The comprehensive body package sees the replacement of the front and rear fenders and the bonnet with new pieces that increase the car’s width by 40mm up front and 50mm at the rear.
Furthermore, Mansory adds new side skirts, a different rear diffuser and an enlarged rear wing, while the roof and engine-compartment covers are trimmed in carbon-fibre elements.
The Aventador now rides on lightweight forged rims with carbon-fiber inlays sized 20-inches at the front and 21-inches at the back shod in tires 255/30 ZR20 and 345/25 ZR21 respectively.
The modifications continue with the interior that gains a new leather treatment for the seats and dashboard along with aluminum pedals and real carbon-fibre trim components.
Complementing the styling upgrades is a performance package that consists of an optimized ECU and a custom exhaust system that do their part to increase output from 700PS (691bhp) and 690Nm to 754PS (744bhp) at 8,300 rpm and 750Nm (553.1 lb-ft) at 6,000 rpm.
This allows for zero to 100km/h sprint time of 2.8 seconds (0.1 seconds faster than the regular model) and a slightly higher top speed of 355km/h (221mph).
Compared to the Coupe, the Roadster is distinguished by its redesigned rear pillar that supports the roof, features an automatic protection system for driver and passenger and allows ample ventilation for the mighty V12 engine.
The rear window can be raised or lowered at will and there is a wind deflector that reduces air turbulence and, like the roof, can be stored in the front luggage compartment when it’s not used.
The Roadster’s windows have chamfered edges in order to fit perfectly with the edges of the hard top. Moreover, its bodywork sports a two-tone paint, with the roof and the upper area up to the “fins” finished in gloss black.
According to Lamborghini, the Roadster accelerates from 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 3.0 seconds, 0.1 slower than the Coupe, and tops out at 350 km/h (217 mph).
Lamborghini says the all-new Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster can be ordered in any country as of today at a starting price of €300,000 (US$381,500 at the current exchange rates) excluding taxes (U.S.-specific pricing will be announced within the next few weeks).
Bradley Hasemeyer does a pretty good review of what the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 is like. Besides watching the fantastic video footage, make sure to head to Gear Patrol’s website and read the full review.