Your Tousled Locks Are No Match for Lamborghini’s New Open-Top Roadster

Wind in your hair, don't care

September 8, 2017 9:00 am

When Lamborghini unleashed the Lambo Aventador S last year,  the world oohed and aahed. It was high times for the Italian marque.

We expect the same reaction for the newly unveiled Aventador S Roadster. Because the supercar retains all the performance as its predecessor with a naturally-aspirated V12, 740 ponies, an approximate top speed of 217 and an acceleration of 0-60 in 3 seconds flat.

If you’re asking, “Did they just remove the top?”

The answer is, “Yes, they basically just removed the top.”

But at the end of the day — for a Lambo — that’s enough in our book.

Lambo Roadster (6 images)

And it makes sense, because how is the world supposed to massage your ego while you’re cruising through the streets of Dubai if they can’t see your handsome face and wind-tousled locks?

The Aventador also retains all the customization options that supercar lovers have come to know and love: practically every aspect of the interior can be personalized down to the smallest stitch.

And while they’re chopping off the top half, don’t count on that affeting the price in the least. The open-top Lambo still set any adrenaline-crazed driver back about half a million bucks.  

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