Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster revealed at Frankfurt 2017
Modifications made to Lamborghini's hard-top extended to Aventador S Roadster
Equipped with four-wheel-drive, the Aventador S Roadster will do 0-62mph in 3.0 seconds, one tenth slower than the hardtop version thanks to a 50kg weight penalty added by the retractable roof. However, the top speed of 217mph remains the same.
As part of improvements made to the Aventador’s handling, this S version features new active suspension, new four-wheel steering, and new EGO driving mode – previously seen on the Coupe. All these changes are claimed to sharpen the turn-in of the Aventador and improve responsiveness when driving.
To ensure your gear changes match the high speeds of the rest of the car, a seven-speed flappy-paddle gearbox changes gears in under 50 milliseconds. Happily, the S Roadster's refined performance is coupled with carbon ceramic brakes as standard.
Meanwhile, Lamborghini's Ad Personam personalization program offers endless potential for owners to customise their cars. The roof itself is a removable hardtop which is stored in the front trunk - weighing in at just 6kg - and can be personalised inside and out, with options ranging from a shiny carbon fibre exterior finish to Alcantara interior.
Lamborghini has also included Apple CarPlay as standard, which is accompanied by a TFT digital dashboard. First deliveries are expected to land in February 2018, just in time for April showers...
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