There’s only one trim level on offer here, but as you’d expect, a huge array of optional extras to improve the specification of your individual car.
Standard Lamborghini Huracan equipment
The car sits on adaptive magneto-rheological dampers which allow automatic or manual adjustment of the suspension’s suppleness, while a carbon-ceramic braking system sits behind standard 20-inch alloy wheels.
Its headlamps and tail lights are LED, and the only gearbox option is a seven-speed automatic.
Inside you’ll find the Lamborghini Infotainment System II, which includes a 12.3-inch digital display for instruments, controlled by buttons on the steering wheel – behind which are paddles for the gearbox.
The seats are electronically adjustable, while the whole interior is finished in fine leather and Alcantara.
Optional Lamborghini Huracan accessories
Popular options include five upholstery choices and 17 interior colours along with a number of alloy wheel designs and a sports exhaust. The electric roof is available in black, brown and red, while there are 11 exterior paint finishes.
Customers signing up to the Ad Personam individualization program can choose from further paint finishes, including distinctive matt effects.
Inside you can specify a high-end surround-sound stereo system, heated seats, cup holders, and customised luggage to match your car – all for extra cash.
To make the most of the car, keen drivers may also be interested in the Lamborghini Dynamic Steering system, cruise control and a set of winter tyres.
The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder.
Equipment by trim level
To view equipment options for a specific trim level, please select from the following list:
|Equipment included on some trim levels|
Standard Trim equipment
|Standard Trim standard equipment|
|Standard Trim optional equipment|
|Performante standard equipment|
|Performante optional equipment|
While not as high on the priority list for the Lamborghini Huracan as, say, a family hatchback, there are still a number of safety systems installed to keep occupants safe. Highlights include hidden automatic pop-up safety bars, adjustable stability and traction control via the ANIMA switch, carbon-ceramic brakes and a brace of front and side airbags. We don’t expect this car to be crash-tested by Euro NCAP, but we’re confident the motorsport-derived chassis would stand up well in the event of an accident.
The Lamborghini Huracan is a two-seater sports car, so practicality was never going to be particularly high on the agenda here. Even the cup-holders are optional extras. The boot is just about big enough to hold two soft bags, but if this is a concern, it’s probably wise to look elsewhere.
How does the boot space compare?
Check the table below to see how the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder compares to other similar cars in terms of available boot space.
|Porsche 911 Turbo||115 litres|
|Lamborghini Huracan Spyder||100 litres|