Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD Speedster Concept Looks Like a Missile

Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD Speedster rendering 4 photos
Photo: spdesignsest/instagram
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The Lamborghini Huracan EVO (you know, the mid-cycle evolution of the Italian exotic) has started the year with a blast, receiving its RWD coupe derivative, which joins the "standard" AWD fixed-roof and Spyder models. Of course, with the Raging Bull being famous for the large families it creates, the specialist will continue to land.
And while the rear-paw Sant'Agata Bolognese machine has just been introduced, the Internet's thirst can never be quenched. So here we are, talking about a rendering that portrays the Huracan Evo RWD in Speedster form.

Spdesignsest, the digital label behind the work, has removed the windshield altogether, while adding a pair of design elements behind the seats. The Italian exotic has also been gifted with a fixed rear wing and a new chin spoiler with side aero bits, but we'll quickly get over this, since the chopped part of the visual adventure is more important here.

As any serious Lamborghini fan will tell you, this proposal brings Aventador J vibes. And while there's no solid reason to expect the carmaker to borrow the completely topless approach of the said V12 one-off (yes, this was offered to a customer) for its V10 platform, such a project could come to life via... crowdsourcing.

You see, last year was a riot for the modding part of the Huracan community since we were thrilled by builds such as pro slider Mad Mike's Huracan drift car and vlogger Alex Choi's Huracan "Rally Car". So while this Speedster would require even more serious mods compared to the said custom toys, you shouldn't bet against an eccentric aficionado commissioning such a build. After all, the no-windscreen genre has gained traction recently, with specials like the Ferrari Monza SP1/SP2 and the McLaren Elva backing this up.

Of course, Lamborghini is expected to add the "Spyder" prefix to the Huracan Evo RWD badge, perhaps as early as the second half of 2020.

On the tech front, I last drove a RWD Lamborghini during the Gallardo era and the handling wasn't as enticing as expected. However, since the Evo transformation has added quite a bit of spice to the AWD model, I have reasons to hope the new Performance Traction Control System (P-TCS), with its RWD-specific calibration, delivers an uber-engaging driving experience.

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