The mid-engined, rear-wheel drive Spyder will be priced from $429,000 before on-road costs when it goes on sale in January, 2017. The Spyder variant represents an almost $50,000 premium over its coupe sibling.
The drop-top Huracan will be powered by the same 5.2-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine that produces 426kW and 540Nm and is mated to a seven-speed dual clutch transmission.
Lamborghini is claiming that it can sprint from 0-100km/h in 3.6 seconds and has a top speed of 319km/h.
The Huracan Spyder also has an eye-wateringly high claimed fuel use of 12.1L/100km but is a statistic that wouldn't be of much concern to any potential supercar buyer.
Removing the hardware to make it rear-drive only means the weight distribution has moved to a more rear-biased 40:60 ratio compared to the all-wheel drive variants.
The LP580-2 also has unique suspension settings - with softer springs and stiffer anti-roll bars than the AWD variants - a tailored electronic stability control program and specific Pirelli PZero tyres.
Lamborghini has opted for a soft-top which can be opened and closed in 17 seconds at speeds up to 50km/h.
The driver can also electronically open or close the rear windshield bringing the V10's boisterous engine note to full crescendo for the passengers when down.
The front end of the Huracan Spyder has been tweaked by adding new large air intakes, which helps increase downforce.
Inside, the Convertible also features the car maker's 12.3-inch digital instrument display.
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