Final Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae, an exclusive Ad Personam Roadster, pays homage to the unique Miura Roadster show car.
One-off Miura Roadster show car was unveiled at the Carrozzeria Bertone stand at Brussels Motor Show in April 1968.
The very last Lamborghini Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae has exited the gates of Automobili Lamborghini’s Sant’Agata home in Italy and currently on its way for delivery to its Swiss owner.
Created by the Lamborghini Ad Personam Studio, this special Aventador Roadster pays homage to its V12 open-top ancestor, a one-off Miura Roadster show car unveiled at the Carrozzeria Bertone stand at Brussels Motor Show in April 1968.
The body of this special left-hand drive Lamborghini Aventador Roadster is finished in a specially created Azzuro Flake color, while its roof and rear engine cover are finished in black-painted carbon fiber.
Its black air intakes and additional Nero Aldebaran livery on the Aventador’s bonnet, a Matt Black tailpipes and the Ultimae’s rims in shiny silver with black brake calipers were also inspired by the Miura Roadster.
Inside, the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae is as exclusive as the one-of-a-kind Miura Roadster. The leather seat style, and the trim throughout including dashboard and center console are also inspired by the Miura.
After also being shown at the 1968 Geneva Motor Show the show car, the Miura P400 Roadster was test-driven in Sant’Agata Bolognese, before being returned to Bertone.
It was later sold to the International Lead and Zinc Research Organization (ILZRO), who replaced every possible component with zinc or lead and repainted in olive green with green interior.
Renamed ZN 75, the Miura was used as a demonstration show car, traveling the world promoting the lead and zinc materials, and was even shown to several car design centers.
After different owners all over the world, the ZN 75 was fully restored to its original Brussels motor show condition. It was shown at the Pebble Beach concours d’élegance in 2008.