Toady Lamborghini unveiled the open top version of the its Aventador LP700-4. The new roadster does not feature anymore a fabric cover, but a beautiful lightweight, two-piece hard top made out of carbon fiber.
“Compared to the Coupe, the Roadster is distinguished by its redesigned rear pillar that supports the roof, features an automatic protection system for driver and passenger and allows ample ventilation for the mighty V12 engine.
The rear window can be raised or lowered at will and there is a wind deflector that reduces air turbulence and, like the roof, can be stored in the front luggage compartment when it’s not used.
The Roadster’s windows have chamfered edges in order to fit perfectly with the edges of the hard top. Moreover, its bodywork sports a two-tone paint, with the roof and the upper area up to the “fins” finished in gloss black.
The color palette has been increased by the addition of the new “Azzuro Thetis” light blue paint that, according to the company, harks back to the 1968 Miura Roadster. Finally, as far as the exterior is concerned, the Aventador Roadster is fitted with “Dione” forged alloy rims, which weigh 10 kg (22 pounds) less, and measure 20 and 21 inches in diameter front and rear respectively.”
Starting at 300’000 Euros, the new Lamborghini Aventador Roadster can be ordered globally as of today.