Lamborghini has pulled the covers off its latest special model, which commemorates the supercar maker's 50th year of partnership with that other Italian performance icon, Pirelli.
The Aventador Pirelli Edition is mechanically identical to a regular Aventador LP700-4, and there are no changes to the output of its 515kW/690Nm 5.6 litre V12.
Rather, the key differences are cosmetic, with the Pirelli Edition featuring a matte black turret with red accent stripes and track-compound Pirelli P-Zero tyres.
Think matte finishes are soooo 2012? Lamborghini can make those parts gloss black instead.
Buyers can opt for one of six different body colours, while brake calipers will be painted bright red (unless the body colour is red, in which case you get yellow calipers).
Inside you'll find Alcantara-trimmed seats with red contrast stitching and Lamborghini and Pirelli motifs. The red stripe also continues on the underside of the roof and on the seats.
The Lamborghini Aventador Pirelli Edition will only be available in limited numbers though Lamborghini has yet to announce precisely how many will be built and precisely how much they'll cost.
There's also no word on if any will be available in right-hand drive for Australia, however Lamborghini confirms the Pirelli Edition will be available in both coupe and roadster form.
For those with the dosh, the order books are open now and deliveries are expected to begin towards the middle of 2015..