Lamborghini Aventador J
📸: Photo courtesy of Autoblog.com
As we've seen with the two previous posts, the Lamborghini Aventador, the marque's top of the line V12 powered flagship, has served as the basis for a number of limited edition specials. First released in 2011, the Aventador has evolved over the years, getting faster and more powerful with each new iteration. The single rarest version of the Aventador has to be the J model, which was named after the one off Jota, a 1970s stunner based on the iconic Miura.
📸: Photo by Steve Havelock for Supercars.net
The Miura Jota was created to confirm to technical specifications listed in FIA's Appendix "J" of their racing regulations. The car above is a recreation of that test mule.
📸: Photo courtesy Topcarrating.com
Stunning from every angle, the Aventador J requires serious commitment from the driver, since protection from a the windscreen is non-existent.
📸: Photo courtesy of RoadandTrack.com
Lamborghini only produced two of these spectacular cars.