Details have emerged from various sources that the hot new Lamborghini Veneno may remove its top. The Veneno could be a versatile option if offered in both coupe and roadster form. Online murmurings also hint that there may be more convertibles made than coupes.
Will the Lamborghini Veneno be successful in both coupe and convertible styles? Just a few of each will be made available.
The Lamborghini Veneno roadster will share the same power platform as its coupe sibling. The model is based on the award-winning Lamborghini Aventador, which was the most powerful Lamborghini. The Veneno packs on a bit more power than even the Aventador.
The Lamborghini Veneno supercar at a glance:
- The same 6.5-liter V12 engine from the Aventador
- The engine is tweaked to release 750 horses over the Aventador’s 700. While it is not much of a power increase, it is enough to make it the current most powerful Lamborghini.
- Max speed is 220 miles per hour, a speed that may only be achieved on the autobahn or a track…but it still offers bragging rights for potential.
- Permanent 4WD
- Specialized carbon monocoque chassis
- Seven-speed ISR robotized manual transmission
Aside from what lurks under the Veneno hood, the exterior of the supercar has garnered just as much approval. It is very aggressive looking, and some wonder if it be toned down a bit on the rear end by the time production begins. So far, just 3 examples of the coupe exist and there will likely be 9 roadsters produced.
The market for drop top supercars is a touch more saturated than that of coupes, so more convertibles may be made and their pricing will certainly be higher. Will the sibling be named the Lamborghini Veneno roadster or the Veneno spyder? More details should emerge by the Frankfurt Motor Show.
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