Pop Quiz: Which super sports car has been around for ten years, but its creator continues to generate spin-offs? Why yes, because it should be Lamborghini Aventador. The latest version of the mid-engine V12 tier is the Sian FKP 37, which serves as the company’s first hybrid production model and at the same time the most powerful road car ever. According to a new report from The Supercarblog, the electrified coupe will lose its roof in the near future.
Details are scarce at the moment, but rumor has it that Lamborghini has already sold them all. It is currently not known whether the Roadster will be produced in 63 copies because the coupe or the tweets from Sant’Agata Bolognese want to make it more exclusive. Logic tells us that the Sian FKP 37 Roadster will have a premium over its fixed roof brother, which was sold for $ 3.6 million.
A report from last August showed that the Aventador could stay until 2024 before being replaced by a new model derived from the Terzo Millennium concept. The 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine represents an uncertain future if we trust the rumor mill, but we hope that electrification will cause the power plant to meet stricter emissions regulations. A car world without a Lamborghini V12 just doesn’t sound right.
In addition to the Aventador, the smaller Huracan is expected to receive a hardcore version called “STO” that comes closest to a Huracan Super Trophy on the street. A street-legal Urus ST-X and a Urus hybrid SUV should also arrive.