Lamborghini has teased a new, track-only, limited edition model developed by its Squadra Corse motorsport division, which will be unveiled only next year. These teasers, along with the Urus ST-X were presented during the Super Trofeo World Final event that took place in Jerez de la Frontera in Spain.

The hypercar is based on the road-going Aventador but with plenty aerodynamic and performance improvements, including a large rear wing made from carbon-fibre, “63” graphics denoting the company’s founding year, dual front cooling intakes on the bonnet, centre-lock wheels, Pirelli tyres and Brembo brakes.

There’s also a prominent roof scoop – also made from carbon-fibre – which feeds air to a 6.5 litre naturally-aspirated V12 engine. As this is meant to be for track use only, the V12 is unrestricted by any pesky regulations, with the Italian carmaker stating a power output of 830 hp. For perspective, the most powerful versions of the Aventador – the SVJ and SVJ Roadster – serve up 770 hp.

The seven-speed ISR semi-automatic transmission has also been ditched in favour of a six-speed sequential Xtrac transmission that also has a structural load-bearing function, as the suspension arms are directly connected to it.

Other improvements include the addition of an aluminium front frame that is bolted to the carbon-fibre monocoque for better safety, and a steel rollcage to increase torsional and bending rigidity. Expect a stripped-out interior with only the essentials and important safety equipment being fitted.

Aside from the unnamed hypercar, Lamborghini also presented the Urus ST-X, which is a racing version of its second SUV that will be raced for the first time during next year’s World Finals in Misano Adriatico.

Retaining the 4.0 litre biturbo V8, the Urus ST-X also gets a number of revisions to make it race-ready, including a carbon-fibre bonnet with additional air intakes, racing exhausts and a carbon-fibre wing. There example you see here is finished in Verde Mantis green, a popular colour for Squadra Corse, and features red accents in various areas. Inside, the cockpit is reinforced by a tubular roll-bar, and is fitted with racing seats and a fire extinguishing system.