If there's one thing Lamborghini has proven over the past handful of years, it's that this Italian supercar manufacturer really knows how to get customers to pay up.

With a slew of limited run, specialty vehicles the raging bull has been able to do some impressive things (e.g., the Sesto Elemento, Veneno, etc.). But how will the Lamborghini team do it this time around?

Well, this time it's going to take a different approach. Seemingly taking a page out of Ferrari's exclusive, in-house developmental program dubbed Corse Clienti, Lamborghini is going to create a bonkers track-only vehicle.

According to Lamborghini this to-be-named auto is going to produce 830 horsepower from a 6.5-liter V12 that's naturally aspirated. Sound familiar? While we can't decipher exact details from the clip Lamborghini has released, it's clearly going to leverage lessons learned from racing technology.

That will include canards, going sans headlights, a roof-mounted snorkel and what appears to be a massive spoiler.

Stay tuned for a reveal, which we expect to happen soon.

It will be produced in a limited edition, with aerodynamic and mechanical specifications designed to bring out the best of the iconic 6.5-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine that delivers 830hp. The event previews a number of particularities of the car, including the large rear wing, the airscoop on the roof, and the racing front hood with dual air intakes.

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TEASED! Lamborghini Set To Reveal All-new, Track-only Hypercar With A V12 And 800-plus Horsepower

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