As the world started to shift toward electric-powered vehicles, some carmakers tried to keep the old-fashioned gasoline-only powered supercars on the assembly lines. One of them was Lamborghini, who released a last special edition of the 11-year-old Aventador, and it was named Ultimae Roadster. No, there is no spelling mistake there; Ultimae is the Italian word for, you guessed it, ultimate.
While it wasn't a completely new car, the Ultimae roadster shared many of its parts with the open-top Aventador but sported a few unique details. For instance, the front bumper featured a wider air intake that increased the downforce on the front axle. Moreover, the carmaker adorned the side air intake with unique details that made the bystanders understand that it is the ultimate Aventador in terms of performance. At the back, the three-position wing increased the downforce and helped the car stay planted to the road.
The cabin sported a similar environment to its coupe sibling. The Y-shaped pattern on the seat's upholstery emphasized the car's sports character. On the other hand, unlike the coupe, the roadster didn't offer the same contrast lines on the seatbacks, only the contrast stitching.
Featuring the same naturally aspirated V12 engine as the Aventador Ultimae, the Roadster version was 50 kg (110 lbs) heavier than its sibling. Still, that didn't really affect the car's performance. It just added more excitement to its driver.