This was the prequel to the Roadster, unveiled just six months after the first Aventador Coupe was unveiled. The car featured the same 700 horsepower engine as the standard Aventador, but Lambo opted to leave out air conditioning and a radio in order to save weight. Since there was only one J in existence, it’s no surprise that it sold at a mind-blowing figure of $2.8 million. Later Sheikh Al Yahyaa requested a J and Lambo did build one for him, at an undisclosed price.
Again, the same principle as the first roadster. Chop the roof off, throw in carbon fiber bits and you have yourself a real winner. The roadster is 0.3 seconds slower to 60 mph compared to the coupe, but when you have something which looks like it does, would you even honestly care?