2016 Lamborghini Huracan Spyder Specs Reviews and Photos
If you demand the very best, Lamborghini has delivered a world-class supercar. The Huracan Spyder is a harmonious blend of carbon fiber and horsepower endowed with the spirit of a raging bull. The name is a Spanish pronunciation of Hurricane, and it is just a potent with the top up or down. Nothing compares to the power and fury of such a storm, and the Spyder is a category 5.
Often times, the lines of a coupe do not translate well onto a convertible. But Lamborghini has made a world-class drop top. The bold hexagonal lines of the carbon atom were the inspiration for many of the contours. The well-insulated cloth top can be raised or lowered in only 17 seconds, and it can be done at speeds up to 30 mph. Every form has a function, nothing in the design is arbitrary.
MSRP – Price
The suggested retail for a well-equipped Huracan Spyder is $287,225
The interior of the Spyder is nearly identical to the coupe, but not the Performante. Customers who demand the very best will find diamond stitched seats, two-tone leather, and microfiber suede. Controls and information are well placed for easy access. Even the A/C vents received proper attention, a rarity in cars in this class.
The body and chassis are just as strong as the Huracan Coupe. Strength was added to the windshield frame along with automatic rollover hoops to protect the cockpit in case of a rollover. The 5.2 liter V10 is mounted low to provide great handling and preserve the driver’s line of sight. All-wheel drive is optional, as are magnetic suspension and dynamic steering.
The bullish beast is powered by a 5.2 liter V10. It is a flat-plane design that revs to 8,250 rpm in order to make 610 metric horsepower and 414 lb-ft of torque. A compression ratio of 12.7 allows it to meet strict emission controls thanks to the clean burn.
The Huracan Spyder has the best NVH numbers on the market. Noise, Vibration & Harshness are measurements of how much irritation the cockpit feels. Since the frame is incredibly stiff, the suspension performs flawlessly. Double wishbones at all corners are commanded by traditional coil overs or an optional Magnetic Ride system.
Electric power steering is standard equipment, but the optional Lamborghini Dynamic Steering offers the ability to change ratios in an instant.
The only gearbox is a 7-speed dual clutch automatic
Your only option is rear or all-wheel drive. The latter makes use of a Haldex center differential to send power instantly where its needed. If lap times are not your goal, RWD makes for better mileage and less weight.
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