When someone comes to ask you if you want to spend an entire day with the Lamborghini Aventador coupe and roadster versions, the only correct answer will be:
Or... “Si Si Prego,” in bad Italian if you want to have them for a few extra days.
This is exactly what the guys over the British magazine AutoCar did when they were invited to spend the day with the Aventador.
What can you do when you have both the Aventador Coupe and Roadster in your garage? Not much, right? While most of the people will try to put them next to their usual competitors, AutoCar decided to do something a little bit more interesting. They put the two supercars one next to the other and wanted to see which one is the best. In theory they should deliver the same driving experiences, but in real life is a little bit different.
AutoCar didn’t put the two models on a 0 to 60 mph test, not quarter mile or top speed. Instead they wanted to see if the two models can fly!
Check out the video after the jump to see which of the two Aventador models did the best on this test of jumping talent.
Video: AutoCar Jumps Lamborghini Aventador
The roadster is for sale now at all Lamborghini dealers, but the waiting list is more than a year before delivery in most cases.
Cruise over here for all the details on this desirable machine , which can hit 60 mph in less than 3.0 seconds as well as store its two-piece carbon targa panels in the front trunk.