For 2020, the RWD version of the Audi R8 V10 Spyder becomes a permanent part of the range, and has a 5.2L V10 with 397kW (532hp) and 540Nm (398 lb-ft).
The 2020 Porsche 718 Spyder has a 4L H6 with 309kW (414hp) and 419Nm (309 lb-ft), 6-speed manual, 30mm (1.2″) lower suspension, and 0-60mph in 4.2s.
The 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder has updated styling, and a 5.2L V10 with 470kW (640hp) and 600Nm (443 lb-ft), 7-speed DCT, 4WS and AWD.
The 2019 Audi R8 Spyder facelift has a meaner design with new bumpers, wider grille, more vents, retuned suspension, and the choice of two V10 tunes.
The Spyker C8 Preliator Spyder goes into production in 2018 with a new Koenigsegg 5-liter V8 373kW (500hp) and 600Nm (443 lb-ft), and a 6-speed manual.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder bowed out after the 2012 model year, and had either a 2.4-liter I4 with 162hp (121kW), or 3.8-liter V6 with 263hp (196kW).
The Porsche 918 Spyder rocks this black and orange livery. The 918 has a 652kW drivetrain with a 4.6-liter V8, two electric motors, AWD, and 7-speed PDK.
The Lamborghini Huracan Spyder Rear Wheel Drive is the open top companion the LP580-2 coupe, and has a 5.2-liter V10 with 433kW (580hp), and 7-speed DCT.
For the W30 MR2, Toyota ditched the Ferrari-like targa body for a full blown convertible. A mid-mounted 1.8-liter I4 with VVT was the only engine option.
Although it stuck with the mid-engine, RWD layout, the W30 Toyota MR2 ditched the coupe body and Ferrari styling for boxy looks, and a 1.8-liter I4 engine.