2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder first drive: Target practice

But who cares about flaws? The Huracan is still one of the most outrageous driving experiences you will ever have in this life and possibly in other lives. The new Huracan Evo Spyder sports the same next-generation suspension control and aero package as the coupe, the latter introduced a few months ago to similar slobbering enthusiasm. The latest Lamborghini Piattaforma Inerziale (LPI) version 2.0, uses accelerometers and gyroscopes in the middle of the car to stiffen or soften the magnetorheological shocks, trim the braking as appropriate and adjust the rear wheel steering as necessary.
Yes, the 2020 model has rear-wheel steering, the position of which you can (but really shouldn’t) watch on the new center armrest-mounted screen, as well as torque-vectoring (that you can also monitor on the screen but, again, don’t). It’s all controlled by a new CPU known in Italian as the Lamborghini Dinamica Viecolo Integrata, or LDVI. Order some of that next time you’re in your favorite Italian restaurant. LDVI not only takes inputs from how you are driving but uses those inputs to anticipate what hare-brained move you might try next and gets the car ready for it. Likewise, the traction control, torque vectoring and Lamborghini Dynamic Steering are set up to react more instantly to driver inputs.
You can still set the overall driving mode to Strada, Sport or Corsa, but the system can adapt from there to handle whatever you or the road may throw at it.
Aerodynamic improvements include a new front splitter and larger air intakes in the front and an integrated, slotted spoiler that combine to give the 2020 model more than five times the downforce of the original Huracan Spyder.