The model, which celebrates the Italian supercar manufacturer's relationship with the tyre company, will be produced in a limited run.
The Pirelli Edition keeps the standard Aventador's mechanical package, so power comes from the same 691bhp V12 engine as that of the regular road car. That's enough to get the Aventador to 62mph in 2.9sec and provide a top speed of 217mph.
Upgrades for the special edition include new two-tone paintwork, a painted stripe running the length of the car and the addition of Pirelli's logo.
Standard equipment includes a transparent engine cover, new carbonfibre and leather cabin trim, Pirelli P Zero tyres and new 20 and 21-inch alloy wheels. A special Pirelli plaque also features inside.
Lamborghini and Pirelli have been working together since Lamborghini's formation in 1963. Since then, all the firm's cars have been shod with Pirelli rubber.