Hottest Lamborghini Takes Its Top Off
Nearly everyone who has reviewed the Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV Roadster has described it using the words “insane,” “bonkers,” “crazy,” or something along those lines. This includes Lamborghini itself. The SV? It stands for “Superveloce,” Italian for super fast.
The SV packs a 6.5 liter V12 that produces 740 hp and can leap to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds. It can also clock a sub-7 minute lap around the notorious Nürburgring’s Nordschleife.
Those ridiculous numbers mean making this Lambo even more ludicrous is a tough task. The hypercar’s manufacturer’s solution to this problem? Taking its top off.
Removing the roof diminishes the Aventador’s track abilities (more weight, less rigidity) but creates a far more visceral experience for the car’s occupants. The engine will scream louder in the driver’s ears and its capability for ridiculous speeds will be enough to blow the driver’s high dollar toupee.
Speaking of dollars, buying the topless Superveloce will set you back a whopping $500,000. While that money buys you a lot of car and puts you in a very exclusive league; the production run for Aventador SV roadsters is set to a piffling 500 units.
This is the ultimate Lamborghini. It’s the most expensive, most powerful, and most deranged exotic the Italian manufacturer has ever produced. If you’re in the market for the most mental hypercar, the topless Superveloce should make the top of your list.
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