Huracan Spyder LP580-2, a rear-wheel drive version of the regular sports coupe has been revealed at the 2016 Los Angeles Motor Show. The combination of convertible Huracan Spyder body, inspired by all wheel drive unit and the powerhouse of the standard coupe, the new variant will come mounted with a more expository Huracan rear wheel drive Spyder badge. While no such report has been disclosed for the India-bound model yet, the international trim will be launched in early next year.
As we mentioned above, the rear wheel drive coupe is breathing via the same 5.2-litre, naturally aspirated, V10 powerhouse, however, detuned version produces slightly less power of 580 Bhp and 539 Nm of torque against the AWD unit’s output of 602 Bhp and 559 Nm. Along with this power output, the car can sprint from zero to 100 kmph in 3.6 secs, which is 0.2 secs slower than the AWD model, with the max speed is clocking at 318 kmph.
Just like other Huracan sibling, the RWD Spyder also houses a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Besides, it also shares some tech features with them that include adaptive electric power steering, metal fluid dampers, which regulates through electric current. Lambo says that the steering, electronic stability controls, suspension, and the weight balance of the Spyder coupe have been changed a bit in for this new RWD unit.
The overall weight of the car now stands at 1509 kg, 120 kg heavier than the regular coupe but 33 kg lighter than the AWD trim. Furthermore, the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder LP580-2 continues to come with three different driving modes namely Strada, Sport and Corsa mode that are available in the ongoing sports coupe. What’s more in this car are specially designed Pirelli P Zero tyres as an exclusive feature. Some twists have also been made over design along with different styling as well in order to enhance the better stability and grip on the road.
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