Lamborghini Aventador Roadster takes to the air

Lamborghini Aventador Roadster takes to the air

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
30 Jan 2013

Lamborghini kicked off its 10-day Aventador LP700-4 Roadster media launch and dealer-education program on Monday, and it started off with a bang.

Five new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadsters took to the south runway of one of the busiest United States airports for a photo shoot, some video and some fun.

The marque received special authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration and a go-ahead from Miami-Dade County. The Bulls exceeded the passenger-jet takeoff speed, which on a runway is 240-290 km/h. The Lambos clocked 338 km/h.

The company was quick to point out in its press release that “due to integrated planning on behalf of Miami-Dade officials and the FAA, there was no impact on flight arrivals and departures.”

Personally, we'd taxi on a plane all day if the runway festivities included watching five Aventadors play on the tarmac.

The cars also posed for a photo shoot in front of a Boeing 777.

The party began with an unveiling at Lummus Park in Miami Beach, and then the ceremonies continued with a 50-vehicle parade down Collins Avenue before heading to the airstrip.

The Aventador was revealed in Geneva in 2011. It uses 700-hp V12 for motivation, achieving a top speed of 217 mph.


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