Bad news for owners and future buyers of the latest Lamborghini model: they will not be able to boast as good as they sing with their superb Essence SCV12; he is prohibited on public roads.
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Owners will just have access to a secure webcam feed so they can watch the car whenever they want without being able to drive the new supercar legally on public roads. Thus, customers who have pre-ordered it are invited to ask Lamborghini to keep the vehicle for them in a special garage at the company’s headquarters in Italy.
Lamborghini will arrange for it to be transported to the race track of their choice, anywhere in the world if they wish to drive it. A professional pilot will be made available to use the capabilities of theEssence SCV12 to the maximum of its capacities, reports Le Capital.
However, in order to allow them to exchange and enjoy their cars, special events, bringing together all owners ofEssence SCV12 will be organized throughout the year by the Italian brand.
Only 40 examples of the vehicle have been designed, and although most have already been sold, there are still a few available, Lamborghini chief engineer Maurizio Reggiani said, noting that it is similar in price to other models. offered in limited editions such as the Lamborghini Centenary and the Sian, sold respectively at 1.9 million of dollars and more than 2 million dollars.
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Here is the meaning of Essence SCV12 possessing the V12 the most powerful ever produced by Lamborghini: ” SC” means “Team Corsica ”, or“ racing team ”in Italian, which is also the name of Lamborghini’s motorsport department, founded in 2014.
With a 6.3-liter engine, and more than 818 horsepower, the machine provides the kind of sound and performance that customers expect from Lamborghini, the media said. According to CNN, theare the owners of SCV12 will be treated as if they were professional racing drivers, the manufacturer reportedly said.