- MAX. SPEED :350 km/h (217 mph)
- Engine: 6.5-liter V12
- Transmission: Seven-speed ISR
- Torque: 509 lb-ft
- 0-62 mph: 3 seconds
- Top Speed: 217 mph
- Price Starting at $402,995
In addition to its beating heart, Aventador S Roadster is also endowed with an incredibly sophisticated brain: the innovative Lamborghini Active Vehicle Dynamics (LDVA) control unit, a system of active technologies that can manage each of the dynamic axles of the vehicle. The lateral vehicle dynamics is controlled by a steering system that involves all four wheels using Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS) and Lamborghini Rear-wheel Steering (LRS). The vertical vehicle dynamics is handled by the Lamborghini Magneto-rheological suspension (LMS) and the active rear aerodynamics. And the longitudinal dynamics relies on the four-wheel drive system (4WD). The LDVA system combines all the information coming from the car’s sensors and establishes in real time the best setting for each driving condition. The result is performance that is absolutely perfect, safe, and compelling.
Just like for the Coupé version, the interiors of the Aventador S Roadster completely fulfill the task of seamlessly blending its supersports soul with cutting-edge technology and a design that is always incredibly luxurious.
The interior finishes feature materials of the highest quality and present an infinite variety of possibilities, like the new S-trim configuration. Options also include the possibility of choosing an innovative material such as Carbon Skin® to be the covering for some of the interior details.
It is this multi-faceted soul, with its explosive mix of performance, design and exclusivity, that has served as the inspiration for a series of original colors and finishes created especially for the Roadster. Sporty, contemporary, glamorous and luxurious: discover all of the new configurations developed by the Ad Personam team to highlight every subtle detail of the Aventador S Roadster and enhance its unique personality.
The Aventador S Roadster builds on the improvements of its hard-top stablemate - if only because removing the roof allows you an even closer interaction with the V12 engine. There is a greater breadth of talent here than on the original drop-top Aventador, with great handling and steering, and that jaw-dropping engine. Only the transmission lets the side down. In fact, we’d go as far as to say that this car feels just a decent gearbox away from being one of Lamborghini’s greatest ever creations.