Lamborghini Aventador J Car Concept is an extreme roadster version in the Aventador coupe. Now normally when a firm makes a roadster, they ditch the particular roof and maybe shave and inch or perhaps two off your windscreen. But for the Aventador J Lamborghini have removed the roof, windscreen and also side windows. So all a person get to protect your own beautiful face is a few token wind deflectors which search about as considerably use as stringy cheese in a very knife fight. In lieu of the comfort provided by proper glasswork, the driver has to console themselves with some fancy new carbon fiber body components, a massive fixed rear wing, along with the knowledge that they actually have won in the game involving life. The styling will be extreme, even for Lamborghini, but this isn’t the first time the company have experimented with a twin-cockpit layout. They tried it back in 2005 with all the Gallardo-based Lamborghini Concept S. The blurring involving lines between inside and outside can be enhanced by the body-colored panel which separates the particular driver and passenger. The cockpit itself, and elements of the seats, are usually trimmed in a Lamborghini-patented materials called “Carbonskin”. Carbonskin can be made of woven carbon fibers soaked with a special epoxy resin that stabilizes the fiber structure and keeps the material soft. Like the exterior of the car, the interior wasn’t designed with long-distance cruises in mind. There’s no climate management, no sat-nav and absolutely no audio system.
The predictable end result of unbolting every unnecessary further is a reduction inside overall weight, and even though Lamborghini haven’t said exactly how much they’ve trimmed, glass is actually heavy, and the Aventador J doesn’t possess any. Powering the Lamborghini Aventador J is the same 700 horsepower Six.5 litre V12 engine found in the coupe. It is connected to your semi-automatic transmission sending power to all four added wheels through a permanent all-wheel-drive technique. Top speed with the Lamborghini Aventador J is more than 186 mph (300 km/h). But that’s actually 31 mph slower as opposed to tin-top Aventador’s top speed. The actual lower terminal velocity of the roadster is due to a considerable increase in the downforce in speed, and also the less aerodynamic profile due to your open cockpit. The Aventador J’s 0-60 mph times haven’t been released yet, but it ought to accomplish it throughout fractionally less time than the coupe – which does it inside 2.9 seconds.
The Lamborghini Aventador J will make its planet debut at 2012 Geneva Motor Show, and also after the demonstrate it will be offered for sale. There will merely be one, absolutely no prototypes and no other people for the Lamborghini Museum will be built.