We can address the subject of drive at L amborghini Huracan Spyder quickly, because this is where you get no differences to the Huracan with a fixed roof. The 5.2-liter V10 naturally aspirated engine roars 610 HP and 560 Nm out into the world. Equipped with a seven-speed dual clutch transmission, the all-wheel drive accelerates from zero to 100 km /h in 3.4 seconds - two tenths slower than the Coupé - and reaches a top speed of 325 km /h (Coupé: 325 km /h). There are also hardly any deviations in terms of dimensions - the Spyder is only 15 mm higher than the Coupé. In terms of weight, the Spyder has increased by 120 kg compared to the Coupé, which drives the power-to-weight ratio to 2.53 kg /hp. As with the Coupé, 43 percent of the weight is on the front and 57 percent on the rear axle.
Lamborghini Huracan Spyder with new silhouette
Let's get to the bottom line - the new roof construction. The soft top, which is available in brown, red and black, opens fully hydraulically in 17 seconds and is stored in a very compact storage space behind the seats. The transformation can take place up to 50 km /h. The driver can operate the rear window electrically both with the roof open and closed. There are two side, detachable wind deflectors for additional comfort when driving open.
When the roof is open, two fins are visible behind the passenger cell. When the roof is opened, these fold out of the convertible top compartment and define the line of the Huracan Spyder. The fins start at the back of the seats and continue the roof line to the stern. The new, automatically deploying rollover protection is hidden underneath. Of course, there was also a new shape for the bonnet, which was given a typical lamella design.
The new Lamborghini Huracan Spyder will be available from spring 2016. Prices start at 186,450 euros plus tax.