There are no buttons, no levers and no helper monkeys to magically whisk off the roof from this new Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, thus transporting you from the comfort of a V12 recording studio to a 700bhp open-air concert.
You have to do it by hand. That is, your own hands, and – probably – the hands of the person you are driving with.
This is because the new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster, to give it its full name, features a two-piece, carbon fibre roof that needs to be removed manually, before being carefully stowed away in the front. But don’t worry, because it’s made from forged composites it’s very light, just 6kg. Lambo reckons it’s stowable in “just a few seconds”.
And you’ll want to make the fuss, because once off, you’ll be privy to what the rest of the world hears when you drive past. A 6.5-litre naturally-aspirated V12 engine producing some 700bhp and many, many torques. Lamborghini reckons that with the roof off, the new Aventador Roadster will go from 0-62mph in three seconds and hit a claimed 217mph.
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