2017 Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2 Spyder Rear Wheel Drive
Nobody can nonaccomplishment Lamborghini for not increasing its little commodity formation. As soon as a brand-new wrinkle is informed, it devices down to the whole roll as surely as dark-hour follows day in a carefully put cadence intended to keep people’s attention on the dwelling of the cattle. Thus, as an origin to this year’s Los Angeles auto show, Lamborghini has uncovered a rear drive Huracán Spyder, which joins the drift-o-matic rear drive coupe car launched last year and the four-wheel-steer Spyder that approached earlier this year.
The LP580-2 Spyder runs a slightly detuned 571-hp 5.2-liter V-10, as does the coupe, ordering its 398 pound-feet of limit and high, approached at 6500 rpm, torque exclusively to the two abdominous food in back. Some gentle nonfunctional changes in front are expressed to increase downforce to equilibrium for the loss of about 75 pounds in front-axle driveline weaponry and the value should sphere a bit, as it does with the rear drive coupe. Although the value of the brand-new Huracán version has not been publicized yet, the LP580-2 coupe lost more than $37,000 from the LP610-4’s base value.
The normally dry-sump V-10 uses cylinder dismissal, separating fire to one five-cylinder slope when Superman strength isn’t needed from the motor. Running launch command on the seven-speed dual-clutch shell can dispatch 60 mph in about 3.6 seconds, says Lamborghini, which would be more than a full second sedate than the four-wheel-steer LP610-4. Surely friction plays a duty, but we’re also expecting that Lamborghini’s illustration is blimpish and the Spyder, on 19-inch Kari wheels booted with Pirelli P Zero tires, should be a few tenths fast than that calculation.
As in the car, the Adaptive Network Intelligent Management method selector offers a preference of Strada, Sport and Corsa methods, each one ratcheting down the steadiness-command interference and ratcheting up the valve and the translation unfriendliness. Now that there are coupe and roadster versions, each supplied in both front- and four-wheel-steer words,