Lamborghini has built numerous one-off models over the years, but this newest one could be its wildest yet. Meet the SC20, a raging bull with a V12 heart but has no roof, windshield, or even side windows. Don't be fooled by the name though, it's not related to the SCV12 Lamborghini revealed earlier this year. While the other is a track-only machine, this SC20 is a road-legal car.

One-off Lamborghini SC20 has no need for a roof or windshield image

The name SC20 was derived from Lamborghini's Squadra Corse division (hence the SC in the name). What's interesting about this one-off is that the design was based on the customer's wishes. Lamborghini says the client was involved in the project from the very first sketches. As a result, the final vehicle design looks exactly as he wished.

One-off Lamborghini SC20 has no need for a roof or windshield image

Despite being built according to customer spec, the Lamborghini says the SC20 was inspired by other models including the Diablo VT Roadster, Aventador J, Veneno Roadster, and the Gallardo-based Concept S. The result? This wild Lamborghini with tons of angles, scoops, vents, and strakes finished in Bianco Fu white paint contrasted by Blu Cephus and carbon fiber accents. All of the aero is functional too. The giant rear wing is adjustable. Meanwhile, the front splitter and hood intakes are inspired by the Lamborghini Huracan GT3 racecar.

One-off Lamborghini SC20 has no need for a roof or windshield image

Inside, the cabin looks similar to that of the Centenario. There is a large touchscreen paired with numerous hexagonal design details. Black Alcantara covers nearly all of the interior's surface combined with white and black accents.

One-off Lamborghini SC20 has no need for a roof or windshield image

Lamborghini did not reveal a lot of technical details regarding the SC20. The Italian marque only said that the SC20 uses a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine producing 770 PS and 720 Nm torque. An optimized 7-speed automatic gearbox then sends power to all four wheels. These are the same as what you would find in the current Aventador albeit with more power.

No price tag was announced for the SC20, but it surely costs a lot more than a standard Aventador Roadster. There's also no chance for others to buy it either since it is a one-off.