There is only one Huracan EVO RWD Aperta in the world, and it wasn't made by Lamborghini.Image Copyright: DailyDrivenExotics
Automobili Lamborghini SpA has never been shy to create a special car, back in 2012 we were amazed by the Aventador J, a one-off V12 based on the then-current flagship model, but without any kind of roof in place, and a very low windshield … the car even came with a helmet, a few years later, Lamborghini unveiled the Veneno Roadster in 2013 … only 9 would be available for customers, but once again, no roof whatsoever.
And Lamborghini didn’t stop there, in 2016 we were able to admire the Centenario Roadster, a car to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ferruccio Lamborghini, the founder of the company, production was limited to 20 units … and again, Lamborghini didn’t bother with offering a roof on this very special car.
By 2020 Lamborghini came up with probably the most special Roadster of all, the Sian Roadster, only 19 made, as usual, all sold out before we even saw the press release, and once again this was a true topless car, not even a canvas top was available … Lamborghini continued with their ultimate Roadster V12’s not having any kind of roof on them.
Just last week we published the first image of the Lamborghini SC20, the new Squadra Corse made, one of a kind, bespoke build for one very fortunate customer, and while we haven’t seen an official press release yet, this first image clearly shows this new SC20 not having a roof either, but more importantly, there isn’t a windshield either, not even a low one as seen on the 2012 Aventador J.
Back in 2017 I actually created a render myself of a Lamborghini Huracan with a low windshield, inspired by the Aventador J which I really liked to be honest, but Damon, from the Youtube channel DailyDrivenExotics, also known as DDE, took his idea to the next level by creating his very own Lamborghini Huracán EVO RWD Aperta … with 840hp!
Damon Fryer took a brand new Lamborghini Huracán EVO RWD Spyder and cut off the front windshield completely to create his very own Aperta, and if that wasn’t enough, he also installed a VF Engineering supercharger that pushes the power output to 840 hp from the original 610hp. Adding a pair of Vorsteiner front fenders, with forged carbon louvers to match the Vorsteiner side skirts and 20-inch V-FF 109 wheels from the same company … an FI exhaust completes the modifications.