Remember the old days? When choosing a convertible meant a shaky ride and more weight? Thanks to Lamborghini, those sacrifices are a thing of the past. Because the Huracan was designed as a roadster from the beginning, adding a roof simply added a few lbs for those who prefer a coupe. For those of us who don't need AWD, the EVO lost its front axles last year. Now we come to the next logical model, as the 2021 Lamborghini Huracán EVO Rear-Wheel Drive Spyder has been unveiled.

The party started this morning at 7 am using augmented reality. Anyone with a late-model Apple product could view every detail in full size. If not, here are the details. Behind the cockpit is the same V10 found in the EVO RWD Coupe. Because they only send power to the rear wheels, the computer limits power to 610 with 413 lb-ft of torque. To execute the perfect drift, the Performance Traction Control System makes sure torque is never abruptly denied to the rear differential. This flies in the logic of the nuisance nanny systems that seem to end your fun halfway around a corner.

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It will reach 62 mph in 3.5 seconds with a top speed of 201 mph. With a dry weight of 3,326 lbs, it will be nimble and comfortable. Magnetic ride control is an option, as is Lamborghini Dynamic Steering. It shares styling with the RWD coupe to differentiate it from its AWD siblings. Pricing in the U.S. will start at $229,428, so click the button below to order yours.