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Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Coming To Geneva

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On: Sat, Dec 17, 2011 at 9:54AM | By: Chris Weiss

Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Coming To Geneva

With the Tokyo Motor Show complete, the major auto shows are officially over this year. That means that attention has turned to the auto shows of 2012, particularly the big winter shows like Detroit and Geneva. One of the latest 2012 auto-show rumors is that Lamborghini will unveil a convertible version of the new Aventador LP700-4 at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

A post on the Teamspeed forums indicates that the Aventador LP700-4 Roadster is officially ready and will make its world debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, which opens to the press on March 6. According to the poster, the actual car looks even better than any of the renderings that have been floating around the Web.

The Aventador roadster will make use of a retractable roof that is improved from the one used on the Murcielago Roadster. Other than that, there's not much information on the new Lambo.

We'd expect the Aventador Roadster to share the same 700-hp 6.5-liter V-12 engine with its fully roofed older brother. As roadsters tend to be, it will likely be a few hundred pounds heavier than the Aventador, adding a few milliseconds onto the 2.9-second 0-to-62 mph time and cutting a couple mph's off the Aventador LP700-4's 217 mph top speed.

Lamborghinis don't tend to hide well, so if indeed Lambo is scheduling a Geneva debut, we'd expect the next few weeks and months to have their fair share of Aventador Roadster rumors and leaks. We'll keep our eyes and ears open for the latest.



Stephy21 | 9:55AM (Mon, Dec 19, 2011)

cant wait to see this Lambo hit the streets.

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