from the "SVJ 63" livery, stylish elements developed for this model in particular include a carbon fiber upper, engine cover, air vents, windshield rim and wing mirrors—all of which are available in a matte or shiny finish—as well as a new matte titanium finish on the wheel's forged rims.
The limited colorway bleeds into the cockpit, which features carbon fiber seats swathed in a combo of gray and orange Alcantara upholstery with Q-Citura cross stitching and an embroidered "63" logo.
Beneath all of those strikingly angular lines is the same tuned-up version of Lambo's 770-horsepower, naturally aspirated V12 that powers the "standard" SVJ Roadster.
A sprint to 62 mph still takes just under 3 seconds, and it'll officially max out 217 mph, though Car and Driver is pretty sure that the actual top speed is even faster.
Sadly, every Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster is already spoken for. Don't be too bummed—the flagship's unannounced replacement with a rumored 800 hp is on the way.