2017 Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder Changes

Thursday, May 4th 2017. | Lamborghini

2017 Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder. Up until now if you’re interested in my Lamborghini work on you could have in one of three different ways as a coupe with rear or all-wheel drive or an all-wheel-drive convertible now a few days with the Los Angeles auto show. Name again is introducing a fourth-year into the mix a rear-wheel-drive convertible called 2017 Lamborghini Huracan rear-wheel-drive spider even though the drive train layout has changed from all-wheel drive to rear wheel drive on the spider one thing.

That has not changed is the engine is still a naturally aspirated 5.2 liter v10 that makes 580 horsepower in 398 pound-feet of torque that’s enough to move the oricon rear-wheel-drive spider from 0 to 62 miles an hour in 3.6 seconds with a top speed of a hundred 98 miles an hour.

Now 2017 Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder also comes with what’s called the forged carbon interior package Lamborghini has a proprietary process with which they take small pieces of carbon fiber and actually for them together and it leaves it with this marble the parents here rather than the weave that.

You find with most other manufacturers now in this example you can see it on the door handles on the events and even on the paddle shifters but Huracan RWD Spyder also use this material on body panels on a few of its other models. as well there are a few changes that will allow you to distinguish rear-wheel drive from all-wheel-drive convertibles starting up front now there are new front air ducts which helped her out more air over the front axle increasing down force on the front wheels.

This is necessary on a car like this that has 40 to 60 front-to-rear weight distribution in the rear there are also new rear air ducts and this bright yellow color that we’re looking at is called yellow tenerife a their economy will drive spider will go on sale in January 2017.

Lamborghini has not yet announced exact pricing but they have that it will fall somewhere between the coupe rear wheel drive and coop all-wheel drive versions that means somewhere between 200 and 235,000 dollars now one option that Lamborghini has not included on the newark on it can’t drive on water so it looks like we have to wait to get this thing on studio ground or preferably a racetrack tell you how it drives