Lamborghini has also significantly improved the car’s aerodynamics thanks to a new active rear wing. Compared to the outgoing model, the Roadster’s new adjustable wing improves downforce by more than 130 percent while improving efficiency by up to 400 percent.
Carbon ceramic brakes come standard, as do Pirelli P Zero rubber and Apple CarPlay. What about the Blu Aegir exterior color? I’m afraid that’s part of the Ad Personam palette, which makes it wildly expensive. On second thought, who the hell cares how much it costs? For crying out loud, it’s a Lamborghini with a V12 and roughly 93 million miles of blue sky above the driver’s head!
Drivers will also get to enjoy the standard carbon ceramic brakes, 20/21-inch rims wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires, TFT digital dashboard that can be customized, and Apple CarPlay smartphone integration added to the infotainment system.
The supercar will make its international debut at the Frankfurt motor show next week. Local prices and an arrival date are expected to be released by then.