Earlier today we revealed you the Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 and told you that the vehicle will be officially unveiled next year at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Soon after the official unveiling, we received an email showing the first rendering with the Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder. It didn’t take long until X-Tomi Design rendered the open-top version of the new Huracan and we can say we are quite impressed.
The new Huracan already created a buzz on the Web and we expect the Spyder to do the same thing, when it will be unveiled in 2015. Just like the coupe, the Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder will be powered by the same 5.2-liter V10 engine developing 610 hp (448 kW) and 560 Nm of torque.
In terms of performance we expect the coupe to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds, to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 9.9 seconds, while the top speed will be over 320 km/h (200 mph). Fuel consumption will be 12.5 liters per 100 km/h, which translates into 290 g/km of CO2 emissions.
For those who don’t know it yet, the Gallardo successor took its name from a fighting bull of the Spanish Conte de la Patilla breed, who fought in Alicante in August 1879 and showed his unrelenting character.
The ''Lamborghini Dynamic Steering'' variable steering ratio system and magneto-rheologic suspension damper control will be both available as options for further customization of the Huracán's dynamic behavior. They are also calibrated via the three different dynamic set-ups.
The sophistication of a Lamborghini is in the allure of its highly concentrated power - every single line and detail seeks after the demand for speed, progression, and performance. Design is a fundamental component of the Huracán LP 610-4, too - distinguishable, hermetically sealed and totally free from ornamentation.
The proportions frame the contours of a dynamic wedge which measures 4,459 mm in length, 1,924 mm in width and 1,165 mm in height, with an elongated wheelbase of 2,620 mm. Rigid curves contrast with sharp edges, which require ingenious innovation in working with aluminum and carbon fiber and with geometric surfaces. A trademark basic form for Lamborghini is the hexagon – clearly seen in the front air intakes and their three-dimensionally formed mesh inserts, in the side windows, in the intake openings for the motor and in the standard-fit wheels in Giano design.
The arrow-shaped front end of the Lamborghini Huracán angles sharply download like a shark’s nose, with two creases adding contour to the hood. The flat, angular headlamps are equipped only with LEDs – a state-of-the-art technology in this segment of super sports car. Light guides create the daytime running light, forming two Y-shaped contours in every headlamp and allowing the Huracán to have the appearance of a predator prepared to jump.
With a color temperature of 5,500 Kelvin, the LED light is near to that of daylight, providing top-notch road illumination and putting almost no stress on the eyes. The LEDs are built to last the lifetime of the car and are remarkably energy efficient.
A huge air intake, cut deep into the front end and expanding over its full width, rules the front of the Huracán. Fins painted in body color cut bold diagonal lines through it. As on a race car, the lower contours of the air intake extend forward to create a splitter.
The pioneering character of the Lamborghini design is especially obvious from the side - the Huracán LP 610-4 is a fast-moving technical sculpture.