Lamborghini has built more than a few fantastic automobiles over the years, including many customs and limited editions. But the automaker has never built anything like the SC18 Alston you see here. What makes the SC18 Alston different? This is the first time in history that Lamborghini‘s motorsport division has done a one-off build. Squadra Corse built the SC18 Alston in conjunction with the Centro Stile design division and what we can only assume is an absurdly rich customer to be a true racing car on the track that could also be driven on the street. The Grigio Daytona gray carbon fiber body and Nero Ade black interior are clearly great, but it’s the performance and unique design that make it exceptional. The SC18 Alston is Aventador SVJ-based with additional elements like intakes, fenders, fins and airscoops inspired by the Huracán GT3 EVO and Huracán Super Trofeo EVO. Pair that with a V12 delivering 770 horsepower and 720 Nm of torque with an ISR (Independent Shifting Rod) optimized seven-speed gearbox and it’s easy to imagine how fast and nimble this Batmobile-esque one-off really is.