Lamborghini has just announced the Invencible coupe, one of two unique, one-off vehicles that pay tribute to the marque's history of naturally-aspirated V12 engines. The Invencible is designed by Lamborghini Centro Stile and represents the company's concept of personalization and bespoke design.

The Invencible features a carbon fiber monocoque and bodywork, sharing the same materials as the Aventador. The hexagonal design motif is prominently featured, starting with the hexagonal LED running lights on the front and rear light assembly. The air intakes on the bonnet and central triple exhaust with Inconel tips are reminiscent of the Sesto Elemento.

The interior of the Invencible is minimalist with clean lines, dominated by a carbon fiber cockpit and hexagonal 3D-printed air vents. The cabin is designed to be light and focus attention on pure driving enjoyment. The Invencible is finished with a dominant shade of red and carbon-look elements, contrasting with the Rosso Alala leather and Nero Cosmus Alcantara upholstery. The dashboard features a Lamborghini logo in Rosso Efesto, and the gearshift paddles on the steering wheel are also in this color.

The Invencible is powered by a 12-cylinder 6.5L engine that delivers  769 hp (780 CV) and 720 Nm of torque. This engine is the last of its kind to be produced by Lamborghini before the transition to hybrid technology. The Invencible is a unique representation of Lamborghini's design heritage and a celebration of the outgoing V12 powertrain.
12-cylinder 6.5L engine
769 hp
780 ps
720 Nm

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