Lamborghini

Huracan Evo Spyder White
Minimum Age 30 Years
Minimum Hire 2 Days
Miles Per Day 100 Miles
Pre Paid Miles £5.00 | £6.00 T/A
Insurance Comprehensive
Delivery & Collection Free

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I rent a vehicle for just one day?
We understand that sometimes you may only need a vehicle for a short period. However, our rental policy stipulates a minimum rental duration of two days from Monday to Thursday and three days from Friday to Monday. This policy helps us ensure that our vehicles are well-maintained and available for customers who require them for slightly longer durations. If your plans change or you need flexibility, please don't hesitate to reach out to our customer service team, and we'll do our best to accommodate your needs. We're committed to providing you with the best rental experience possible.
Do I have to pay a deposit for my rental vehicle, and when will it be refunded to me?

Yes, on the day of delivery, we will pre-authorize a deposit on your payment card, and this amount will be automatically released on the day of vehicle collection. Please note that for international cards, it may take up to 14 business working days for the deposit to be fully returned to your account. We understand the importance of timely refunds, and our team works diligently to ensure this process is as efficient as possible. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your deposit, please feel free to contact our customer service team, and we will be happy to assist you. Your satisfaction is our priority.

How old do I have to be to rent a vehicle?

The age requirements for our rental vehicles are as follows:

  1. For our Prestige Vehicles, drivers must be at least 28 years old.
  2. For our Supercars, drivers must be at least 30 years old.

We have these age restrictions in place to ensure the safe and responsible operation of our high-performance vehicles. If you meet these age requirements and have the necessary qualifications, you can enjoy the experience of driving our premium vehicles. If you have any questions or need further clarification, please don't hesitate to contact our team for assistance. We look forward to helping you with your rental needs.

Is insurance included in the rental?
Yes, we provide Fully Comprehensive Self-Drive Hire Insurance for both our UK and International clients. Your peace of mind is important to us, and our comprehensive insurance coverage ensures that you are protected during your rental period. If you have any specific questions about our insurance policy or would like more details, please feel free to reach out to our team, and we will be happy to provide you with the necessary information. Your safety and satisfaction are our top priorities.
How can I reserve a rental vehicle?

Reserving a vehicle with us is a straightforward process. After you have provided us with all the necessary Driver Information, we will promptly send you a Payment link directly to your email address, accompanied by a Booking Confirmation. This email will contain all the details you need to complete your reservation successfully.

We aim to make the booking process as convenient as possible for our customers. If you have any questions or require further assistance during the reservation process, please don't hesitate to contact our dedicated team. We're here to ensure your rental experience is smooth and hassle-free.

2.7 sec

0-60 mile/h

201 mph/h

Max. speed

2 People

Seats

5.2 L

Engine Size

Automatic

Transmission

Suitcases

1 Small

What's Included

A member of our hiring team will request your driving information, which can be submitted via email or WhatsApp. The required documents include: Driving License, Passport, National Insurance (for UK Clients), Utility Bill (dated within the last 3 months).
Once we have Approved your Identification, we will request you to confirm your reservation by making a payment of your rental, this can be sent directly to our Bank Account or can be sent to you via a Secure Payment Link to your email.
Once payment has been made you will receive a Booking confirmation with all the details of your Hire.
On the day of Delivery/Collection we will share a Live Location sent directly to your mobile device to show our estimated time of arrival.
On the day of delivery, a member of our Fleet team will go through all the relevant paperwork which will need to be signed, this will be a copy of your Hire Agreement,Terms & Conditions and a Damage sheet which will highlight any existing damages clearly marked.
Once all the paperwork has been signed & completed our Fleet team will go through all the controls with the Hirer, so they are comfortable in operating the vehicle.

Rent the Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder – The Ultimate Driving Experience from Royal Rentals Introduction: For those who want to experience the thrill of driving one of the world’s most luxurious sports cars, the Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder is the way to go. And now, you can rent this stunning vehicle from Royal Rentals and enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime driving experience. In this guide, we will explore the features of the Huracán Evo Spyder and why it’s the perfect car for your next rental. Body:

  1. Design and Exterior:

The Huracán Evo Spyder is a true masterpiece when it comes to design. The iconic Lamborghini hexagonal front grille, combined with sharp lines and curves, creates a bold and unmistakable look. The lightweight and aerodynamic body, made of advanced materials, is not only aesthetically pleasing but also functional, providing excellent handling and stability. The convertible roof is a work of art in itself, made of high-quality materials and offering an open-air driving experience unlike any other.

