2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Specs – The Aventador has actually been a sensational success for Lamborghini, with combined sales of all the different variants currently exceeding the 4,099-unit mark accomplished by the car’s predecessor, the Murciélago. The Lamborghini Aventador has actually now been on sale for 58 months and the numbers are up by a shocking 127 percent compared with the Murciélago after its own initial 58-month stint on the market. And there’s no slowdown. Lamborghini Aventador sales for the first 6 months of 2016 can be found in at 643 systems. To keep the momentum going Lamborghini prepares to introduce an upgrade for the car, as shown by our latest spy shots. They show a prototype for the upgraded 2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster (existing model shown above). The front of the automobile adopts a more aggressive look motivated by the severe Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SuperVeloce.
2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Specs
A current Aventador in one of the shots highlights the distinctions. The modifications are a lot more remarkable at the rear where we can see a new three-pipe exhaust design, additional vents, and a diffuser that plannings to have been inspired by Lamborghini’s Aventador-based Centenario.
2018 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Changes
Aesthetically speaking, the most important modification we see here, which we also found on the fixed-roof model, is the additional air consumption discovered on the rear pillar – giants might call this the Another aventador. Regardless, the modified aero tips towards an update for the 6.5-liter V12 occupying the middle area of the supercar.
Truth be told, the naturally aspirated nature of the Lamborghini Aventador makes the otherwise and ferocious machine a bit torque-vulnerable to twin-turbo animals (think: McLarens), as well as hybrid go-fast instrument such as the 2017 Acura NSX. Heck, earlier today we provided you a quarter-mile drag race involving an Lamborghini Aventador Roadster and a new-age NSX, with things ending terribly for the Lambo. As a pointer, we’ll mention the existing “base” Aventadors provide 691 hp (make that 700 PS, you metric system aficionados) and a peak torque of 509 lb-ft (690 Nm).
As for the changes we cannot see, we’re hoping that the Superveloce won’t be the only Aventador variation to pack adaptive dampers any longer – for the present designs, the “standard” Coupe and Roadster rely on passive dampers, albeit with a tech-magical pushrod configuration. Sadly, the more aggressive damping rates the open-air model utilizes to compensate for its lower torsional rigidness suggest the trip is a little stiffer, an aspect that might be compensated for with the assistance of active shock absorbers. Nurburgring lap time? Lamborghini will probably wish to keep Lamborghini Aventador SV owners happy, so we do not anticipate the facelifted models to go listed below the 7-minute mark.
Next year’s Geneva Motor Show sounds like a perfect location for the launching of the revamped V12 bull, however we can’t be sure about the introduction schedule.