Despite the Instagram picture caption stating the car was a 2022 model, Carter explained in the caption that it was actually a 2017 model with 4,000 miles on the odometer. It was apparently gifted to him by his manager, allegedly costing a whopping $255,000. The singer’s supercar appeared to be a 2017 Huracán Spyder, a soft-top convertible with a cool 602 horsepower courtesy of a naturally-aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine powering the rear wheels (via Car And Driver). The 2017 Huracán Spyder can go from zero to 62 mph in just 3.6 seconds, achieving a top speed of 198 mph. What makes this version of the Huracán worth getting is the way it conveniently transforms from a race machine to a tame city cruiser, according to Motor1.
For Carter, though, part of the car’s appeal was also the color. While the options for most mainstream cars skew toward relatively conservative, safe finishes — and driver demand follows suit – like gray, white, and black, many Lamborghini fans opt for something more eye-searing for their head-turning supercars. Although Lamborghini will happily customize a car in a bespoke paint finish, it already has several different orange options in its regular catalog. They run the gamut from smoldering burnt umber through to love-it-or-hate-it neon orange that wouldn’t look out of place in a soda can.
As for orange that decidedly is not on the official automaker options list, look no further than another of Carter’s rides. Back in 2021, the singer posed in front of a particularly ostentatious Cadillac Escalade, itself finished — including the grille — in his favorite color. The Escalade has long been a favorite of musicians, of course, particularly those in the rap scene, though Caddy’s most striking hue is the (still fairly restrained) Radiant Red it showed off the latest Escalade-V in.