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Lamborghini Aventador Roadster: what's it like inside?

Given the Aventador Roadster is all about the driving, it won’t surprise you to find a cabin that’s aimed squarely at the person behind the wheel.

A digital instrument cluster displays most of the important driving and media information and can be customised to your tastes, while the multimedia, heating, drive modes and such like is controlled via physical switches on the central transmission tunnel between the two front seats.

There’s a small extra screen above the multimedia controls to display gauges for various engine parameters, while the engine start button is hidden under a red cover in the style of a fighter jet – very supercar.

Lamborghini Aventador Roadster: comfy

While admittedly the Aventador S Roadster is a two-seat supercar with stunning performance, it’s also comfier than we were expecting, largely thanks to the magnetic suspension.

However, it’s smaller in the cockpit than the Coupe, so ensure you’ll have enough room in there – both with and without the twin, manually removable carbonfibre roof panels. We found a six-foot-tall tester could only just get comfortable using the full range of the electrically adjustable seats’ movement.

You won’t be surprised to learn that there’s a lot of road, wind and engine noise at most speeds as well, but you won’t mind because the latter sound trumps the former two in both quality and volume by quite some margin.

The Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster's seats