Lamborghini Huracan Goes Topless in New Rendering
With the Gallardo now extinct, the Lamborghini Huracan hopes to take the reigns as the best-selling Lamborghini around. So far it has the looks, and the power — but how would it fare if someone chopped its top off? In a new rendering by our friends at Lambocars.com, the Huracan goes topless in the name of science. As Lamborghini hasn’t officially announced a drop-top variant as of yet, we can see here that the Huracan will fare quite well, sans roof. PHOTOS: See More of the 2015 Lamborghini Huracan Spyder Concept by Lambocars
Likely to ditch the cloth roof, the rendering calls for a foldable carbon fiber fitment. Other enhancements include a stylish roll-bar, and a lowering of the shoulder mounted air intakes. And with the carbon fiber roof folded flat (pictured below), you can see that it doesn’t take away too much from the Huracan’s already sleek profile.
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When it’s all said and done, the Huracan may lose a roof, but it will likely still put to use the same 610-horsepower V10 and an even more enticing profile.
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