If the Lamborghini Urus gets the green light, a plug-in hybrid variant will be part of the lineup for the exotic SUV according to the Italian automaker.
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
Lamborghini is already promising that the fastest car in its history will debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, and now rumor has it that the machine will be a front-engine, V12 GT concept.
Tight-lipped about the car it will bring to this year’s Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini says only that it will be the fastest car in its history.
The Lamborghini Aventador Roadster won’t be at dealerships until June but the drop-top exotic is reportedly already sold out until the summer of next year.
Miami International Airport played host to five brand-new Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadsters as they sped down the runway at speeds of 210 mph.
Lamborghini and Reiter Engineering are teaming up once again on a new Gallardo GT3 race car that will be competing this year and next.
Lamborghini has announced a strong 2012 sales year, increasing worldwide deliveries from 1,602 units in 2011 to 2,083 units last year and will celebrate by expanding its motorsport program.
Like the 2012 SEMA Show in America, the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon was packed with Toyota and Subaru’s latest sports car. But that’s not to say that there weren’t plenty of other attractions on the Makuhari Messe Convention Center show floor. Coming in 10th on our list of Top 10 Cars of the 2013 Tokyo…
For decades, the Tokyo Auto Salon was known as the premier auto show for customized Japanese vehicles; but over recent years, custom European exotics have found a new home in Japan.
Building a car capable of a 2.5-second 0-60 sprint doesn’t need to be terribly complicated, but making one that does more than that does.
News of a custom one-off car from Lamborghini celebrating its 50th anniversary emerged weeks ago and now the company is teasing the car, if only for a split second.
Jon Olsson’s collection of exotics isn’t your average set of cars. Modified to the extreme in some cases, Olsson also puts his exotics to use in all weather conditions.
As Lamborghini gets ready to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Italian automaker is planning a once-in-a-lifetime tour that already claims 180 registered vehicles with less than a month before registration closes.
Make no mistake, this IS as much of a bucket-list as it is a dream list of cars. I’ve yet to drive many of these sublime examples of motoring, but if I was ever given the opportunity, I’d jump at it, potentially re-scheduling a birthday party, religious holiday or anniversary to get a chance behind one…
There’s nothing low key about driving a Lamborghini product, but 144 Aventador owners might be turning heads the wrong way.
First shown during the 2012 Paris Motor Show in September, the Lamborghini Gallardo LP-560-4 will be the last version of the Gallardo offered.
Lamborghini will celebrate its 50th anniversary next year the best way it knows how, with a very special car.
Earlier this year, Lamborghini unveiled its Urus SUV concept, and according to the Italian automaker’s CEO, the Urus won’t be making its production appearance until 2017… at the earliest.
With both styling and power, it’s hard for Lamborghini to make the Aventador a more drool-worthy car, but just by removing the top, the Italian supercar maker managed to make this bull even cooler.
Despite not having a booth at the LA Auto Show, Lamborghini showcased one of its new Aventador Roadsters during a small event last night.
Project Au79 by Prestige Imports is a gold-wrapped Lamborghini Aventador LP-700 that was designed to be an attention grabber. Its goal was to become its own character for filmmakers, and now it stars in its first feature film.
Days after the car first debuted, Lamborghini announced how much American buyers will pay for its Aventador LP700-4 Roadster: $441,600.
Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann is predicting that the upcoming year will be a rough one for companies in the ultra-luxury and supercar businesses.
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