The latest in a string of hits by Italian automotive virtuoso Lamborghini, the Aventador hit the streets in 2011, and, sadly, will bow out in 2022. While it’s unclear what will replace it at this point, revel in the opportunity to own one of these tuneful, and soulful beasts, in the shape of this 2015 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster that we’ve got on sale with just 4,747 miles done since new. You know you want a Lamborghini in your life, and a drop-top is the best way to enjoy it!
Lamborghini’s designs are like no other, and no automaker can, or dares, to replicate them. This 2015 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster showcases the fine penmanship of Filippo Perini, and shuns the typical bright yellow, orange, or green hues for a restrained Nero Nemesis paintjob – that’s black for you and me. A paint protection film as reported by the current owner keeps things looking good, with forged alloy wheels in gloss black maintaining the dark mien. Even the brake calipers are black. The Branding Package has been added too. Small badges on the flanks inform you that this is a LP700-4 derivative, as the Aventador does have several derivatives, with varying power options and driven wheels. Being a roadster, you can remove the roof carbon fiber panels, stow them in the front luggage compartment, and enjoy open topped motoring with the wind in your hair and the engine’s roar for company. The interior continues the dark theme with the Nero Ade color choice, and offers seating for two on well bolstered Bicolor Sportive leather and alcantara seats. The Lamborghini logo is stitched on the headrests as well. You’ve got some nice tech on board as well, including a digital instrument cluster, Lamborghini Navigation, touchscreen infotainment system, climate control, flat bottomed steering wheel with paddle shifters, and sport metal pedals.
Right behind the passenger cabin sits a monstrous 6.5L naturally aspirated V12 in this 2015 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. Putting out 690hp at 8,250rpm and 509lb-ft at 5,500rpm, it’s truly a singer that loves to be revved. Sending all that power and torque to the road is the duty of the seven speed single clutch Graziano automated manual transmission, and electronically controlled all wheel drive system. The performance specs are truly eye-widening, with zero to sixty achievable in just under three seconds with the right conditions and launch technique, while top speed is said to be 217mph. Carbon ceramic brakes ensure that there’s ample stopping power. Is your heart racing already?
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