Since the company's founding in 1963, every Lamborghini ever built has worn Pirelli tires, and the automaker is celebrating the long-standing relationship with a special Pirelli Edition of the Aventador LP700-4, available as both a roadster and a coupe. The changes are strictly aesthetic, featuring two different two-tone design options: one has a matte black roof, pillars, rearview mirrors, engine hood and air intakes with glossy finishes for the rest of the car. The second option has glossy black for the upper parts and a choice of four matte finishes for the rest. There's also a thin red stripe running along the roof, the hood, the mirrors and the outer profiles of the intakes, along with a red Pirelli logo visible at the start of the two roof lines and on the tires. The standard package also includes the transparent engine hood, carbon engine compartment trim and glossy black rims. No word on pricing, but the first deliveries of the vehicle are expected for next summer.