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Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
The long-awaited Huracán Spyder gains an electrohydraulic cloth soft top that opens in 17 seconds, even at speeds of up to 31 mph. With the top down, the rear deck lid features two long fins that stretch from right behind the passenger compartment to the rear fascia, a styling cue that helps differentiate the Spyder from its coupe counterpart. The fins also direct additional cooling air into the engine bay.
Customization was high on Lamborghini’s list of priorities. The top can be ordered in black, brown or red, and the panel right above the windshield can be either left with the Huracán emblem or personalized. Additionally, buyers can choose from a palette of eleven paint colors and from several alloy wheel designs.
The interior is largely carried over from the Huracán coupe, though the Spyder boasts innovative ducts that reduce air turbulence in the cockpit, as well as removable lateral wind guards that let sun-worshipers to have a conversation even when the top is down. When small talk isn’t the order of the day, the rear window can be opened in order to let the engine’s symphony into the cabin, a feature borrowed from the larger Aventador Spyder.