According to the latest rumors, Lamborghini will be unveiling the Huracán Spyder at the Geneva Motor Show, making fans wait nearly eight months from now before they can drop the top on its ten-cylinder supercar.
Solid 50-percent appreciation for a Bavarian roadster and a Bolognese sport-ute sold at auction in Detroit this past weekend show that multi-million-dollar classics aren't the only cars that can prove a wise financial investment.
In this clip, Lamborghini research and development boss Maurizio Reggiani explains why the Aventador SV is special. He probably doesn't need to say a word because the coupe illustrates the answer perfectly while lapping the Catalunya circuit.
Lamborghini showcased a one-off Gallardo speedster in 2005 called the Concept S. It was sold to a private collector, but now it's going up for auction in Manhattan, where you can bet it'll fetch millions.
Lamborghini is constantly evaluating new technologies, but even if it goes turbo for the Urus, the company's chief executive insists that naturally aspirated engines are the only choice for its supercars, for now.