Air and (more) mood

Los Angeles (United States), 16 November 2016

Sometimes, life can be so unfair. Suppose you want to an open Lamborghini Huracán, but with more reason-oriented of all-wheel drive traction strength partout what to do now, then you were looking so far pretty in the tube. Bad, I know. But they console themselves, because some (obviously correct) decision makers at Lamborghini understand your worries and have it on the car show 2016 (18 to 27 November) also equal the solution Los Angeles. Say hello to the new Lamborghini Huracán RWD Spyder drift joyful rear wheel drive.

Drifting on the irrepressible air

With the new Huracán LP580-2 Coupé (the best and for many also the fun way to go Huracán) one has apparently proved the right nose. At least the entry level rear wheel driven Lambo seems so good to go you now pushes for a corresponding version of Spyder. The first car under the new Lamborghini Chief Stefano Domenicali "offers the lifestyle of driving under open sky in conjunction with exhilarating rear-wheel drive technology." What the boss says: override is now also in the fresh air.

In 3.6 seconds to 100 km/h

The rest of the Lamborghini Huracán RWD Spyder is known in principle. He also gets the wonderful 5.2 litre V10 cleaner, here with 580 HP and 540 nm of torque. Via a seven-speed double clutch the force now invariably goes backwards. The Sprint from 0-100 km/h happened in 3.6 seconds (no current Lambo is slower, you should can get over it), is 200 km/h in 10.4 seconds, top speed is 319 km/h.

From January 2017

The RWD Spyder is also slightly heavier than the closed Huracáns. Dry, he comes to 1,509 kilos. That's why he receives customized springs and stabilizers, an own setup for the Steering, as well as new polls for ESP and traction control. The weight distribution is Lambo with 40:60. Visually, there are news, though not groundbreaking. Front and rear bumper were subtly modified and equipped with larger air intakes. There are also specially designed 19-incher. The roof mechanism itself remains unchanged, i.e.: the fabric roof opens and closes in 17 seconds and up to speeds of 50 km/h. Also here there are detachable lateral wind protection elements that are meant to reduce wind noise (as if in this car, wind noise were the problem). The market launch of the Lamborghini Huracán RWD Spyder is in the January 2017. According to the manufacturer, the prices are between those of the Coupé versions with rear - wheel and all-wheel drive. This means: between 180,000 and 200,000 euros. (black & white)