Lamborghini Isn't About To Let The New Ferrari 488 Spider Have All Of The Topless Fun

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Time to lose that roof.

Only a few days after Ferrari revealed its new 488 Spider online, we’re now hearing that Lamborghini will unveil a new a roadster of its own, the Huracan Spyder. Yes, "Spider" and “"Spyder" are spelled differently in the Ferrari and Lamborghini worlds. According to a new report coming from Motor Trend, the Huracan Spyder will likely have its official debut next March at Geneva. Yes, that's eight months from now. Patience is a virtue.

Like its hardtop coupe counterpart, this new Lamborghini roadster will assumingly be powered by a 5.2-liter V10 churning out around 602 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque. More than likely, it’ll also have a bit of a weight gain. No matter, we’re not all concerned Lamborghini will allow that to dramatically affect performance. In the meantime, we can look forward to the expected Frankfurt Motor Show reveal of the Aventador SV Roadster.

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