What better place than the Geneva Motor Show 2018 to showcase the sublime Lamboghini Huracán Performante Spyder and the beautiful and practical Labofghini Urus.
Automobili Lamborghini always wows with extraordinary Italian excellence at the Geneva International Motor Show, and this year was no exception.
The Huracán Performante Spyder effortlessly combines unrivalled technological advancement, performance and open-top design with innovative driving experience. The Performante is uncompromising, highlighted when the roof opens in just 17 seconds, designed to enhance every driving sensation and amplifying the senses.
Advanced innovation and engineering does not stop here; an extra 30 HP has been added to the peerless 5.2 l V10 naturally-aspirated engine, the racing centre piece of this super sports car, enhancing its overall performance and power to 640 HP allowing an acceleration from 0-100 km/h in an astonishing 3.1 seconds as well as a top speed of 325 km/h.
Designers have used Forged Composite® material, with the aim to reduce weight to 35 kg compared to the Huracán Spyder, and the new ALA (Lamborghini Active Aerodynamics) technology are two of the secrets behind the highest performance that the Huracán series has released yet.
Lamborghini has pulled out all the stops with the Urus elegant and unequalled; it fits effortlessly amongst the Lamborghini family. The ethos of the Lamborghini brand are realised in this iconic super SUV, cutting-edge technology, distinct sporty DNA and the elegance of Italian design.
The Urus delivers on all fronts; outstanding performance, power and speed of a Lamborghini super sports car with its deafening V8 twin-turbo engine, 8-gear automatic transmission, and permanent 4-wheel drive system and 7 ANIMA driving modes. As you would expect from Lamborghini, it comes equipped with enhanced safety systems and advanced on-board entertainment. Producing impressive acceleration stats from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 305 km/h, the Urus is the fastest SUV available on the world market today.