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In the world of exotics where every unnecessary button, detail or feature adds weight and detracts from the “pure” driving experience of a car, these items are luxuries, but are much-needed, as even a Chevrolet Spark can arrive with a standard smartphone-powered navigation system and reversing camera. The Lamborghini feels worth its price in terms of amenities.
And, yes, including these features is something Lamborghini buyers actually appreciate. When the Huracán was introduced, the brand crested 3,000 sales across its lineup for the first time. When the long-awaited Urus SUV arrives, it will surely bump that number up even further.
Give credit to the styling and design of the LP610-4 Spyder — a car that, while we stopped for photos and videos at a scenic outlook, caused motorists to double back and get a closer look at the car, rather than the scenery. While the Huracán is a looker, it’s even more interesting to look at with the roof down, like a fighter jet with the canopy retracted.
While the roof is tucked away, you may worry that wind noise would be a concern, but all those angles and the low-slung body of this exotic helps deflect wind nicely. A small window behind the seats can be opened or closed to act like a windshield (when up) or let you hear the car’s 5.2-liter V10 engine better.
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