The last time we saw pictures of the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, it was doing some cold-weather testing in Sweden. But from the sounds of it, the official unveiling of the car will take place at a much warmer locale in Miami, Florida. According to, the open-top version of the Aventador will be introduced on November 12.

If this is the case, it definitely makes sense seeing as how popular both convertibles and Lamborghinis are in Miami. Unlike the current softtop convertibles that Lamborghini offers, the Aventador Roadster is expected to have a removable two-peice carbon fiber hardtop.

It isn't clear if the Aventador Roadster's unveiling has anything to do with the South Florida International Auto Show that kicks off this Friday and runs through November 18.

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      I have $3,000 for a down payment on a car. Is that enough to order one of these ?..No ?...Shove it !
      • 2 Years Ago
      Pretty big ego or very small penis is the driving factor in this I WANT ATTENTION and the police drawn to me car!
      • 2 Years Ago
      private event on Monday.
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      Sorry, but this thing looks like the Ford GT that won LeMans decades ago.
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      The terms "boring" and "Lamborghini" should never be spoken together in the same sentence...but I am getting tired of every new Lamborghini model looking like the last one. When this company was under the control of Italians, it was much more daring and innovative. Some designs worked while others didn't...and part of the fun was always seeing what they would come up with next. Under the ownership of the VW Group however, Lamborghini has stalled significantly while Ferrari has maintained it's originality through a series of fresh designs decade after decade. The routine is getting very old now, VW. Can you please do something original with this brand for a change?
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      who cares, ultra high end cars are just too much, and I LOVE cars... maybe it's because I am not filthy rich, and if I was I still think I would go for a more subdued Porsche to get a nice fast car
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'd be SHOCKED if it actually got unveiled at the show as opposed to some private event. The SFIAS, while the best one we have down here, isn't really a top tier show. All the major automakers are represented there, but a few brands rely on local dealers to show up at the show (Volvo one year and Mitsubishi/Suzuki every year). Also, the exotic manufacturers don't go to the show. There is a little section called "Million Dollar Alley" where they have some Ferraris, Bentleys, Lamborghinis and Rolls, but they are all brought their by the local exotic dealers, kept in a roped off area that only around 20-30 people are let into at one time, and kept locked. So yeah, it's probably a coincidence, because Miami is one of the few locations in the US that is warm this time of year, plus they have a huge potential customer base down here.
      • 2 Years Ago
      sexy beast.
      • 2 Years Ago
      I grew up loving cars. I was the kid collecting Hot Wheels and model cars. Lamborghini Countach was the greatest car in my childhood days. We know now it was a terrible boat of a car, but the design was breathtaking, like something straight out of Hot Wheels wet dream. I feel like through the 2000's the super car fantasy fell flat. Everything was just a mirror of something else, uninspired and boring. I stopped liking Lamborghini long ago after celebrity "Cribs" episodes managed to kill the dignity and sportsmanship of Lamborghini with every one from D list Rappers, to Beverly Hills trophy wives degrading and diluting the image of Lamborghini, turning it into a California "must have" accessory, instead of legitimate super car. Then Aventador came along. With the looks of something like a video game rocket car, I was suddenly in love with Lamborghini again. The car design is great, its everything a Lamborghini should be and more, a roadster is just even better. I may never be able to afford one, but as soon as I get my doctorate, Im running down to the nearest super car rental place.