|740 CV||350 km/h||2.9s||6498 CC|
Lamborghini Aventador Roadster S information
When the Lamborghini Aventador was released to the world in 2011, it felt state-of-the-art, with its carbon fiber chassis, new V12 engine and, of course, millionaire looks. But since then it has been pushed into the corner by a tide of rivals from far and wide, and in the process feels like some kind of dinosaur less than a decade later.
Lamborghini’s reaction to this gentle collapse of its range-topping V12 was to throw some chassis tech in 2017, and double down on its iconic package, while accentuating its increasingly rare combination of powertrain and design.
The Lamborghini Aventador S also has the unusual position of being the “entry” version of its V12 supercar, but while the new SVJ might steal the show with its wings and race-derived lightness, the Aventador S has its own set of slightly more manageable attributes that have their own appeal.