The 759-horsepower SVJ is now also available as a roadster.
The Huracán gets a refresh, with a new multi-section grille, a new divider in its rear fender air intake, new wheels, and a new name: Huracán Evo in the coupe body style first and now a convertible (Spyder). A new rear spoiler increases downforce 500%. Variable-ratio steering and magnetically adjustable shocks are now standard. Rear wheel steering, borrowed from the Aventador, is also now available as standard equipment. This new, single-spec model uses the engine from the previous top spec Performante with 630 horsepower from a non-turbocharged V10. A new on-board computer orchestrates the whole thing.
Inside the cabin, a new 8.4-inch touchscreen dominates the controls, vertically mounted above the center console. Navigation (now standard), climate control, seats are all controlled via gestures on the screen. A new system can record your drive so you can play it back later.