While there's a good bit of camo trying to hide the drop top, look closely and you can see a few more lines on the roof than usual. While we fully expected to see a cloth top akin to the cover on the Murcielago Roadster, this bruiser looks to be wearing a carbon fiber shell up top. At this point, it's unclear whether the top will be stowable on board or whether owners will have to hire someone to drive along behind them with the roof in tow.
Is there anything more magical than a 700-horsepower V12 crammed into a convertible carbon-fiber shell? The answer is no, there isn't. The hardtop version can crank all the way up to 217 mph. It remains to be seen whether or not the roadster version will be able to maintain that lofty mark.