Having launched the Huracan with four-wheel drive, Lamborghini promptly went about ripping the front driveshafts out again to create the lighter, rear-driven Huracan LP580-2. Designed to make the entry-level bull attractive to drivers who want to pull lurid slides, it was an instant hit when it landed earlier this year. Now the rear-drive Huracan can be had without a roof, putting lucky drivers even closer to the its glorious V10 noise.
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