  1. Performance and Engine:

The Huracán Evo Spyder is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 engine that produces 640 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. With its advanced all-wheel-drive system and 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, this sports car can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds and reach a top speed of over 201 mph. The engine and powertrain have been fine-tuned for maximum efficiency and performance, ensuring that every drive in the Huracán Evo Spyder is nothing short of exhilarating.

  1. Interior and Technology:

The interior of the Huracán Evo Spyder is a testament to the art of Italian craftsmanship. From the leather seats to the precision-cut finishes, every detail has been designed with comfort and style in mind. The car is equipped with the latest technology, including a 12.3-inch touchscreen display, a premium audio system, and a full-color heads-up display. The Huracán Evo Spyder also comes with advanced safety features, such as adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and forward collision warning.

  1. Renting from Royal Rentals:

Royal Rentals is the go-to destination for those who want to experience the thrill of driving a Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder. With a wide range of luxury vehicles available for rent, you’re sure to find the perfect car for your needs. When you rent from Royal Rentals, you’ll enjoy exceptional service and flexible rental options, so you can enjoy the ultimate driving experience on your own terms. Conclusion: The Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder is the ultimate luxury sports car, and now you can rent it from Royal Rentals. Whether you’re looking to make a grand entrance at a special event or simply want to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime driving experience, the Huracán Evo Spyder is the way to go. With its stunning design, powerful performance, and cutting-edge technology, you’re sure to have an unforgettable time behind the wheel.  

Upon the return of the Hire Vehicle a member of our Fleet team will make contact with the Hirer a day before the vehicle needs to be returned.
The Fleet team will check for any Additional Damages, Extra Mileage or Less Fuel.
Once the Fleet team have checked and are happy with the vehicle with no additional damages, they will release the Pre-Authorised Security Deposit back to the account holder.
Please allow up to 5-7 Business working days. International Debit/Credit cards can take up to 14 Business working days depending on their Bank.
Penalty charge notices will be sent directly to the Hirer and may incur an administration fee.

What's Excluded

What Do Our Clients Partners Think ?

“Amazing!”, “Truly Incredible!”, “Stunningly Perfect!” – Just some of the remarkable feedback and kind words that clients have expressed about the quality of our luxury and prestigious car hire packages, and their enjoyment in experiencing a day of luxury.

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5/5

Driver Requirements

For all that Ferrari is, well, Ferrari, sometimes the world’s most famous car company can come over curiously… needy. Its 3.9-litre twin turbo V8 has won a hatful of awards, and boy is Ferrari happy about it.

The best engine of the past 20 years? Apparently so, according to the International Engine of the Year jurors, which hasn’t stopped its creators from reinvigorating it, wrapping it in a heavily revised body and calling it F8 Tributo.

Abba got Bjorn Again, Oasis No Way Sis. Now Ferrari is paying tribute to itself. Take that, McLaren. And what tunes this thing can play.

The elevator pitch on the F8 is ‘more user-friendly 488 Pista’, broadening the special series car’s intense dynamic palette to include greater refinement and on-board comfort.

It’s also touted as the conduit for a new design language, although we’d argue that some of Centro Stile’s riffs have been rehearsed on Ferrari’s SP one-offs. You might also speculate that the Tribute moniker hints that the mid-engined V8 – a Ferrari staple since the 308 GTB arrived in 1975 – has reached an evolutionary end-point.

Ferrari is working on a down-sized V6, and the word is that a new modular engine family is imminent that should secure the formats that have made Ferrari what it is, until the point internal combustion is banned, anyway. But maybe no more V8s. The days when Ferrari made engines and threw the rest in for free (© Enzo Ferrari) are long gone. The 488 Pista’s engine was the starting point here, but even that epic was deemed improvable.

