Enthusiasts everywhere delighted when Lamborghini revealed that the new plug-in hybrid Revuelto, the long-running Aventador’s replacement, will keep its V-12 engine. There’s a unique howl coming from the V-12 engine that makes heads turn, ears perk up, and goosebumps come out. With a partnership with Technics, Lamborghini is now offering its admirers an additional method to listen to the 12-cylinder soundtrack. A special-edition turntable will be available together with a vinyl recording of several V-12 Lambos.

The Technics SL-1200M7B turntable is a limited edition version of the SL-1200MK7 model. The turntable is outfitted in a repeating Y-shaped design, which is a nod to a design that has been seen on Lamborghini road cars for the previous ten years. The image is available in three colors that are frequently connected to contemporary Lambos: orange, green, or yellow. The slipmat has a big Lamborghini emblem printed on it.

A unique vinyl record that plays the driving and engine noises of six different Lamborghinis—all with V-12 engines—accompanies the SL-1200M7B as well. Classics like the ’60s 400GT 2+2, Miura SV, and 25th Anniversary Countach are on the record. There are also appearances by the Revuelto, Murciélago LP 640, and Diablo 6.0 SE. The vinyl is designed to resemble the Revuelto’s tire and wheel.

Limited quantities available through the end of June; preorders are now open. Although the turntable that serves as the basis for this special edition costs approximately $1100, the pricing is not yet listed.

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