Carrying a typically-long Lamborghini name - Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder - the new model promises the same thrills as the Huracan hardtop with the added wind-in-the-hair factor.
Power comes from the same 5.2 litre petrol-powered V10 as the hardtop producing 448kW and 560Nm, matched with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic and Lamborghini’s all-wheel-drive system.
The topless Huracan is 0.2 seconds slower to 100km/h from rest than the hardtop with a time of 3.4 seconds, but can still break through the 200 MPH barrier, matching the coupe with a top speed of 201 MPH (324km/h).
Fuel economy is aided by a stop-start system and cylinder-on-demand, but it is unclear at this stage if the Spyder can match the coupe’s 12.5l/100km.
The Huracan Spyder weighs in at 1542kg, which makes it 120kg heavier than the coupe. Lamborghini says its new Spyder offers up to 50 percent more downforce than the Gallardo it replaces.
The switch from soft top to open-air motoring takes around 17 seconds, and this can be done at speeds of up to 50km/h.
The fabric roof is available in brown, black or red, and the rear window can be lowered even when the roof is up.
Pricing for European markets starts from €186,450 (AU$296,460), with sales expected to begin in the first half of next year.
Australian customers can also expect to see the Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder next year, with prices starting from $470,800 plus on-roads. The order book is open now.
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