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Though Lamborghini is very excited by its new Huracan and polishing out the details on the Asterion, the Italian carmaker would like to remind you it still builds the Aventador.

It would also like to remind you it works with Pirelli. When these two reminders come crashing together in a thought bubble, you get the car above: the Aventador LP 700-4 Pirelli Edition.

It’s been built to celebrate a partnership with the tyre manufacturer that stretches back to 1963. As such, the Aventador comes with P-Zero tyres. Obviously.

Then there’s the two-tone colour scheme with two options - a matt finish for the roof/intakes/engine cover and glossy body paint, or vice versa - a thin red stripe running along the car, a Pirelli logo, 20/21in wheels, black Alcantara with contrast red stitching, leather inserts and a ‘Pirelli special series’ plaque inside.

No extra power from its 6.5-litre V12, but with 700 horses, four-wheel drive and a 0-62mph time of just 2.9 second, performance is not a concern.

No word on price, but if you are in the market for a special edition Lambo, you’ll likely have enough. Deliveries will begin next summer. All nice and lovely.

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