Lamborghini Huracan Evo

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We too frequently get wrapped up in details. Discussions of Lamborghinis are often bullet pointed with acceleration data, lap times and hyperbolic top speeds. But at the end of the day, these performance metrics -- however impressive they might be -- aren't what sells a new Huracán Evo Spyder. Rather, it's the car's ability to make you look and feel like a million bucks, even when you're just toddling along in traffic.

After all, you don't even have to mention its substantial power; the 2020 Huracán Evo Spyder causes a stir at a standstill. All done up with angles and points and aggression, the Huracán is a textbook definition of what a supercar should be: It's borderline overwrought, yet beautifully cohesive at the same time. I can't say I prefer the Evo's new look to that of its predecessor -- I know the slightly revised bodywork improves aerodynamic flow, but it almost feels like styling for styling's sake. Still, kudos to Lamborghini for keeping the Evo's design so close to that of its progenitor. Five years on, the Huracán's shape is as stunning now as it's ever been.

The Spyder is of course best viewed with its top down, the electronically folding roof completing its disappearing act in a scant 17 seconds. The angle of the Huracán's windscreen and arc of its rear buttresses carry your eye from one to the other, so even with that gap between its pillars, the Spyder's profile cuts a totally seamless shape.

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