Year after year, the Geneva Motor Show brings together some of the world’s most beautiful and powerful cars that car manufacturers have spent months or even years designing and refining specifically for this event. Then, here comes a very custom, very wild speedster version of the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, the J, that totally steals the limelight. Strip away the roof, the windscreen, and all the modern accessories you expect in the cabin like climate control and navigation and fit in two small wind deflectors and you get what Lamborghini itself calls an “indescribable experience of power.” Lamborghini also switched out their typical interior fabric for a new carbon fiber fabric in an effort to save weight without a difference in comfort or style. The J, however, uses the same 700-horsepower, 6.5-liter V12 and exterior body features as its hardtop cousin that allows Lamborghini to confidently state that their open-air roadster can hit speeds as high as 186 miles per hour. Now, the bad news. The J isn’t for sale. The only model ever made or that will be made has already been sold to an unidentified buyer for 2.1 million Euros. A guy can still dream, right?