Say Hello To The New Lambo

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By: Reb Czukoski, Vaughn Lowery, Armon Hayes × Jeff Langlois

The 2021 Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD Spyder stands with a sleek and comfortable design, making it prepared to pull up at any occasion and has seen enormous amounts of positive feedback for its accessibility across all fields. It is the newest open-top evolution of the Huracan range, first debuting at the 2014 Geneva auto show. This model is the first rear wheel drive Lamborghini in its generation and only one up for purchase at this moment.

Lamborghini’s Italian-produced machines are known for their contemporary look, intended to give users an adrenaline inducing experience. Founded in 1963 with the intent of producing luxurious, race-inspired, and timeless grand touring cars to give companies like Ferrari competition, Lamborghini serves sales worldwide and has been increasing revenue with their highly customizable vehicles. This stylish and top performance convertible is now one of the most enticing ones of its kind on the market right now.

Design

The shape of the car is aerodynamic and is cutting edge in speed and power. The car hugs the ground with its black rims, making for ease at clawing corners and whipping the bends at top speed. The 103.1-inch wheelbase and 20-inch forged Narvi rims, determines that this car is made for the track.

Sporting five different metallics, the linework makes each one feel unique. The aluminum and thermoplastic resin exterior comes in five different colors and are listed as follows; Arancio Livrea, Arancio Dac, Giallo Clarus, Verde Shock, and Celeste Fedra. The layout of the car is smooth from the front and angular from the side. The tail end of the side body inverts itself to give it a chiseled triangular shape that is sophisticated and energetic.

Power

The rear-wheel drive allows drifting on turns and requires more input than an all-wheel drive, but the calibration is very controllable. Equipped with the new Performance Traction Control System (P-TCS) computed directly for its rear-wheel drive make of the Huracan EVO and delivers torque even during the phase for realignment after drifting or side-slipping.

The 413 lb-ft of torque at 6,500 rpm allows for emerging technology, having the vehicle recognize its orientation crossed with the driver input. Its engine is a 5.2 liter, naturally aspirated V-10 with a seven-speed LDF dual-clutch transmission. These components are what make the car top its highest speed of 201 mph and gives it a 3.5 second acceleration from 0 to 62 mph.

Tech

In the cockpit, music and call apps can be accessed on an 8.4 inch touch screen in the center console of the front seats, easily reachable from the right-hand side of the driver. It also comes with bluetooth and Amazon Alexa setup which allows for in-car voice control and is reflective of convenience for communications while on the road. The ‘Lamborghini Sensonum’ audio package features a 390 watts system, 10-channel amplifier, and 10 speakers throughout the cabin. Not to mention there are additional USB cables located behind the armrests of the seats.

At about 128 decibels, you can almost hear the backfires over a mile away, satisfying the vociferous car enthusiasts. It cannot be revved in park, but putting the car in sport or corsa, while pulling on both paddles can make an exploding resonation while standing still.

Safety

The car’s configuration and low elevation from the ground allows for optimum momentum and a better ride. If finding yourself in a situation where the car does flip, detonating rods erupt from the crown of the car meant to shield the driver from the ground in an event of hurling over.

ABS and driveline traction control the cars stability for deceleration and acceleration, which are exceptionally important for drastic pace changes. The race inspired seats with carbon fiber upholstery, plants you firmly on take offs and inspires soaring velocity.

Conclusion

This fighter jet pulls in at around $273k U.S. MSRP, which is not too steep of a price for all the extras and the ability to own a supercar. From leisure to exhibition for any high-level executive, celebrity, or youthful trendsetter, it is a beautiful addition to a garage or flaunted in any environment.

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