This latest bi-turbo unit certainly nails the numbers: 710bhp at 8000rpm, 568 torques, and an incredible specific power output of 182bhp-per-litre. The F8’s intake is borrowed from the Challenge race car, and the air intakes moved from the car’s flanks to the rear either side of the blown spoiler.

The cooling flow, says Ferrari, is higher and more energetic, the car’s thermal efficiency greatly enhanced. Combustion has also been improved, the pistons and cylinder heads have been beefed up to cope with the higher loads (peak pressure in the combustion chamber is up by 10 per cent), and there’s less inertia in the rotating masses. In other words, the engine ramps up at a rate that is frankly dizzying for a road car.

The redesigned exhaust manifold is 9.7kg lighter than the 488’s, it’s made of Inconel, it’s cleaner, and up to 5dB louder. So many apparently incompatible aims reconciled. GT and Challenge racing aero learning also influences the F8’s shape.

It’s 10 per cent more efficient overall than the 488 GTB, the S-duct that first appeared on the Pista is here and tidies up the airflow and increases downforce on the front axle, there are brake cooling intakes at the top of the headlight apertures, the blown rear spoiler has been reworked and its turning vanes increase downforce without adding drag, and the underbody now features vortex generators.

Ferraris are clearly much more technical looking cars these days, but the company’s design team has become expert in turning what could be unappealing aerodynamic demands into something that looks bang-on.

For all that Ferrari is, well, Ferrari, sometimes the world’s most famous car company can come over curiously… needy. Its 3.9-litre twin turbo V8 has won a hatful of awards, and boy is Ferrari happy about it.

The best engine of the past 20 years? Apparently so, according to the International Engine of the Year jurors, which hasn’t stopped its creators from reinvigorating it, wrapping it in a heavily revised body and calling it F8 Tributo.

Abba got Bjorn Again, Oasis No Way Sis. Now Ferrari is paying tribute to itself. Take that, McLaren. And what tunes this thing can play.

The elevator pitch on the F8 is ‘more user-friendly 488 Pista’, broadening the special series car’s intense dynamic palette to include greater refinement and on-board comfort.

It’s also touted as the conduit for a new design language, although we’d argue that some of Centro Stile’s riffs have been rehearsed on Ferrari’s SP one-offs. You might also speculate that the Tribute moniker hints that the mid-engined V8 – a Ferrari staple since the 308 GTB arrived in 1975 – has reached an evolutionary end-point.

Ferrari is working on a down-sized V6, and the word is that a new modular engine family is imminent that should secure the formats that have made Ferrari what it is, until the point internal combustion is banned, anyway. But maybe no more V8s. The days when Ferrari made engines and threw the rest in for free (© Enzo Ferrari) are long gone. The 488 Pista’s engine was the starting point here, but even that epic was deemed improvable.

This latest bi-turbo unit certainly nails the numbers: 710bhp at 8000rpm, 568 torques, and an incredible specific power output of 182bhp-per-litre. The F8’s intake is borrowed from the Challenge race car, and the air intakes moved from the car’s flanks to the rear either side of the blown spoiler.

The cooling flow, says Ferrari, is higher and more energetic, the car’s thermal efficiency greatly enhanced. Combustion has also been improved, the pistons and cylinder heads have been beefed up to cope with the higher loads (peak pressure in the combustion chamber is up by 10 per cent), and there’s less inertia in the rotating masses. In other words, the engine ramps up at a rate that is frankly dizzying for a road car.

The redesigned exhaust manifold is 9.7kg lighter than the 488’s, it’s made of Inconel, it’s cleaner, and up to 5dB louder. So many apparently incompatible aims reconciled. GT and Challenge racing aero learning also influences the F8’s shape.

It’s 10 per cent more efficient overall than the 488 GTB, the S-duct that first appeared on the Pista is here and tidies up the airflow and increases downforce on the front axle, there are brake cooling intakes at the top of the headlight apertures, the blown rear spoiler has been reworked and its turning vanes increase downforce without adding drag, and the underbody now features vortex generators.

Ferraris are clearly much more technical looking cars these days, but the company’s design team has become expert in turning what could be unappealing aerodynamic demands into something that looks bang-on.