The Lamborghini Huracán Spyder provides a vivid driving experience, but it's let down by average handing and a cramped interiorget the best price
Comes with 20in alloy wheels, climate control and leather seats, but sat-nav, adaptive dampers, rear parking sensors, a rear-view camera, the front lifting system (for getting over speed bumps) and sports exhaust are all must-have options.
This engine (badged LP610-4) powers the four-wheel-drive model that makes up the vast majority of Huracán Spyder sales. It’s a serious selling point of the car, with old-school character and a brutal, yet long-revving, frantic build of power that contrasts with the shorter-lived but more explosive power delivery of its turbocharged rivals. A seven-speed automatic gearbox is standard, and it's excellent.
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