Lamborghini Venono Roadster a unique supercar
For its 50th anniversary, Lamborghini has made quite a sensation in the very last Geneva Motor Show, by presenting one of the most exceptional sporting cars in the world: The Lamborghini Venono Roadster. It is a racing prototype showing off a tremendous design and a breath-taking performance; All needed elements to steal the spotlights from both Mclaren P1 and Ferrari.
The controlled performance
Remaining exclusive, the manufacturer has chosen to only produce 9 prototypes in 2014, for a unit sale price of 3.3 million Euros.
The conception of the Lamborghini Venono Roadster is based on aerodynamics (similar to stealth plane lines) by using an over powerful motorization: the V12 engine produces 750 Hp. This hypercar can reach 0 to 100 km/h in only 2.9 seconds, and a top speed of 355km/h.
This XXL size motorization is completed by a chassis adapted to races with pushrod suspension. Four significant exhaust pipes surrounded by ISR transition, the big wings openings help ventilating the supercar’s pumped-up engine.
The expression “Opened car” is not to be taken as a fact value, indeed the Veneno Roadster has no sunroof. The opened declension of the sporting Venono will make racing passionate discover thrilling sensations with unprecedented intensity, hair in the wind.
The sense of detail to reach excellence
Every detail of this supercar’s shape carries a clear function, including it with pride within Lamborghini’s mythical philosophy of conception.
This raises extreme proportions and a futuristic design: a hood and arrow-shaped wings, running such as a massive aerodynamic wing, a rear adjustable aileron that affords optimal support, all these parts combined grant access to incredible speed and handling.
The carbon fiber presents a monohull structure, as well as in wheels and the entire cockpit. Featured with plastic, and a “Rosso Veneno” paint, exclusively made for this roadster, this material is a undoubtedly a selling point, considering that it allows the supercar outstanding lightness (1490 kg)