It’s a VT model, which means its the first one to have AWD, basically the father of all Lambos today. But it’s a bit different than the cars today, as it had a viscous diff that directed power only when the rear slipped.
The VT 6.0, released for sale for the 2000 model year, was the result of that design and featured significant styling changes both inside and out. When stock, this one was supposed to have 557 PS (529 hp) from its 6.0-liter V12, but it’s been tuned by SP Engineering and has racing exhaust, so it should be more like 600 hp. The video was posted by Allandiablo, who says that this is the only pearl white 6.0 in the US.