In terms of engineering, it is difficult to create an open top version of a popular car and deliver the same performance. Lamborghini has made it possible with their new Aventador Superveloce Roadster variant.
For the first time, the brand has decided to showcase their open top version of the Roadster at the Pebble Beach Concours auto expo. While it might be some time before it hits the consumer market, the pictures taken at the event showcase the elegance and class the car offers. The exterior design largely remains untouched, expect for the fact that it doesn’t have a roof. The designers have spent plenty of time to ensure that they use the right parts to construct the vehicle.
As a result, the Aventador is different from its previous models in terms of weight. The car is built on lightweight, yet robust materials, which allows the Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster to be faster on the road.
It is powered by a V12 6.5 liter engine and a powerful seven speed automatic transmission box is used. The car delivers a massive 740 bhp at 8400 rpm. Similar to the other open top vehicles from Mercedes and Audi, the Lamborghini model uses a top made of lightweight carbon fiber. It has allowed the manufacturers to keep the weight as low as possible. The total weight of the Aventador SV Roadster is measured at 1575 kilograms.
The car can accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds. If you are planning to have a sprint race with a high wager, this should be the model to go for. It also has a top speed of 217 miles per hour. When everything is impressive about the vehicle and it is made by one of the top car manufacturers in the world, obviously the pricing will be on the higher side. The Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster is expected to cost around £350,000 in the UK.
While the brand often focuses on a sporty finish, the new Roadster looks strikingly different because of the carbon fiber interiors. The leather seats and the interior design are more professional in the standard versions, whereas the buyers can choose to upgrade to sports seats as an add-on.
With an increased price tag and unique open top design, it may not appeal to every consumer, which is why Lamborghini is planning to make just 500 of these models and put them up for sale.