This is Lamborghini’s 50th year and it is celebrating this year with five of its new Aventador LP 700-4 Roadsters hitting runway at Miami International Airport.
After getting the special authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration and Miami Dade County the five supercars streamed across the runway at a speed of 210 mph just 7 mph below their top speed.
With the passenger jets that take off at the 150 to 180 mph on that tarmac, Aventador has become the fastest vehicle ever driven on that tarmac. Before the speed demonstration Lamborghinis were assembled in front of a Boeing 777 for a photo shoot to mark the collaboration of Boeing and Lamborghini in the area of lightweight constructions.
Lamborghinis have reached the Miami for the beginning of 10 day launch and dealer education program. 50 Lamborghinis marched on the South Beach with the roadsters leading the way as a part of he celebrations.
The new AventadorLp 700-4 roadster is the flagship model of the Lamborghini and hires the same 691 hp 6.5 litre V12 engine that also power Aventador Coupe. The convertible features unique upper part that extends along the geometric lines from its carbon fiber removable roof top to engine hood.
The roof has been designed into two pieces, that can fit at their respective place easily and if they are not in use they can be easily put into the front compartment.
The 50years of Lamborghini will be highlighted with the 750 mile Grande Giro Lamborghini rally that will be starting from Italy on May 7th, the same day when Automobili Lamborghini S.P.A was started 50 years ago.