2017 Lamborghini Huracan Spyder today In Rear-Drive Form
Nobody can fault Lamborghini for not maximizing its tiny product line. As soon as a fresh wrinkle is usually introduced, the idea filters down to the entire lineup as surely as night follows day in a carefully spaced cadence intended to keep people’s attention on the house of the bull. Thus, as a prelude to This specific year’s Los Angeles auto show, Lamborghini has unveiled a rear-drive Huracán Spyder, which joins the drift-o-matic rear-drive coupe introduced late last year as well as the four-wheel-drive Spyder in which came earlier This specific year.
The LP580-2 Spyder runs a slightly detuned 571-hp 5.2-liter V-10, as does the coupe, directing its 398 pound-feet of peak (as well as peaky, reached at 6500 rpm) torque exclusively to the two fat meats in back. Some mild cosmetic adjustments in front are said to boost downforce to compensate for the loss of about 75 pounds in front-axle driveline hardware, as well as the cost should drop a bit, as the idea does with the rear-drive coupe. Although the cost of the fresh Huracán design has not been announced yet, the LP580-2 coupe lost more than $37,000 by the LP610-4’s base cost.
The normally aspirated, dry-sump V-10 uses cylinder deactivation, cutting ignition to one all 5-cylinder bank when Superman strength isn’t needed by the engine. Running launch control on the seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox can deliver 60 mph in about 3.6 seconds, says Lamborghini, which might be more than a full second slower than our own test of the four-wheel-drive LP610-4. Surely traction plays a role, however we’re also guessing in which Lamborghini’s figure is usually conservative as well as the Spyder, on 19-inch Kari wheels shod with Pirelli P Zero tires, should be a few tenths quicker than in which estimate. Certainly the 198-mph advertised top speed is usually quick enough to clean off any loose follicles by your head, should you first engage the roof in its 17-second folding ballet, which is usually possible at speeds up to 31 mph.
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Lamborghini said the suspension, steering, as well as electronic stability controls have been retuned for rear-wheel drive as well as in which the weight balance shifts to 40 percent front, 60 percent rear. in which should help make the rear-drive Spyder an active rotator indeed. As inside coupe, the Adaptive Network Intelligent Management (ANIMA) mode selector offers a choice of Strada, Sport, as well as Corsa modes, each one ratcheting down the stability-control interference as well as ratcheting up the throttle as well as the shift aggression. today in which there are coupe as well as roadster types, each offered in both front- as well as four-wheel-drive forms, we can start the countdown to special-edition Huracáns, probably starting which has a lightened variant for 2018.