Look out for another concept car from Lamborghini this fall at the Frankfurt Motor Show if the latest rumors prove to be true.
Perhaps the most famous Italian exotic car builder in the world, Lamborghini builds machines meant to go fast, handle well and look amazing. Models to watch: Aventador
The Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is a track-only Italian exotic, and getting the chance of seeing it in person is slim considering only 20 units will ever be produced.
Michael Bay has revealed yet another addition to the Transformers 4 vehicle lineup, this time it’s an exotic Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4.
The 2,000th Lamborghini Aventador has been produced and the milestone vehicle will be heading to the United States.
Those fortunate enough to attend Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary celebrations were treated with the unveiling of the one-off Egoista; for the rest of the world, this will be the best glimpse we’ll get of the supercar in action… for now.
Lamborghini has taken the automotive world by storm yet again this year, unveiling what it calls the Egoista in Sant’Agata Bolognese yesterday as it finished off its festivities to celebrate the brand’s 50th anniversary.
Lamborghini’s newest and most outrageous creation yet is built with a singular purpose, namely, pleasing the driver. As a result, there’s no room for anyone besides the lucky individual holding the steering wheel in their hands.
Lamborghini has confirmed that the Urus SUV has received the green light for production.
If you thought Lamborghini couldn’t get any more extreme than its Veneno supercar revealed in Geneva earlier this year, you were WRONG.
The Lamborghini 50th Anniversary Grand Tour is kicking off at the Piazza Castello in Milan with 350 cars adding up to over 190,000 hp on the road.
Lamborghini has named Max Welti head of its motorsport division and will be active in his new role for Squadra Corse at the Lamborghini Super Trofeo race in Misano, Italy.
As expected, Lamborghini has unveiled a more outrageous version of its Aventador supercar called the LP720-4 50 Anniversario edition, featuring more power, and additional visual and handling upgrades. Limited to just 100 units world wide, each LP720-4 will have a forged composite badge celebrating the Italian automakers 50 year anniversary. The vehicle features a special paint…
With Lamborghini preparing to launch a new higher-performance Aventador at the Shanghai Motor Show this week, our spy photographers have caught the Italian supercar maker closer to home developing the next iteration of its flagship performance machine.
Building on the seemingly insatiable Chinese appetite for luxury, Lamborghini is bringing a special version of its Aventador flagship to Shanghai roughly a month after debuting the wild Veneno supercar.
With the Gallardo nearing the end of its production cycle, Lamborghini is planning a send-off model that will incorporate feature that has also reached the end of its life: the manual transmission.
The one-off Lamborghini Pregunta prototype is now up for sale for around $2.1 million (1.6-million Euros) through French exotic dealership Autodrome.
Where in the world do the police get to drive a $390,000 Laborghini Aventador? Where they need to, of course… Dubai.
Continuing the celebration of its 50th anniversary, Lamborghini’s next stop is the 2013 Techno Classica in Essen where it’ll be bringing two supercars that have made automotive history.
The Lamborghini Super Trofeo one-make series is heading to America this year for the first time in the series’ four-year history.
Lamborghini is still on track to bring a new SUV, called the Urus, to market by 2016, as a 2017 model year vehicle.
Despite a shaky economy on its home turf, Lamborghini has posted impressive sales gains in 2012, growing deliveries by 30 percent, led by a resurgent demand in the US.
Each year the Geneva Motor Show is known for its debuts of exotic sports cars from iconic Italian brands to ones you’ve never heard of (and probably never will again). But this year will be one for the record books.
The Lamborghini Veneno, arguably the most extreme looking hypercar ever made, was revealed today at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
Easily one of the most extreme looking vehicles ever made, the Lamborghini Veneno is a celebration of 50 years for an iconic Italian brand that has built a reputation on shocking the world.