The final Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae Roadster rolled out of the production line last month, and now the Italian automaker released its full details. This special example of the supercar, personalized by the Ad Personam division, features a matching spec with the one-off Lamborghini Miura Roadster from 1968.
The Azzuro Flake shade for the exterior replicates the original, although with less glitter for homologation purposes. The lower portion of the bodywork is painted in Grigio Liqueo with a Nero Aldebaran pinstripe. Naked carbon fiber can be found on the splitter, side sills, and diffuser, while black carbon fiber was selected for the removable roof and the engine cover. The tailpipes are finished in matte black, and the bright silver alloy wheels contrast the black brake calipers.
Inside we find Bianco Leda leather upholstery for the seats and the lower part of the dashboard, with matching stitching contrasting with the Nero Ade Alcantara upper portion. There is a special Miura badge embroidered on the passenger side and another one on the rocker panels.
Lamborghini’s official photos depict the last Aventador together with the one-off Miura Roadster. The special topless Miura was introduced at the 1968 Brussels Motor Show and it was well received but it never reached production, remaining a one-off. After changing hands and being repainted, the unique model returned to Lamborghini’s hands and got a complete restoration in 2008 getting back to its original spec.
The last Lamborghini with a non-electrified V12 has already been delivered to its Swiss owner, marking the end of an era. Lamborghini built a total of 11,465 units of the Aventador in its 11-year lifecycle. Production of the flagship was intended to end sooner, but a car-carrying ship sank in the Atlantic together with 15 examples of the Aventador, forcing Sant’Agata to restart the process. The model’s successor is expected to debut sometime in 2023, with a brand-new hybrid V12 powertrain.