Lamborghini Introduces Rear Wheel Drive Huracan Spyder
A rear wheel drive Huracan which could also provide the pleasure of open top driving
As the name suggests, all the 5.2-litre V10 units 572 Bhp is sent to the rear wheels via the 7 speed duel clutch transmission. Now offcourse! This is a Lamborghini and the performance figures on this open top Coupe surely does justice to the car. The Huracan Spyder is capable of sprinting from 0-100 km/h mark in just 3.6 seconds while it can attain a top speed of 319 km/h mark. The car weighs just 1509 kilograms which actually helps it to receive an impressive power to weight ratio of 2.6 kg/hp. The Huracan’s stiff aluminium and carbon fibre chassis helps in improving the handling further. The suspension system has also been optimized to handle two wheel drive settings. Furthermore the weight reduction of the Convertible too has been biased to 40 percent towards the front and 60 percent towards the rear.
As far as the styling is concerned the Huracan Spyder RWD is concerned the entire front and rear of the Spyder variant has been redesigned completely to make it look different from the four wheel drive variant. The rear wheel drive Spyder variant gets slightly bigger front air intakes which direct cold air directly to the headwind to which increases down pressure on the front axles. The Huracan Spyder variant also gets specially developed Pirelli P-Zero tyres especially designed for this car which is actually wrapped around 19 inch Kari rims. The RWD open top Huracan also gets specially contoured steel brakes with aluminum brake disc pots assist which actually helps in weight reduction improved cooling and also weight reduction.
Coming to the interiors the RWD variant gets Lamborghini’s latest 12.3” hi-res TFT instrument panel. The soft top panel on top takes just 17 seconds to open or close and can be operated upto speeds of 50 km/h mark. This soft top is what helps to distinguish the convertible from the coupe variant. There is also an open air duct which reduces the turbulence in the headroom. There is a small rear window as well which can be put up or down if the roof is closed or open. Just like every other Huracan variant the RWD Spyder variant to gets the ANIMA (Adaptive Network Intelligent Management: ‘soul’ in Italian) button on the steering wheel which allows the driver to adopt different driving modes. These driving modes include STRADA which is for daily use, SPORT for sporty driving fun, and CORSA to extract the maximum performance from the engine at the tracks.
Lastly to save fuel all the Lamborghini Huracan variants gets cylinder deactivation system which helps in reducing fuel consumption and also CO2 emission.