2017 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster
2017 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster is a sports car produced by the Italian manufacturer Lamborghini. Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 production will be limited to 4,000 vehicles. The forms used to make carbon-fiber monocoque is expected to 500 molds each and are made only 8 duration. The base price of the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 is US $393,695.
The 2017 Aventador Roadster, which has a two-piece forged composite Targa top that can be removed to exposed the interior to the elements available for the ultimate 217-mph wind-in-your-hair experience. Like the Coupe, the Aventador Roadster supported by a carbon-fiber chassis that teams with a number of other carbon and aluminum components throughout the car to keep weight off. Despite additional structural bracing to compensate for the lack of a solid top, the Aventador profits just 110 pounds in the transition from Coupe to Roadster – although less the 4,200-pound curb weight would call fine.
2017 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster’s Fuel economy is probably the last thing on the mind of anyone considering a Lamborghini, but the automaker added two new technologies to the coupe, which was also their first game on the roadster for the latest model year in the interests of efficiency and the environment.
The first, a start-stop system that shut down the engine to save fuel at traffic lights or in stop-and-go traffic, is a super capacitor-based system that is both lighter and faster car than a traditional battery system restart. The second is a cylinder deactivation system closed half cylinders the V12’s for light-throttle situations, temporarily turn the car in a straight-six. When the driver is in the throttle, the other six aircraft flying back up to full power.
Shifting duties are handled by a seven-speed single clutch automated manual transmission that Lamborghini referred to as a robotic Independent Shifting Rods (ISR) transmission. Able blasting out of gear to gear in just 50 milliseconds, it can be a bit herky-jerky at low speed and is not as refined as the overall dual clutch boxes used by some participants. Lamborghini said it decided to ISR used to save weight over a dual clutch unit.
Helping transfer all 691 horsepower to the ground at all four corners are two different tires and wheels sizes – 255/35 / R20 front wheels and tires, with massive 335 / 30R21 wheels and tires for the rear. Stop the big Lambo is 400x38m six-piston carbon ceramic brakes in front and 380x38mm carbon ceramic brakes in the rear. Technically, stiffness the roadster’s with its roof removed 37 percent lower than the coupe, but most drivers will be hard pressed to see the difference on the road.