The Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is a nine-model variant of the Veneno. It was initially put on show in the Mina Zayed port of Abu Dhabi in 2014, displayed on the Cavour, which is a €1.39 billion (about $1.57 million) Italian aircraft carrier. It was also shown at Las Vegas’ Consumer Electronics Show in 2014.
This trim has the same levels of performance as the coupé, albeit the roadster weighs about 110 lbs greater than the coupé. This is the result of the chassis reinforcing elements featured in the Veneno Roadster. It was priced at a whopping $3.724 million.
For such a high price tag, you bet that it comes with some awesome features.
The V12 Engine Is The Coolest Feature Of Lamborghini Veneno Roadster
There are a plethora of killer features offered with the Veneno, including with the Roadster edition, but the V12 powertrain takes the cake. This 6.5-liter V12 engine offers 740 hp and 507 lb-ft of torque.
Thanks to its V12, the Veneno Roadster can hit 60 mph in under three seconds and has a claimed maximum speed of 221 mph. It should be noted that the engine is naturally aspirated.
All the same, the Roadster benefits greatly from what’s under the hood. It comes with a 396.5 cu-in displacement, a bore x stroke of 95 mm x 76.4 mm, a weight-to-power ratio of 4.35 lb/CV, and the powertrain is also a sixty degrees multi-point injection.
Overall, we have to classify it as its best feature, but there is a lot more going for the Roadster.
Other Awesome Features And The Specs Of The Roadster
As mentioned, there are nine units of the Roadster in total. However, this still makes it a super rare vehicle. This roofless edition was released alongside the rest of the Veneno lineup to mark the fiftieth anniversary of Lamborghini’s anniversary.
The Roadster has a monocoque in carbon fiber chassis, a carbon fiber exterior in general, and an open-roof with fixed roll-bar system. When it comes to the external mirrors, they are electrically operated, foldable, AND heated; nothing less than the sort of quality one might hope for with a $1 million + supercar. In terms of aerodynamics, the spoiler is manually adjustable with three positions and there is a totally paneled underbody.
The tires at the front of the Roadster are 255/30 ZR20, and the rear tires are 355/25 ZR21. Moving on to steering and suspension, the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster features an electronic stability control, double wishbone fully independent suspension, hydraulic power steering, and a servotronic steering system.
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