One of the most exciting designs to come out of Italy gets a proper open-top experience with the all-new 4C Spider for 2015. Building on the success of their hard-top coupe, the Spider features a carbon fiber windshield frame (and carbon fiber top) that complements the car’s lightweight carbon fiber monocoque and aluminum body structure.
The rear-wheel-drive Spider is powered by a 237-hp engine that puts out 258 lb-ft of torque. That kind of power will get you from 0-60 in 4.1 seconds and will reach a top speed of 160 mph. That’s coupled with a twin-clutch transmission and four driving modes: All-Weather, Natural, Dynamic, and Race which deactivates traction control and lets you enable launch control.
McLaren reveals Spider variant of its brand new supercar, the 650S. Just like its hard-top sibling, the 650S Spider has a 641 hp twin-turbo V8 and puts in a slightly slower, but still incredibly fast 0-62 time of 3 seconds and a top speed of 204 mph. The two piece retractable hard-top raises and lowers in 17 seconds and can be deployed at up to 19 mph.
Favoured by the distance runner but still totally dope as a casual sneak, the featherweight Nike Lunar Spider LT+ 3 looks f f fresh in this Air Max 95-esque black, grey and volt colourway. Featuring Lunarlon, Engineered Mesh and Dynamic Flywire technologies, there is definitely a lot of space-age pointers to play on here, but more than anything we are just plain digging the killer on-foot shot taken by German sneaker store Asphaltgold whom you can snatch up these Spiders from right now.