31 May 2018
Feature

Lamborghini’s Huracán Performante Spyder is a car of contradictions. It’s got the ultra-lightweight tech and track focused hardware of the 631bhp coupé, but uses a drop-top structure that adds 125kg to the kerbweight.

So what are we left with? A blunted version of the best V10 supercar on sale, or, perhaps, is this the most visceral take on Lambo’s razor-sharp Ferrari 488 rival?

We head to winding roads of Snowdonia to find out.

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31 May 2018

Nice car, nice sound, nice landscape.

It's not as good as the Urus which is a genuine Lambo...

 

4 June 2018

NNNice

#Dieselsforlife

6 June 2018

Great to have Dan at Autocar, and great to have more video content. It never quite recovered from losing Chris Harris but I think he's an excellent video reviewer. What a stonking car.


13 June 2018

Make a super light version of the Hurracan, great!

Make it heavier again with all the convertable shenanigens? Errr...

22 June 2018

I really love this Video

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