President and CEO, Stephan Winkelmann confirmed Lamborghini will be producing the Aventador SV Roadster with a limited production run of just 500 units, 100 less than the Aventador SV coupe. Overall stats will be identical to the coupe with the exception of a mere 110 extra pounds for the roadster configuration. The weight gain is minimum due to the extremely rigid carbon monocoque chassis and the removable carbon roof weighing a scant 13lbs.
If there is one unified question that has been asked since the unveiling of the LP720, it’s got to be “Why doesn’t this bull come with a wing?”. Surprisingly the car is delivered with a stunning body, that just screams for a spoiler as we had earlier seen it on the “J” or the “Veneno”. DMC quickly realized this niche and showed us their LP720 MV Coupe a few months ago. But as if the above formula DMC wasn’t already bold enough, the Germans have now introduced a third element: DMC + LP720 + Roadster.
For the last few months, we have been working on the newest addition to the Aventador-V program, the Zaragoza front spoiler. The new front spoiler was a particularly difficult feat of ingenuity, artistry, and craftsmanship as it is constructed to fit with the existing OE front bumper in a single piece of carbon fiber. To ensure this spoiler is incorporated and unified with the distinctive Aventador character, lines from the factory bumper are extended to flow with the lower, wider, and longer carbon spoiler.
SR Auto Lamborghini Aventador We couldn’t wait a day longer to debut this magnificent Lamborghini Aventador project that we have been working on. Without further adieu, we would like to present you with the best Vancouver has ever seen. Fitted with the full PUR package, the Aventador is dressed head to toe in the best there is to offer. Firstly, the wheels are unconventional, unique and completely out of the box.
An old school mesh design on a highly modernized perfection of a machine is not what some would call the norm. But we’re never about sticking to the norm. The PUR RS09?s feature a two tone finish of brushed and electric blue to really give them a extra level of pizzazz. Bringing the car down to the ground is the newly developed PUR adjustment arms.
We just received some leaked photos, that show more details about DMC’s upcoming LP630 Huracán. The company has made itself a name for stunning Lamborghini styling & performance packages, their latest creation seems to be no different:
The Huracán “AFFARI” is Italian for an “affair” – one most of us certainly wouldn’t mind to have. DMC also noted that the internal project code is listed as “STAGE-H1″, a reference to their breath-taking 3 Aventador kits the company has spoilt us with over the past few years. Does it mean we’ll also be getting a wilder version later on?
The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster made its public debut on board the Italian naval aircraft carrier Nave Cavour on 1 December 2013.
At an exclusive ‘Italian evening’ attended by authorities, clients, VIPs and media, the limited edition super sports car, of which only nine will be produced, was formally unveiled on the flight deck of the 240 metre ship while docked in Abu Dhabi’s Mina Zayed port.
Lamborghini has been experiencing an upward trend once again, since the Volkswagen Group took the legendary sports car creation (with the bull in its emblem) under its wing. The flat and polygonal Gallardo has particularly enjoyed immense popularity. The truth however is that Gallardo is fired by “only” a V10 engine and not by a V12 driving power as is traditionally the case with Lamborghini. Moreover, it has no gull-wing doors and is even driven by all four wheels. Meaning that the “small” bull has defied all conventions!
If there is one unified question that has been asked since the unveiling of the LP720, it’s got to be “Why doesn’t this bull come with a wing?”.
Surprisingly the car is delivered with a stunning body, that just screams for a wing as we had earlier seen it on the “J” or the “Veneno”.