lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadster
 
lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadster
nov 12, 2012

lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadster

‘lamborghini aventador LP700-4 roadster’

 

 

 

following the debut of the ‘aventador J’ at the 2012 geneva motor show, italian automobili lamborghini
 have introduced the ‘aventador LP700-4 roadster’, which sports a retractable two-piece carbon fibre roof, and is modeled as a convertible version of the ‘LP700-4 coupe’.

 equipped with a centrally located, 6.5 liter aspirated V12 engine producing 700-horsepower and torque reaching 507 lb-ft, 
the raging-bull reaches a maximum speed of 218mph (350km/hr), attaining 0-62mph (0-100km/hr) in 3 seconds flat with its four-wheel drive ISR seven-speed gearbox. for the first time in the company’s history, an instant stop & start system is included with high performance capacitors to awake the engine.

 

the vehicle’s body and frame is composed entirely of aluminum and carbon fibre, reducing its weight to 1625 kg, where it measures 4780 x 2030 x 1136 mm
when sitting on 20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels. the exterior is supplemented with a metallic blue ‘azzuro thetis’ colorway, recalling the shades originally found on the 1968 miura roadster, where the interior cockpit demonstrates the use of hand-made craftsmanship using ‘sabbia nefertem’ leather from sant’ agata bolognese in italy.

lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadster3/4 front view with retracted roof 

 

lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadsterrear view with closed top 

 

lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadsterrear 3/4 view with retracted roof

 

lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadster3/4 driver side view 

 

lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadstertop view of retracted roof

 

 

lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadsterdetail view from drivers side looking into the cockpit

 

lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadsterinterior cockpit from passenger seat 

 

lamborghini aventador LP 700 4 roadsterviews of the sport seats crafted in ‘sabbia nefertem’ leather

  • So overly designed, but still with so much beauty. Amazing.

    Mike Windle.
  • This reminds me of a comment I once heard whispered at an Anthony Braxton concert: “Too many notes.”

    Mac McDougal
  • I’m angled out

    G. C. BROWN
  • Beltline, and roofline with roof in place, look good. Rearview is best with the shadows in these photos. Otherwise it looks like a cheap watch with too many details and exposed hardware. The kind of big, cheap watch that attract the new, macho ricos.

    Jim

    JimCan

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