Lamborghini is all about ludicrous speed, flamboyant style, deafening noise, and above all, fun. Although the idea of chopping off the roof to turn a sports car into a convertible is blasphemy in our book — as it weakens the well engineered stiff body and ruins the delicate chassis balance — when it comes to chopping off the roof of a Lamborghini, we can’t help ourselves but start grinning like an idiot at the very thought of it. By removing the roof, it adds an extra dose of emotion and unhinged sense of adventure to the already raging bull. In short, it adds more fun.
Just in time(?) for the colder months ahead, Lamborghini unveils their expected droptop version of the Huracan. The Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder somehow transforms the already stunning Huracan into something of a supermodel. Well thought out aerodynamics keep the airflow disturbance to a minimum without ruining the lines of the car. The naturally aspirated engine that is shared with the hardtop version propels the car to 60 in a face-altering 3.4 seconds, and with no roof to keep the aural pleasures from coming into the cabin, we’re sure that the experience will be nothing short of glorious.
The Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder will arrive in driveways of lucky owners starting spring of 2016.