There are as of now three no-nonsense renditions of the Lamborghini Huracan to look over: the Evo roadster with all-wheel drive, the Evo convertible with all-wheel drive, and the rear-wheel-drive Evo coupe, despite these people at Lamborghini were not so much persuaded with this lineup. So now, there’s a fourth. Introducing the Huracán Evo Rear-Wheel Drive Spyder; an open-top form of a vehicle we’re fairly enamored with.
The Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD is the newest offering from the Italian auto-maker, which the company has rolled out after getting back to production on May 4. Lamborghini hasn’t rolled out a vehicle of its Sant’Agata Bolognese plant since March 13 in the wake of pausing production tasks due to the coronavirus pandemic hitting Italy. The automaker’s initial arrangement was to once again begin with the production procedures on March 25, yet the break was drawn out by over a month, but now the Raging Bull is back at creating marvels, and that too in style.
The Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD Spyder balances the lineup with a convertible rooftop and power being sent exclusively at the back wheels. Furthermore, it’s similarly as strong as the Huracans that preceded it. This Spyder guarantees a similar inclination for setting tracks ablaze as its kin showed an interesting style. Being rear-wheel drive, there are no front driveshafts, so it’s lighter, with a curb weight of 1,509kg, and also has most of its weight distributed towards the backside as well.
The Huracan Evo RWD Spyder gets a 5.2-liter V10 and a seven-speed double-clutch transmission, much the same as its hardtop kin, which makes it useful for 610 ponies and 413 pound-feet of peak torque. That permits the RWD Spyder to accelerate to a speed of 62 miles an hour, from a standstill in simply 3.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 201 mph. By examination, that is a smidge slower than the Evo RWD coupe, which gets to 62 mph in 3.3 seconds and tops out at 202 mph.
The very first batch of the Huracan Evo RWD Spyders will arrive at the shores of the U.S.A this mid-year with a beginning cost of $229,428 MSRP, making it the second most-reasonable Huracan of the pack. The Evo RWD Coupe costs $208,571, the Evo AWD Coupe costs $261,274, and the Evo AWD Spyder comes at a price of $291,095.