The 2016 Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4, which has now gone topless–perfect for South Beach. The long awaited successor of the Gallardo Spyder is the highpoint of Italian flair and craftsmanship with untainted power. The goal for Huracán Spyder was to chop the top without compromising aerodynamics or the stiffness of torsional rigidity. The electrohydraulic cloth soft top can be retracted in about 17 seconds, even at speeds of up to 30 miles per hour. Constructed out of a combination of weight-saving aluminum and carbon fiber, the Huracán Spyder chassis is about 40 percent stiffer when compared to the Gallardo Spyder. Also added is a flat underbody and a sizeable air diffuser placed in the rear bumper, which notes the efforts that Lamborghini took to ensure that the new convertible was as aerodynamic as could be. Also, a feature that was borrowed from the Aventador, is the ability to lower the rear window and allow the engines symphony into the interior cabin; if small talk isn’t the order of the day.
With a 5.2-liter V10 610-horsepower from the coupé, the Huracán Spyder can reach speeds upwards of 200 miles per hour. But, who would want to miss out on all Miami has to offer at that speed. Palm trees, ocean breeze, and sunny days. If there were ever a city made for a convertible, Miami would be the first place that comes to mind. Cruising through South Florida in this stunning exotic is sure to turn heads wherever you pull up.