Warming up the cheque book for Lamborghini's new Aventador Roadster? Here's one thing you'll want to get up to speed with: installing the roof panels.
The video shown above, shot at the recent unveiling of the Aventador Roadster, reveals that putting the roof panels in place is an easier affair than with the car's Murcielago Roadster predecessor.
The new Roadster is expected to hit Australia in the second quarter of next year, although exact timing and pricing is still to be confirmed.
About the Aventador Roadster
Revealed earlier this week, the Aventador Roadster follows its hardtop sibling, bringing a number of unique features but utilising the same big V12 engine.
As with the coupe, power is listed at 525kW, and with a seven-speed auto transmission and all-wheel-drive in play, Lamborghini promises a 0-100km/h time of 3.0 seconds flat.
Unique styling features include new vents and side panels, along with a new twin-hexagonal window design over the engine.
Along with the carbon fibre roof panels, the Roadster boasts extra weight loss through the addition of new 'Dione' 20/21-inch wheels, weighing 10kg less than the standard wheels fitted to the coupe.
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