Fans of the dynamic Lamborghini Aventador roadster LP700-4 will appreciate her drop-top styling, just perhaps not her lofty price demands. Interested parties already know that they shall shell forth approximately $450k in order to grip the wheel of the convertible Aventador. My verdict: worth it.
Do not have $450k? No worries–the Lamborghini Aventador coupe is roughly $60k less.
Owning a machine like the award-winning Lamborghini Aventador is a privilege. When something important like the Aventador emerges, often a slew of special edition and roadster siblings are created. While it is impossible to predict what she will be valued at far into the future, it seems like a safe bet that even at almost a half a million dollars, it is a good investment. It is also a good track car, for those interested in adrenaline rather than collecting…just putting that little slice of information out there. With 700+ horsepower and improved aerodynamics and handling, taking the Lamborghini Aventador to a track is every driver’s dream.
The Lamborghini Aventador roadster at a glance:
- Her underpinnings include a lightweight carbon fiber chassis paired with carbon and aluminum components
- She is not exactly a dainty lady—tipping the scales at 4,200 pounds. But with a hefty pack of horses in her stable, she is certainly powerful, even if her mass is of Bentley proportions.
- How does she do it? A ridiculously potent 6.5-liter V12 engine redlining at 8500.
- The Aventador convertible nails the 0-60 mile per hour jump in 3 seconds flat with a top speed of 217+ miles per hour
The one-off Lamborghini Aventador J sold for $2.8 million, making her siblings appear more attainable.
In the end, the convertible versions of most exotic sports cars and even standard cars are typically more expensive. People are willing to pay more to be seen in them and they are amazingly fun vehicles to drive.
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