As you are probably already aware, Lamborghini is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. To mark the occasion we’ve already seen the automaker roll out a 50th anniversary Aventador, the new Veneno supercar and the Egoista concept car. Lamborghini also organized an epic rally that saw owners and fans from all across the globe drive its supercars all over Italy.
For this weekend’s 2013 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Lamborghini will be continuing the celebrations by showcasing its very first prototype, the 1963 350 GTV, as well as its latest Veneno supercar, which will be built in a run of just four examples.
This will be the first showing of the Veneno in the U.S., where two of only three examples sold to the public will eventually end up. The third will end up somewhere in the Middle East. The cars cost $4 million each and will be delivered to their owners later in the year. They feature the same 6.5-liter V-12 found in the Aventador but develop as much as 750 horsepower.
The 350 GTV, meanwhile, is the prototype first shown at the 1963 Turin Motor Show and which eventually spawned Lamborghini’s first car, the 350 GT. It also features a V-12 but one displacing just 3.5 liters. Peak output in this beauty is a respectable 350 horsepower.
Both cars will be on display during the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance this weekend. Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann will also be on hand and has been picked as an honorary judge for the event's 'Best in Show' awards.