/Viola Ophelia Aventador SV Roadster Spotted in London

Viola Ophelia Aventador SV Roadster Spotted in London

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This is as good as Lamborghinis get, isn’t it? We’re not talking about limited editions and one-offs, but an Aventador SV Roadster in a super special color like Viola Ophelia is undoubtedly the coolest among regular Lambos and quite a spectacle when seen out in the wild.

This superb Viola Ophelia Aventador SV Roadster, spotted in London, is special on a number of levels, each of which make this car one of the most desirable super automobiles money can buy. First of all, it’s an Aventador, one of the best-selling V12 super cars of all time which recently passed 5,000 units production milestone. And it’s a SuperVeloce (SV) which means it comes with a body kit, lower weight and more power than the standard version. It is also a Roadster with a removable carbon top, and last but by no means least, there’s that paint job. Amazing!

Photos by Beyond Speed via Autogespot

Lamborghini Aventador SV Specs:

Frame: Carbon fiber monocoque with aluminium front and rear frames

Body: Carbon fiber engine bonnet, rear spoiler and side air inlets; Aluminium front bonnet, front fenders and doors; SMC superlight rear fender and rocker covers

Suspension: Front and rear horizontal magneto-rheological damper with push-rod system

Steering: Steering Gear with 3 different servotronic charcteristics coupled with Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS), managed by drive select mode

Gearbox: 7 speed ISR, shifting characteristic depending on drive select mode / 4WD with Haldex generation IV

Top speed: >350 km/h (>217 mph)

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 2.8 s

Acceleration 0-200 km/h (0-124 mph): 8.6 s

Acceleration 0-300 km/h (0-186 mph): 24.0 s

Braking 100-0 km/h (62-0 mph): 30.0 m

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