2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster Rendered as The Supercar We Need Right Now

2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster rendering 1 photo
Photo: X-Tomi
Earlier today when we introduced you to the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S, we mentioned how the upcoming Roadster incarnation of the Raging Bull would benefit from the changes brought by the facelift even more than the coupe. Well, here we are, looking at the S-adorned Roadster.
This, of course, is just a rendering. However, digital artist X-Tomi seems to have done such a good job at mixing the styling cues of the open-top Aventador with the new details of the S that the pixel rearrangement could easily be mistaken for an official photo.

So, why does the S-ization help the Roadster more than the fixed-roof model? Well, for one thing, the updates introduced by the Raging Bull won't change the fact that, unlike in the case of the Ferrari 488 Spider of any McLaren Spider, the sun-friendly Aventador requires manual roof operation. And since this is not a Miata, you'll have to step out of the car, detach the pair of removable carbon panels and stow them in the nose of the beast, while throwing your luggage out.

Nevertheless, the active dampers of the Aventador S mean that the Roadster doesn't have to compensate for the lack of torsional ridigity with a considerably stiffer ride, as it happens when the non-S models. And since more and more supercar owners have undestood that putting miles on your vehicle should be the most important reason for buying a supercar, being friendly to the humans aboard is a pretty big deal.

Also, since the added rear-wheel-steer of the Aventador S will undoubtedly give many people an overwhelming itch to try and drift the car, pulling such stunts with the roof off makes things even better, as we found out in our Aventador Roadster review.

P.S.: Those of you who wouldn't be able to enjoy the Aventador S Roadster "right now" due to icy driving conditions should keep one thing in mind - when coming up with the title above, we made a bit of a bet, namely that Lamborghini used a nice little UAE location called The Sevens for the background of the image borrowed by the digital artist.
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