Rear-wheel drive Huracan Spyder Evo officially presented

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Rear-wheel drive Huracan Spyder Evo officially presented

Family Lamborghini Huracan supplemented Roadster Huracan Evo RWD Spyder. Presentation of novelties because of the pandemic COVID-19 played virtual on the website of the brand using augmented reality technology. The dvuhdverka as the coupe, got the 5.2 V10 engine capacity of 610 forces and special configured system, traction control.

The basis of the Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD Spyder – hybrid chassis of aluminum and carbon fiber, covered with external panels made of thermoplastic composite. Assembled suspension double wishbone with steel springs, hydraulic bump stops and magnetorheological adaptive dampers. Immediately behind the seats installed “aspirated” 5.2 V10 developing 610 forces (560 Nm) and combined with seven-step “robot” LDF with two clutches. With him the Roadster accelerates to the first hundred in 3.5 seconds, to 200 – for 9.6 seconds. Top speed of 324 kilometers per hour.

The potential of the supercar on different surfaces are designed to reveal system of a choice of modes of movement, ANIMA and recalibrated traction control P-TCS. Depending on the selected profile (Strada, Sport or Corsa) electronics will be either accurately measure the traction for maximum grip with the road, or allow the wheels to slip within acceptable limits, or optimizes traction and enhance stability on the exit of turns.

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To distinguish the rear-wheel drive Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD from AWD Spyder Roadster can be a different splitter, vertical blades in the front bumper and diffuser. Soft textile roof of the model folds and unfolds in just 17 seconds at speeds up to 50 kilometers per hour, although this is far from a record 6.8 seconds from the Aston Martin Vantage. The centre console is touch-sensitive supercar 8.8-inch display media system-enabled smartphone, access to the Network and Apple CarPlay.

According to the head of Lamborghini Stefano Domenicali, RWD Huracan Spyder Evo driver promises the “unfiltered feedback, doubling the excitement of driving”.