[It does look quite realistic, but this is not an official photo declared by Lamborghini; hence we assume that it’s a concept developed by some really creative enthusiast]
Originally to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016, Lamborghini have expedited their launch of the Huracan Spyder with pressure mounting from the Ferrari camp with the unveiling of the 488 Spyder. The hard top Huracan is an interesting car; a world class performer but it doesn’t have that mad Lamborghini charm we adore so much. It’s a very calculated and serious car but the soft top is here to change that and add that zest of madness to a very Audiish car.
Now the soft top comes with Lamborghini’s gorgeous sounding V10 motor and should produce 601 BHP (610CV), exactly the same as the hard top. But the Spyder will definitely be heavier than the standard car but at this point we don’t know the margin. That should mean that out on the track the hard top would definitely be the better tool, but on a long grand tour the Spyder would surely be the preferred choice. Expect Lambo to add customized alloys unique to the Spyder along with special interior trims too. The car should see minor cosmetic changes too in order to accommodate the folding roof.
The Huracan should see a warm welcome at the Frankfurt motor show and with the launch of the new 488 Spyder it already has its work cut out. Stay tuned for more information on the Huracan Spyder after its world debut at the Frankfurt show.
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