That’s accurately what you have with the new Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster, which has been exposed in full today and is set to go on auction in time for summer of 2013. Next to the sedan, it’s easy to distinguish Lamborghini’s newest adaptable. It has a unique upper segment, which expands along newly intended geometric lines from the detachable carbon thread roof to the engine hood.
The complex build-your-own roof used on the Murcielago Roadster, which the Aventador Roadster reinstate, Lamborghini expensive have gone with a effortless two-piece design that merely snaps into place. When not in use, the two pieces fit warmly in the car’s front storage cubicle.
As they are made from carbon thread, they’re not only sturdy but also tremendously light. The roof's total heaviness comes in at less than 13 pounds, creation it very easy to grip. In order to contain the new roof, the Aventador's rear support needed to be redesigned and now comprise an routine fortification organization for traveler and cooling vents for the engine bay. A powered rear windshield is also fixed and can be inferiority or raised depending on how a lot sound the driver needs in the cabin.
The engine’s hood wanted to be redesigned as well, with it now characteristic a central ‘spinal column’ and two pairs of hexagonal windows associated at the sides. Their purpose is to cool the engine, drain off rain water correctly and, of course, allow the attractiveness of the Aventador’s 6.5-liter V-12 power unit to be accepted.
Coming in for the 2013 replica year, the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster features Lamborghini’s new cylinder deactivation system and engine stop-start scheme. It also gets a new Dione wheel prototype for the 20- and 21-inch forged aluminum wheels obtainable on the Aventador. They’re a little 22 pounds lighter than the average set of rims