Production of the Detroit giant’s second-generation speed machine will end this year.
The 2023 model variant is fit with what’s touted as the most powerful naturally aspirated V-8 engine in a production car.
The reworked supercar was the marque’s fastest grand tourer of the 1980s.
The marque had to build 15 more examples after the Felicity Ace cargo ship sunk earlier this year.
Superlatives don’t begin to describe the 14 exceptional vehicles on display at the new show.
Aside from the 630 planned for distribution, 63 custom examples, priced at $83,000, will be reserved for Lamborghini owners.
The 2022 edition of the revered car contest also celebrated the 100th anniversary of both Lincoln and Le Mans, and raised $2.7 million for charity.