Lamborghini to launch Aventador Roadster in India on 25th Jan

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Supercars are coming into India quick and how. Just after the global launch, Lamborghini is all set to launch the Aventador Roadster in India on the 25th of January 2013. The Roadster will be similar to the coupe except for a few changes.

the rear pillar has been redesigned to offer total support for the removable roof and a new engine hood that features a central "spinal column" with two pairs of hexagonal windows connected at the sides. The new Aventador Roadster is being offered with a two-piece roof made entirely from carbon fiber that can be stored in the front luggage compartment. Rest of the madness remains the same

Stay tuned to this thread for more details, prices and pictures.

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Good to see premium brands offering a larger variety of options in their basket.

Being a CBU why not ? :D

On 2nd thought the Aventador wait list is already too long (> 12-16 months)

As Aventador production is limited to 600 units per year.

These two articles here where the 1st link says the story about India & 2nd about the global shortage too ;



I dont know how Lamborghini copes with the demand of the Roadster.

Suppose say there are 25 ready customers for the Roadster. Knowing the demand globally Not more than 10 Roadsters will be allotted to India. So what about the rest 15 ?

Premium ? Why not

No doubt the customers of a Lamborghini wouldnt mind paying premium like this man here;

DEMAND and no SUPPLY will back fire

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