The Aventador wants to do some blitzing of its own, and so the Italian engineers recently arrived at the Nurburgring with this interesting prototype. At first glance, it looks like your "average" yellow supercar, but it could be the testbed for the next SuperVeloce.
The first clue is that the wheels are race-oriented central lockers wrapped in semi-slick rubber. It's also got new aero bits attached to the front bumper and a piece of metal attached to the middle of the rear wing.
The changes are so small that we actually didn't notice them the first time we saw the car go round the Nurburgring a couple of days ago. It was aggressively targeting the famous Karussell, scraping its underside in some place. What seemed to be a rich person not caring is actually a time attack attempt to see how good the Aventador SV is compared to the regular car.
If this were a VW Golf, we could expect to see it ready by Frankfurt, but since the Italians make one new V12 ever decade, we'll have to wait for the SV a bit longer.