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Lamborghini Huracan Spyder drops by The Frankfurt Auto Show

By Victor Baker


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Lamborghini Huracan Spyder

Lamborghini couldn’t miss out on the Frankfurt Motor Show, taking the wraps off the Spyder version of the Huracan in the heart of Germany. As you’d expect, the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder shares most of its design with the coupe, although it comes with a newly developed electro-hydraulic soft top which will open and close in just 17 seconds at speeds of up to 31 miles (50 km/h).

Operating the roof is as easy as touching a button, with the driver having the option of opening the rear window at any time. Customers may opt out from black, brown and red hues for the fabric roof, with a built-in duct reducing turbulence while enjoying the sun’s warm rays.

Lamborghini has also added two removable lateral wind guards, which are supposed to enhance comfort by damping the lateral aerodynamic pulsations.

Lamborghini Huracan Spyder

Weighing in at just 1,542 kg, the Huracan Spyder benefits from the same 5.2L V10 naturally aspirated engine as the coupe, good for around 610 PS and 560 Nm of torque. This translates into a hair rising 3.4 seconds time for the 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) run, and 10.2 seconds for reaching 200 km/h (124 mph), not to mention a top speed of 324 km/h (201 mph). Let’s not talk fuel consumption, because that’s irrelevant considering this incredible vehicle.

What is important is that the Spyder will stop efficient and safely, thanks to standard carbon ceramic brakes with 380 mm front discs and colored brake calipers. Other standard goodies include LED headlights, 20-inch Giano alloys and the 12.3-inch TFT instrument cluster.

Please note that Lamborghini will start delivering the Huracan Spyder next spring, and it will cost you at least €186,450 plus taxes.

Lamborghini Huracan Spyder

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