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Chocolate-Colored Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Is Low on Cocoa, High on HP

Remember the mocha-hued Ferrari LaFerrari we recently showed you? Since we had our doubts on the authenticity of the hypercar's color (read: it was, most likely, a Photoshop job), we're back on the topic and we want to show you a geniune delicious go-fast machine this time.
Chocolate-Colored Lamborghini Aventador Roadster 5 photos
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We're talking about a chocolate-colored Lamborghini Aventador Roadster - coincidentally, the Raging Bull has also been spotten in London. In fact, while it seems like the Sant'Agata Bilognese machine is parked on Stratton Street, the Fezza may have just been photographed in the same place. And we'll have to thank Autogespot for these delicious images.

We are obviously dealing with a wrap, but we have to admire the way in which this shade of Brown tickles our senses, allowing this Raging Bull to stand out without turning to one of those overly flashy Chrome wraps, for instance.

In fact, the Aventador Roadster you see here isn't the first choco-themed supercar we've brought you this season. Nevertheless, the Ferrari 458 Speciale that allows appeals to our coccoa and sugar love took a different route.

The Prancing Horse in question came with a wrap that used the Milka colors, albeit while serving as a 605 hp advertisment for a German wheels specialist.

Perhaps it was the sweet theme of the Fezza that made a Youtuber who tested the car forget about closing the luggage compartment lid. And with the kind of acceleration such a naturally aspirated Ferrari can provide, it didn't take too long before the windshield got cracked.

Fortunately, though, the owner of the Speciale didn't seem all that upset about the incident, so we can now all look back at the adventure and smile.

Give the supercar wrap industry another year or so and you'll probably be able to think about your sweet delight of choice knowing that somewhere out there you can find a high-octane equivalent of it.


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