A YouTuber has created what he dubs the Huracan Evo Aperta, a speedster version of Lamborghini’s popular mid-engined supercar.
This Huracan is owned by Daily Driven Exotics and started out life as a regular Huracan Evo Spyder before it was sent to a shop that would chop off the windshield and A-pillars and make a host of other modifications.
Of course, it’s not just the lack of a windshield that makes this Lamborghini special, as it has been equipped with a plethora of aftermarket parts from Vorsteiner, including forged carbon louvers on the front fenders, forged carbon side skirts, and a forged carbon rear diffuser. It has also been wrapped in a neon yellow color, making it even more eye-catching.
As if that wasn’t enough, the 5.2-liter V10 has been fitted with a supercharger and now pumps out 840 hp. There’s also a custom Frequency Intelligent exhaust with forged carbon tips that produce an incredible howl at high revs.
What will it actually be like to drive this thing? That’s a bit of an unknown. The most notable Speedster model produced by Lamborghini in recent times was the Aventador J and it had two mini windshields up front to deflect air over the driver and passenger. Other speedsters, like the McLaren Elva, also have wind deflectors. This Huracan Evo Aperta doesn’t have anything of the sort, so wearing a helmet when driving it fast probably wouldn’t be such a bad idea.