What some people aren’t aware of with contests and sweepstakes is that when you win a car, often you end up having to pay taxes and other fees. While this sure beats having to pay for the car itself, sometimes the taxes and fees are more than someone can handle. This was possibly the case… Continue Reading...
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Themed builds can often times be a disaster; sometimes attributed to having a bad concept, other times it’s just poor execution. The idea of taking a Lamborghini Murcielago and applying a themed build to it is could be scary, finding out that its inspiration comes from the Zero Fighter planes of the World War II… Continue Reading...
In the sort of story that only happens to the sort of people who have the money to burn—i.e. pro ballers—Allen Iverson’s Lamborghini has been in police lockup since April, and he probably won’t miss it. Iverson’s 2007 Lamborghini Murcielago has been sitting in an impound lot in Atlanta for three months now, racking up… Continue Reading...
For anyone who grew up with posters of the Countach or Diablo on their wall, the idea of an “everyday” Lamborghini is utterly laughable. By definition, a Lamborghini has always been a loud, crude, in-your-face supercar that makes absolutely no concessions in the way of comfort or convenience. But Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann claims that things… Continue Reading...
Lamborghini head Stephan Winkelmann said that China will overtake the United States as its largest market in the very near future. Winklemann said that the exact sales numbers would depend largely on the new Aventador, and how many units it could deliver to China. Q1 2011 sales outstripped those of 2010, even though Lamborghini was… Continue Reading...
Chest-merkin users of the world have been dealt a hefty blow as Lamborghini announced that Murcielago production had ended, in anticipation of their upcoming 700 horsepower supercar. The orange LP670-4 SV is destined for Switzerland, and is the 4,099th car produced during the car’s 9 year production cycle. While the upcoming replacement for the car… Continue Reading...
Rather than posting unsubstantiated rumors like most other blogs do, we made an effort to confirm some interesting information regarding Lamborghini‘s supercar. Autoguide was able to speak to a Lamborghini rep after the SEMA Show had wrapped for the day. The rep, who refused to be named, said that the car will “blow away” the… Continue Reading...
Lamborghini continues to feed us bits and pieces of information ahead of the Paris Auto Show, with their recent shot of a ten cylinder powerplant. Many people assumed that it was the Murcielago replacement, known as the Jota, but the V10 arrangement threw off many observers. Now comes another round of teasers for an supposedly… Continue Reading...
Lamborghini is embarking on a pragmatic approach to supercar building with its Murcielago successor, known as the Jota. Rather than focus on top speed, the Jota will emphasize weight reduction, handling and acceleration prowess over brute force. Lamborghini released a teaser today, showing what appear to be velocity stack openings for a possibly V10 engine…. Continue Reading...
After building a twin-turbo Lamborghini LP640 that laid down 1000-hp, Underground Racing has just announced even bigger and better things for the LP670-4 SV. Rumor has it that Underground Racing wants to claim the title of fastest Murciélago in the world with this LP670-4 SV. Their engineers are claiming that they’ll be putting down 1,100-hp… Continue Reading...
Turquoise Supercars Belong To Qatari Royal Family, Cars Booted Outside Their $2.5 Billion Store (Video Inside)
In perhaps the ultimate example of schadenfreude, more details have surfaced surrounding the story of the turquoise Koenigsegg and Lamborghini that were given the boot outside the ultra-ritzy Harrods department store in London. It turns out that the owners of the supercars were also members of the Qatari royal family, the owners of Harrods. Most… Continue Reading...
For those not in the know, Premier 4509 Limited is Veilside’s luxury brand. And the drastically different name is with good reason in our opinion, given Veilside’s reputation with Japanese vehicles that are borderline “ricey”. That image probably wasn’t helped by branding through the Fast & Furious movies, but marketing is marketing. Nonetheless, Premier 4509… Continue Reading...
Lamborghini Announces Recall Of 2007-2008 Murcielagos, Dozens Of Rappers And Athletes Left Without Transportation
In a move certain to devestate professional sports leagues and record labels everywhere, Lamborghini is recalling 428 Murcielagos from the 2007-2009 model year over concerns of a fuel leak. The Italian sports car maker says that the welds that hold the fuel pump support inside the fuel tank could detach, leading to a fuel leak… Continue Reading...
Scott Rothstein was once a prominent South Florida lawyer, famous for his humble roots, flashy lifestyle and philanthropy. But after a suicide attempt and a failed escape to Morocco, Rothsetin turned himself in after federal agents exposed his 1.2 billion dollar Ponzi scheme. Now, the United States government has seized his assets and is auctioning… Continue Reading...