Lamborghini's latest topless wonder loses most of its camo.

The new Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder has been caught in the wild wearing almost no camouflage, giving us a good look at the topless variant of Lamborghini's smaller supercar.

The Huracan Performante is a well-known quantity at this point, and the Spyder appears to match it line-for-line except where it counts--the top. While the coupe's signature curved roofline is sacrificed, the Spyder's missing lid emphasizes the dramatic swoop in the two-seater's beltline.

While the Huracan may be the "baby" Lamborghini, the record-setting Performante is no slouch. As its name suggests, it's the highest-performance iteration of the V10 lineup. In fact, under the hood is the most powerful V10 Lamborghini has ever produced, packing 640 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque.

Like the Coupe, the Spyder boasts a redesigned exhaust system is lighter than that of the standard Huracan's, along with a revised suspension (with available magnetic active dampers), and all-wheel-drive system. Recalibrated steering systems are also available, whether variable or fixed-ratio is to your liking.

We don't expect the Spyder's performance to degrade much compared to the coupe, though the soft top might compromise top speed by a mile-per-hour or two. We expect Lamborghini will come forward with full details fairly soon.