Lamborghini Huracan STO Spyder Will Be One Crazy Convertible

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Looking stylish on track is not a crime.

The hardcore Lamborghini Huracan STO (Super Trofeo Omologato) is the latest bull to come out of the Italian manufacturer's stable and is the replacement for the ultra-capable Huracan Performante. Focused on pure track performance, it's essentially the street-legal version of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo race car. The Huracan STO is one of the most aggressive looking cars from Lamborghini in recent memory, and in a rendering made by Behance user Aksyonov Nikita we can now get an idea of what a more relaxed Spyder version would look like.

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The rendering shows the car as we know it, which means a single piece for the hood, fenders, and bumper, while massive vents in the hood channel air to the cooling system and brakes. The rear fenders feature the same aggressive intakes, and the massive rear wing allows the STO to provide the most downforce in its class. Nikita's rendering shows the STO without a roof, but thankfully the awesome roof scoop remains. The designer has done a great job to make the car look as production-ready as possible, and to the uninformed, these pictures would look like something straight out of a Lamborghini catalog.

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The Huracan STO is lighter and more aerodynamic than its regular sibling, and with dedicated race parts making their way into the car, one can be sure that this beast will be happier on the track than on the road. Under the engine cover, a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 produces 630 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to the wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. With a curb weight of only 2,951 pounds, the STO will accelerate to 62 mph in only three seconds and will top out at 193 mph. Official pricing for the SVO stands at $327,838, and sales will start in spring 2021. If Lamborghini decides to create a Spyder, don't expect it to arrive until 2022 at the earliest.

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