Straight from restarting creation following a two-month production line shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, Lamborghini has uncovered its new Huracan Evo Rear-Wheel-Drive (RWD) Spyder.
Joining the Evo Coupe, Evo Spyder and the Evo RWD Coupe, the most recent individual from the range includes an electric-collapsing texture rooftop that can bring down inside 17sec, at rates of up to 50kph.
Like its hard-top kin, the RWD Spyder draws its capacity from a 5.2-liter, normally suctioned V10 motor. It sends 610hp and 560Nm to the back pivot by method of a 7-speed double grip programmed gearbox.
Execution figures are surprisingly comparable between the two RWD models, in spite of the rooftop system and auxiliary upgrades adding 120kg to the dry load of the Spyder. Its 0-100kph time of 3.5sec is simply 0.2sec longer than that of the RWD Coupé. Tops speed is an asserted 323kph.
Like the RWD Coupe, the new drop-top can be separated from its four-wheel-drive Evo Spyder stablemate by the inconspicuous styling changes, including another front splitter with bigger air admissions and vertically arranged cooling blades, a bespoke back diffuser, and a gleaming dark back guard.
The Evo Spyder’s unmistakable twin braces are persisted for improved streamlined effectiveness and greatest downforce (Lamborghini claims RWD Coupe-coordinating figures for both), and there’s a couple of removable windshields to limit street commotion when the rooftop is brought down.
The back window can be electrically brought down, regardless of the rooftop’s situation, to let a greater amount of the V10’s sound enter the lodge.
The two-seat inside is indistinguishable from that of the RWD Coupe, with infotainment and driver help capacities controlled by means of a 8.4-inch touchscreen mounted in the middle reassure. Apple CarPlay is standard, as is the Amazon Alexa voice acknowledgment usefulness; there is no Android Auto, however.
Lamborghini says the RWD Spyder’s dynamic execution is additionally on a standard with that of the RWD Coupe, with the Performance Traction Control System (P-TCS) uniquely tuned for steady torque conveyance and footing significantly under hard cornering. A similar three driving modes – Strada, Sport and Corsa – are accessible, offering fluctuating degrees of electronic help fit to various driving situations.
As standard, the drop-top Lamborghini highlights cross-bored steel brake circles that sit behind 19-inch Kari wheels, with carbon-artistic plates and 20-inch wheels accessible as alternatives. Further discretionary equipment redesigns incorporate variable-proportion guiding and electromagnetic damper control.
Lamborghini is quick to underscore the simple idea of the Huracan Evo’s driving experience – a viewpoint that, it says, is improved by the removable top of the Spyder.
Chief Stefano Domenicali said the vehicle “pairs the driving fun, conveying crude driving delight with the chance to commend life outside.”
He included: “The driver is splendidly in contact with Lamborghini’s building legacy, encountering the input and commitment from the arrangement of a back wheel-drive vehicle where electronic interruption is limited, while getting a charge out of the feeling of opportunity and soul of life that solitary open-top driving gives.”
Coming to India, Lamborghini rushed to dispatch the Huracan Evo RWD Coupe here – inside a month of its worldwide introduction. Be that as it may, it is not yet clear when the new RWD Spyder will be brought here. Anticipate that costs should be at a premium contrasted with the RWD Coupe that was propelled at Rs 3.22 crore (ex-showroom) prior this year.
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