Speedsters are the latest trend in the supercar world. Almost every top supercar maker has a speedster in its line-up or is in the process of introducing one. Most of these are built in limited numbers and cost in the millions.
@dailydrivenexotics has taken a different route to acquire a speedster. Instead of spending millions on either a Ferrari Monza or McLaren Elva, he decided to build one himself, with a little help from professionals of course.
The result is this – the one-off Lamborghini Huracan EVO RWD Aperta. As you can see, it’s a Huracan EVO that has had its roof chopped off. More precisely, it’s a Huracan Spyder without a windshield. We think it looks awesome. All the carbon aero parts you see on the car come from Vorsteiner, as do the 20-inch VF-109 wheels.
The car is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 engine that has been supercharged by the boffins at VF Engineering. It now produces 840 hp! All of that reaches your eardrums through an exhaust provided by Fi Exhaust.
Since we are on the topic of one-off Lamborghini’s, the SC20 is Sant ‘Agata’s latest speedster project.
What’s your take on this recent trend? Would you be inclined to buy an open-top speedster instead of a regular supercar?