Fresh on the market, this 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster is ready to impress a new owner. It comes with all kind of amenities that elevate the look and feel of the supercar, making it even more special. With this kind of a raging bull in your stable, people will stop and take notice of your entrance on any scene. All that comes without sacrifice.
With a mere 133 miles on the odometer, this Lamborghini is as good as new. Those strikingly aggressive body panels are bathed with a Grigio Lynx paint, with carbon-fiber accents to really impress. Matching those brash looks is a 6.5-liter V12 naturally-aspirated engine. It produces and audacious 740-horsepower and 509 lb.-ft. of torque, which is channeled through a 7-speed Independent Shifting Rod (ISR) transmission. The unique technology in an ISR allows for 50 percent faster shifts when compared to a dual-clutch gearbox, while saving on weight. All-wheel drive provides supreme control, even as you carve through tight turns. That setup is good for a 0-62 mph acceleration time of 3 seconds flat and a top speed of 217 mph.
While in most supercars the interior is on the Spartan side, the Nero Ade cockpit for this Aventador S Roadster offers all kinds of plush luxuries. Not only do you enjoy leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic temperature control, Bluetooth, and navigation, there even more bonuses like the Visibility and Light Package, heated seats, and a telemetry system.
It was in 2012 that Lamborghini revealed its new flagship model, the Aventador. It combined fierce performance with plush luxuries. That was followed by the release of the Roadster version in 2013. Many gravitate to the Aventador since it’s more comfortable to drive, without sacrifice fun behind the wheel. If you’re interested in purchasing this Lamborghini, it’s available through Lamborghini North Los Angeles.
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