The special edition Aventador S Roadster was unveiled on "Lamborghini Day 2017" in Tokyo. To make things more special, Lamborghini has introduced this new Aventador S Roadsters in five unique versions, inspired by the five natural elements in Japanese culture - earth, wind, fire, water, and sky.More news: Ivanka Trump Visits Bucks County for Town Hall
Getting back to the fancy Aventador S Roadster at hand, it took no less than 170 hours and a team of 10 specialists to finish the paint that blends nicely with the exposed carbonfibre used for the hardtop and the windscreen frame. The auto gets a "50 Japan" badge close to the rear fender along with exposed carbon fibre windscreen frame and a hard top. The interiors will comprise Nero Ade black leather and Nero Cosmus black Alcantara, along with unique seat embroidery, and stitching that fades in the same fashion as the exterior color.
Carbon fiber is also generously used for its hardtop as well as several accents in the interior including a hexagonal plate with the symbol for water etched in Japanese.More news: Broncos QB Trevor Siemian will remain the starter after Week 7
There's a very good reason why Lamborghini made a decision to do a special edition of the Aventador S Roadster just for Japan as it's now the second most important market for the brand.
Stefano Domenicali, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Automobili Lamborghini, commented: "On the occasion of this important anniversary for our brand in Japan, I wish to thank our Japanese customers for their support over the years and their strong bond with our marque". Revealed recently at the Lamborghini Concours d'Élégance in Tokyo, the 50th Anniversary model took center stage among 50 other iconic Fighting Bulls such as the Miura, Countach, and Diablo. The high-end vehicle manufacturer based in Sant'Agata expects the Urus SUV to further bolster its presence in the Land of the Rising Sun once goes on sale in 2018 following its debut on 4 December. The victor of the show was a 1976 Countach LP400, which beat out the Miura SV that was recently restored by Lamborghini's Polo Storico vintage division. The Best of Show prize was awarded to an orange Countach LP 400 from 1976 (car serial number#1120186). Tokyo witnessed a parade of more than eighty modern Lamborghini models, which wound through the famous area of the Tokyo Tower and the fashionable Ginza district.More news: Wenger ready to unleash big guns against Norwich
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