The Lamborghini Aventador Roadster’s only at available in one trim at time of publication – S – but there’s a wealth of optional extras on hand to personalise your car. Indeed, you’re highly unlikely to see two similar cars over here in the UK.
Standard Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster equipment
Starting at the very basest level, you get single-coloured smooth leather, silver brake calipers, 20-inch alloy wheels at the front and 21-inch at the rear and black suspension components.
Then you can add:
- A number of paint finishes including pearl, matte and metallic
- Forged wheels (in the same sizes as above)
- Different colours for the brake calipers
- Red or green suspension components
- Carbonfibre engine over
- Multiple finishes for the roof covers
- Carbonfibre mirror caps, spoilers and exterior trim
- Contrasting colours for leather and/or carbonfibre
- Various seat trim finishes including carbonfibre
- Suede or perforated leather steering wheels
- Heated seats or fixed bucket seats
- Carbonfibre interior panels
- Upholstery for windscreen upper edge
- Illuminated scuff plates
- DAB radio
- Garage door opener
- Fire extinguisher
There are also a number of packages including the Travel Package, which includes a cargo net and a cupholder, automatic parking and telemetry to work out where you’re losing laptime on your favourite circuit.
The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the .
Equipment by trim level
To view equipment options for a specific trim level, please select from the following list:
The Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster won’t be tested by Euro NCAP, but the following safety kit is on board should the worst happen:
- Driver, passenger and side airbags
- Front and rear collapsible sections of bodyshell
- Side protection
- Traction and stability control systems
The Aventador has an Isofix child seat mounting point on the passenger seat.
The Aventador’s cabin isn’t huge, but nor is it as compact as the smaller Huracan’s, which can barely accommodate a six-foot-tall human.
It’s unashamedly a two-seater, though, and you’ll need to pay extra for a cupholder.
It’s a huge car in every respect except its height, and if you want to carry anything meaningful in terms of luggage when the sun’s out then you’ll also need somewhere to store the roof panels.
You might need to custom-build a garage for the Aventador – it’s a huge car with tall doors when open. Automatic parking is an optional extra, which will help, and any lips or small bumps are dealt with via a nose-lift system, which is also an extra-cost option.
There’s a 140-litre luggage space under the front bonnet, which is just about big enough to store a pair of small soft bags or one cabin bag. The roof panels slot in here too, but leave no room for any meaningful luggage.