Lamborghini recently unveiled two limited-edition models during Monterey Car Week, which are based on the Aventador SVJ Roadster and Huracan Evo. The company also used the event to reveal one of several new colours for the Urus that customers will be able to order the SUV in.

The first of the two tribute models is the Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster that commemorates the company”s founding year of 1963. Only 63 examples will offered although you can actually buy one new, as all units have already been allocated to collectors worldwide, with delivers set to take place from 2020 onwards.

Being an exclusive model, there are several unique touches to make the SVJ 63 Roadster stand out, starting with a matte or shiny carbon-fibre upper section that encompasses the roof, engine cover, engine air vents, windscreen rim and wing mirrors.

The Leirion forged titanium alloy wheels also sport a matte titanium finish, and is accompanied by SVJ 63 livery and a “1 of 63” numbered plate that is visible from the side window.

Inside, the car can be specified with one of three Alcantara colour schemes, which is complemented by carbon-fibre elements and lightweight CarbonSkin. Further reminders of the model’s exclusivity can be found on the steering wheel, along with a “63” logo on the rear wall in Alcantara and CarbonSkin.

The example you see here, which was also presented at the event’s concept lawn in Pebble Beach, is finished in matte grey Grigio Acheso, with visible carbon-fibre items, orange Arancio Dac SVJ and “63” logos, with an Arancio central locking plate for the wheels.

It also gets tri-tone Alcantara upholstery in Grigio Octans (grey), Grigio Cronus (grey) and Arancio Dryope (orange), with white Q-Citura stitching for the seats. Lamborghini offers up to eight design concepts for the SVJ 63 Roadster, with further personalisation available through its Ad Personam programme.

There are no mechanical changes here, with the SVJ 63 still retaining the 6.5 litre NA V12 and seven-speed Independent Shifting Road (ISR) gearbox and Haldex four-wheel drive system. The mill serves up 770 PS and 720 Nm of torque, allowing for a zero to 100 km/h time of 2.9 seconds and top speed of over 350 km/h.

Next up is the Huracan Evo GT Celebration, which pays tribute to the Huracan GT3 Evo race car that triumphed at the 24 Hours of Daytona and the 12 Hours of Sebring for two consecutive seasons under GRT Grasser Racing Team and Paul Miller Racing.

The design is inspired by the livery of those teams, with a combination of Verde Egeria green and Arancio Aten orange on the exterior of this unit. Three other body colours are also available, with which three other colors can be combined for the livery, for a total of nine combinations.

The racing look is underscored by hexagons on the doors and front hood that frame the number “11”, inspired by the number plates for racing cars, and by the 20-inch single-nut wheels that can be combined with colored brake calipers.

Upon request, Lamborghini will also throw in the Lamborghini Squadra Corse shield framed by the Italian and United State flags on the roof, as well as and laurel wreaths placed on the rear fender. Additionally, the side members are decorated with identification plates “Daytona 24” and “Sebring 12,” while a carbon fiber plate with the inscription “1 of 36” can be found near the B-pillar.

The interior is outfitted with Alcantara upholstery with contrasting stitching in the same colour as the livery, and the and the hexagonal plate with shield, flags and laurel, situated between racing seats. The limited-edition Huracan Evo model is powered by the same V10 engine used in the racing car, and is only available for the North American market, with first deliveries planned for early 2020.

Lastly, the Urus is now available with a typical Lamborghini orange color, Arancio Borealis, which is applied in four layers to emphasise the depth of the color.