The Aventador S is an upgraded version of Lamborghini’s flagship hypercar. It’s very expensive, very loud and very fast, with few concessions to anything other than performance.
The Huracán Spyder follows in the footsteps of its coupe sibling with both all-wheel drive and rear-wheel-drive versions.
The Lamborghini Huracán Spyder LP610-4 is the al fresco version of the Huracán, sitting within a model range that also includes the LP610-4 and LP580-2 coupes. They all benefit from a glorious-sounding, naturally aspirated 5.2-litre V10, but losing the roof lets you get that little bit closer to it.
The drop-top version of Lambo's Huracan supercar shown at Frankfurt