2019 LAMBORGHINI HURACAN
The glorious Lamborghini Huracan Spyder may have been discontinued to make way for the even more focused Huracan Evo Spyder
, but it remains one of the best drop-tops in the world if you can get your hands on one with low miles. Available with rear-wheel-drive in the case of the LP580-2 or all-wheel-drive for the LP610-4, the Huracan Spyder will hit 62 mph in as fast as 3.4 seconds thanks to the LP610-4's 602 horsepower output. In just 17 seconds, you can lower the soft-top and hear the sound of the V10 engine as it hurtles you past just about every other car on the road. The angular and dramatic cabin is on the cramped side but is otherwise cloaked in appealing materials and can be extensively customized to suit your taste. Most of all, the Huracan Spyder sacrifices none of the coupe's sharp driving dynamics and, with the top down, is a spectacular way to make an entrance.