From the Veneno, to the Egoista and the Aventador J, Lamborghini has built some truly eye-widening limited-edition supercars — and now, its racing division is getting in on the act with a very special one-off creation.

Squadra Corse was approached by one lucky (and we presume very affluent) customer to commission a more extreme version of the Aventador SVJ. They were only too happy to oblige and came up with this, the SC18 Alston.

Designed for the track but road legal too, it features a carbon-fibre aero package which borrows elements from the Huracán GT3 Evo such as the front hood air intakes while the side and rear fenders, the fins and the scoops were inspired by the Huracán Super Trofeo EVO. The wing, a three-stanchion job, looks like it came off the Veneno while we see a resemblance in the taillight pattern and valance curve to the Centenario. It rides on 20in wheels wrapped with sticky Pirelli P Zero tyres and the whole thing is finished in Grigio Daytona and drenched with red accents. It looks like it’s ready to rip the tarmac up to shreds — and with the power coming from the SVJ’s untouched 6.5-litre V12 mated to a seven-speed ISR gearbox — it probably will. It has 770 horses and 720Nm of torque and will sound much angrier thanks to a new exhaust system.

 The interior is covered in Nero Ade Alcantara with red cross-stitching, and it has a pair of carbon fibre bucket seats.