Lamborghini Huracan Spyder Rental in Los Angeles
Lamborghini Huracan Spyder for Rent in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Florida, Miami & Wynwood area: Beverly Hills & Los Angeles:
The Lamborghini Huracan is one of the best supercars on the road. So how do you make one of the best even better? By taking off its top of course. For many people the cabriolet version of the Huracan is even more desirable than the standard hardtop version, and who can blame them for believing that?
Driving down the road with the wind in your face, the sun on your skin, and the sound of the V10 engine creating a symphony of power in your ears is an experience that cannot be equalled, much less surpassed. So if that sounds appealing to you, then come by Premiere Exotic Car Rentals for the kind of full sensory experience that you can only get from the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder.
History Of The Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
Before the Huracan Spyder, came the Huracan, Lamborghini’s successor to their best-selling ever car, the Gallardo. Those sales, along with all the praise the Gallardo received from motoring journalists, meant that it became one of Lamborghini’s most beloved models. A follow up should have been difficult, but Lamborghini made it look easy.
They took the engine from the Gallardo, tuned it to output 602 HP, and wrapped it in an even more vividly designed body that was stiffer and stronger than the Gallardo’s. The result was a car that even the most devoted Gallardo fan had to admit was a significant improvement. The Huracan instantly became one of the most desired supercars on the planet, which is impressive because magnificent vehicles from Ferrari, Porsche, and McLaren entered the supercar spectrum after the Gallardo’s lengthy reign.
The Huracan managed to stand out from its worthy rivals because of its speed and style, and now the topless version is even more distinctive. Lamborghini bills the Huracan Spyder as more of a lifestyle car than the performance oriented coupe version. That means they expect the Huracan to be used for cruising down boulevards or driving down highways, rather than setting new lap records on trackdays. Don’t think that means that the Huracan is a soft vehicle, meant for mere peacocking, it can easily beat most hardtop supercars in any category you can think of.
Tech Specs Of The Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
The Huracan Spyder has the same 602 HP engine as the coupe, but with the roof mechanism and the additional structural bracing, an additional 264 lbs have been added to the overall weight of the vehicle. As expected, that creates a slight reduction in performance compared to the coupe; the Huracan Spyder accelerates from 0 to 62 MPH in 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 201 MPH. While lower than the coupes, those numbers still impress, and they certainly blow the doors off of most cars.
As for the roof, Lamborghini eschews the folding metal roofs of its rivals and uses a triple layered fabric roof instead. This roof can be raised in 17 seconds at speeds of up to 31 MPH, so in the case of a rainy emergency, you’ll still remain high—or rather low—and dry. Rain is not the only element from which the roof offers protection, wind is not a concern either as the fabric roof offers nearly as much wind noise suppression as the fixed roof of the coupe. So you and a lucky passenger never need to worry about the wind dampening your conversation.
You might have to worry about the engine doing that though. The sonorous scream of the V10 engine can be heard loud and clear when you’re driving the Spyder. Or when you are near to the Spyder. Or when you are in the same city as the Spyder. Anti-roll bars behind the seats give extra protection should an accident occur. The Huracan Spyder uses the same ANIMA (adaptive Network Intelligence Management) technology seen in the coupe, which basically means that it is much easier to drive than you would expect.
Inside The Lamborghini Huracan Spyder
Not much has changed from the interior of the coupe, which is a good thing, since that cars interior is technologically advanced, pleasing to the eye, logically laid out, and very comfortable. The addition of the folding roof means that there is slightly less space in the cabin, but most drivers will not notice much difference.
The TFT display on the dashboard is where the standard dials, like the speedometer or tachometer, can be found. However, the infotainment system, which consists of bluetooth integration, satellite navigation, and more, is also found there. So, you never have to take your eyes too far off the road when you need to consult it.
Take a Ride In The Lamborghini Huracan Spyder Today
The cabriolet version of the Lamborghini Huracan is as much of a dream machine as the coupe version, if not more so. The Huracan Spyder is the perfect vehicle for enjoying the elements as you cruise along while listening to the wail of the V10 engine.
If those elements become a little too intense, then the roof can protect you from them just as well as a fixed roof can. So come to Premiere Exotic Car Rentals, rent the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder, and enjoy all the automotive and elemental pleasures it gives you.