After a couple of leaked photos and teasers, Lamborghini has officially unveiled today the special one-off Lamborghini Aventador J Speedster, a unique convertible version of their Aventador that is going to be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show these days.
It is reportedly the “most uncompromising super sports car” the brand has ever designed, lacking a windscreen and roof. It can reach speeds of 186 mph (300 km/h). The J from the vehicle’s name stands as a derivation from the technical sporting rules of the different FIA races.
The dimensions of the car stretch for 4890 mm in length, 2030 mm in width and 1110 mm in height, making it the lowest model ever produced by Lamborghini. The front of the car boasts a humongous carbon fiber scoop with winglets on the outer edges, making the car look like a Formula 1 mono-seater if viewed in profile. The supercar runs on 20-inch five-spoke aluminum wheels and boasts doors the open vertically, in the traditional Lamborghini style, with puny side windows.
The red style of the exterior goes through the interior as well, in the shape of a red stripe that runs from the front hood, between the driver and passengers seats and up to the rear. The whole car emanates a sensation of freshness and freedom.
In terms of technology, the raw power of the beast comes from a 6.5-liter V12 motor that comes from its counterpart. It delivers a whopping 690 HP (515 kW) and 690 Nm (509 lb ft) of torque. All this is delivered in a four-wheel-drive system to the Lamborghini Independent Shifting Rod (ISR) transmission, all the way to the wheels.
The one-off Lamborghini Aventador J Speedster has already been sold, sadly, for a stunning price that exceeds €2.2 million. No wonder we don’t get to see cars like this on the road too often – call this exquisiteness.