Lamborghini arrived at the Monterey Car Week with a limited edition version of the Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster that was created as a tribute to the Italian marquee’s founding year, 1963. Based on the standard SVJ Roadster, only 63 of these will be built and they’re all sold out. The newest creation comes from the automaker’s Ad Personam department and is mechanically identical to the standard model; which means, the drop-top is powered by a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 that churns out 760 horsepower. In terms of aesthetic updates, the supercar rides on a set of center-lock matte titanium wheels and will be available with matte or shiny carbon fiber on the windshield frame, engine cover and roof. A total of eight liveries have been specially created for the Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster; the one seen in the pictures features matte gray Grigio Acheso paint with dark orange accents. The grey and orange theme continues inside the cabin which gets plenty of carbon fiber and Alcantara trim.
The SVJ 63 Roadster wasn’t the only special car Lamborghini brought to Pebble Beach. It was joined by the Huracan Evo GT Celebration, a special edition that pays tribute to the Grasser Racing Team and its race wins at the 24 Hours of Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring two years in a row – a first for any manufacturer. Limited to just 36 examples, it gets green-and-orange paint scheme inspired by the livery of the Grasser Racing Huracan GT3, along with the number 11 painted on the car. A plaque commemorating the Sebring and Daytona victories can be found inside the cabin. Lamborghini didn’t mention if the special edition is also sold out like the SVJ 63 Roadster or still available for sale; neither did it reveal any information on its pricing.