Watch a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder supercar getting ‘home delivered’ in India

Supercars are fast becoming a common sight in India. With increased buying power, supercars can be spotted easily on the weekends on most city roads. Yet, they remain a rare compared to the mass segment vehicles around the country and that is why hoards of people gather, whenever they see one in their reach. The delivery of the supercars is also unusual and this one got delivered by a tow truck. Here is a video that shows a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder reaching its owner on a tow truck.

The delivery of this Lamborghini Huracan Spyder happened in Hyderabad. The video shows the Huracan Spyder with a dust cover resting on the flatbed. The person then removes the cover to reveal the brilliant “Blu Caelum” shade of the convertible. It is one of the brightest colours that you will see on the roads. The crew prepares the car to take it down from the flatbed tow truck while the pedestrians stop to have a look at the show.

The video shows that within a few minutes, a large number of the crowd appears to check out the vehicle. Also, a few motorists slow down to get a glimpse of the brand-new Lamborghini Huracan Spyder. With more people gathering, a few of them even start making videos of the event.

Gathering around the car

Watch a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder supercar getting ‘home delivered’ in India

As soon as the Lamborghini touches the tarmac, an army of people gathers around it. Some of them even lean on the windows trying to get a view of the cabin, which surely is extremely captivating. A few others demand money from the owner as a gift on the occasion of buying the Lamborghini. However, the owner does not pay anything and starts the Lamborghini with a thundering exhaust note. The vehicles speed away from the crowd. The end part of the video shows that the owner parks it in a garage that is already crowded with many other luxury vehicles.

Lamborghini launched the Huracan Spyder in the Indian market in 2016. When launched, it carried a price tag of an enormous Rs 3.89 crore, ex-showroom. It is a convertible car and gets a soft, fabric rooftop. The roof takes a total of 18 seconds to open. The owner can operate it even when the car is moving but the vehicle should be under 50 km/h. Apart from the roof, the Huracan Spyder is similar to the coupe version in every aspect.

It gets powered by a massive 5.2-litre naturally-aspirated V10 engine that generates a maximum power of 610 Bhp and peak torque of 560 Nm. The power goes to the rear wheel through a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. The Lamborghini Huracan Spyder with the roof closed can do 0-100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds. With the roof open, it becomes marginally slower due to the air drag and the friction. The top-speed is limited at 324 km/h.

Owning supercars in India

Since the supercars are still very rare in India, they attract a lot of attention. Owning such an expensive vehicle requires utmost care of the car, a safe parking space, a fuel pump that you can trust, good roads around your home and so on and so forth. Still, the number of supercars are rising at a decent rate in India, which is a good sign, especially for the automotive enthusiasts.