2016 Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 Super Veloce Roadster

2016 Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 Super Veloce Roadster

  • 1 of only 500 Produced Globally
  • Hero Colour "Arancio Atlas"
  • 6.5L V12 with 552kW

The Aventador is a car that needs very little (if any) introduction. As the replacement for the Murcielago, which had been a game changer for the brand, the Aventador had to be pretty special. Launched in 2011, the Aventador LP 700-4 was light years ahead of the car it replaced, yet still contained all the ingredients that immediately made it recognisable only as a Lamborghini. In other words, it was utterly mad.

The initial version of the 6.5L V12 produced 515kW and was good enough for 0-100 in under 3 seconds. Paired with the ISR Graziani 7-speed gearbox, it was the first time Lamborghini had offered a flagship model with no manual option.

The first special series car from the Aventador line-up was the LP 750-4 Super Veloce (or SV for short). Announced in 2015 it was a significant step up from the LP 700-4 in every way. Power was increased from 515kW to 552kW and the car was lightened by 50kg .

The SV also featured notable aerodynamic upgrades which included a revised front splitter and rear diffuser, along with a fixed CFRP rear wing which increased downforce by 180% as compared to the standard coupe. Driving dynamics were enhanced with electronic steering, magnetic push-rod suspension, and chassis improvements to increase rigidity.

In 2016 following on from the coupe, the Roadster variant was released and limited to just 500 units world-wide. Utilising all the improvements afforded to the coupe version, the roadster came with a removable targa top that made access to that simply staggering and sonorous V12 even more aurally intoxicating. The shift times of the gearbox were shortened to only 50 milliseconds in their fastest setting, and the top speed was quoted as “over 350Km/h”. The Aventador wasn’t all mouth and no trousers though, and the SV was capable of under 7 minutes around the famed Nurburgring Nordschliefe which put it in truly rarified company. At the time of release, the nearly 1000hp 918 Porsche (which was twice as expensive) was only two seconds a lap faster.

Specified in Arancio Atlas over a two tone Black and Orange Alcantara interior, this 2016 Aventador SV Roadster is nothing short of jaw-dropping no matter what angle it’s viewed from. The Arancio Atlas is as bold a statement as the rest of the car and really serves to amplify the simply outrageous angles and shapes on the car and shows off that incredible aero package better than any other colour.

This 2016 production one owner car is showing 16,400 kilometre also has a complete service history (just serviced in late April), two keys and the complete package of books.

The SV is seen as the sweet spot in the Aventador range due to its low production numbers and simpler, more aesthetically pleasing aerodynamic package compared to the fussier SVJ. A properly ferocious supercar with both the visual and visceral drama that can only come from a Lamborghini flagship, we believe this Aventador SV will be an incredibly rewarding automotive asset both financially and emotionally.

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Aventador SV Roadster
6.5L V12
7 Speed ISR
Exterior colour
Arancio Atlas
Interior colour