The Lamborghini and Ferrari brand is known for their luxurious vehicles. While they have plenty of models for the European market, not every one of them finds a way into the rest of the world.
The Huracan LP610-4 Spyder which is one of the popular models that sport a sleek design is coming to Australia in 2016. The company made the news official and showcased the model for buyers in the country. While the actual launch is a good six months away, the brand has revealed official information related to the vehicle. At launch, it will set buyers back by a solid $470,800 to own it which doesn’t include on-road pricing. Based on the region they live in Australia, additional costs have to be managed before it is available for you.
It’s an open car which gives it an utmost stylish look. The car was revealed to the local media at Sant’Agata Bolognese. Some of the interesting pictures from the press event have been released which you can view here and see how good the car looks.
The regular coupe version of the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 Spyder launched in Australia in the beginning of 2015. However, if you find the open model more appealing, it is mandatory to pay at least $42,800 more in order to go for a car that not many people own. The vehicle requires an expected 17 seconds in order for the roof to completely open or close. When it is in the process, the car should be at 50 kilometers per hour and not more.
Irrespective of the position of the roof, the windshield/rear window in the car can be controlled electronically. When closed, it amplifies the sound of the car making it look and feel more premium. Buyers have multiple color choices to go with. The roof is available in brown, red and black options. It has been designed to ensure that the car’s center of gravity is maintained at all times which makes it easier to drive it.
The total weight of this particular model is 1542 kilograms which is 120 kg more than the coupe version. It is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 which accelerates the car from 0 to 100 kmph in 3.4 seconds. There are three different modes, namely the Sport, Strada and Corsa to choose from based on your driving style and location. A 12.3-inch display makes it easy to control the infotainment system.