When Lamborghini released the Huracan Evo, a revised Huracan with the 631 horsepower engine from the Performante, we thought that was it. Apparently, that wasn't it. In a shock move, Lamborghini has unveiled a new version.
It's the Huracan Evo, but with the added benefit of a roof that retracts so you can let people look at you while you drive around Miami. And you can put that roof up or down in just 17 seconds while going 31 mph. What a time to be alive, right?
Otherwise, most remains the same. While it weighs about 220 pounds more than the coupe, it still has a 202 mph top speed and hits 60 in just about three seconds. It still has rear-wheel steering, torque vectoring, and all the other bibs and bobs that the Evo added to the already great Huracan.
But that roof. Can you believe it? Lamborghini went out and made a convertible supercar. It's a shock, truly a shock. And a brilliant move. Certainly we'll see Ferrari, Porsche, McLaren, and all the others follow suit soon with convertible versions of their cars. People love convertibles, so it really makes sense and will allow Lamborghini to sell a metric ton of Huracan Evos. Brilliant. This will revolutionize the industry.
Below: Our review of the Huracan Performante coupe.
Wait, what's that? Oh. Uh. I just received word that all of the companies I just listed, including Lamborghini, have been making convertible supercars for decades to great success and acclaim. We even posted a review of one yesterday. Seems this car wasn't just expected, it was a foregone conclusion and it's more surprising it wasn't released even sooner.
Whoops. Sorry everyone.