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■ Lamborghini Veneno
■ Lamborghini Countach
■ Lamborghini Diablo
■ Lamborghini LM
■ Lamborghini Miura
■ Lamborghini Murcielago
■ Lamborghini Reventon
■ Lamborghini Sesto
Lamborghini is an Italian car manufacturer that was founded by Ferruccio Lamborghini in 1963
with the objective of competing with Ferrari. Lamborghini gained international acclaim in the 60’s for
the Muira and after hard times starting from the mid 1970’s to filing for bankruptcy and three
changes in ownership, Lamborghini came under Chrysler 1987. The company was eventually sold
to Audi in 1998 and in the start of this century it eventually started to witness success under
LAPD Receives a Lamborghini
Gallardo for Promotional Purposes
Posted on 03.18.2014 11:00 by Kirby Garlitos +6
The Los Angeles Police Department is proud to show off this police-decked Lamborghini
Gallardo , complete with the department’s traditional black-
and-white paint and ―To Protect and to Serve‖ written on its sides. If you want to get a
glimpse of the LAPD Lambo, as it is affectionately known, the car is scheduled ot make an
appearance at the Los Angeles County Air Show at Fox Field in Lancaster on March 21st
In case you’re wondering, though, that’s as far as the extent of the LAPD’s use of the
Gallardo. The police -dressed Gallardo isn’t exactly going to be
added to the LAPD’s fleet and chase bad guys down the 101 Freeway.
The Gallardo is actually owned by Nathalie and Travis Marg of
Light Source 1, Inc, both of whom generously donated the use of
their Lamborghini to serve charitable events for the LAPD Air
Support Team. Among its first stops is the aforementioned LA County Air Show later this
week and after that, you can expect to see the LAPD Lambo to make more publicity stunts
in the future for the department.
Click past the jump to read more about the Lamborghini Gallardo.
Lamborghini Not Planning a
Competitor for Hybrid Supercars
Posted on 03.13.2014 08:00 by Kirby Garlitos +12
Lamborghini has no plans to enter the
hybrid supercar market, which means that dreams of a Lambo
taking on the Porsche 918 Spyder , McLaren P1 and Ferrari
LaFerrari can now be put to rest. Lamborghini president and
CEO Stefan Winkelmann put the kabosh on ice, saying that there’s no way a supercar
market can sustain building hybrid exotics and expect them to
be produced as normal production cars. It’s a niche market for the time being, and the
obscene price tags attached to these models is not, in Winkelmann’s words, "fulfillable at
the time being".
―What you see now — and I don’t want to be, let’s say, finger pointing — but what you see
now in the world of the hybrids is not something which is going to be in normal production
cars; due to cost, or due to weight if the cost is a normal one,‖ Winkelmann told CarAdvice.
Feasibility is a big thing for Lamborghini and the idea of building a hybrid supercar just
isn’t one, especially when it’s in the business of selling as many of its already awesome
naturally aspirated exotics like theAventador and the recently-
launched Huracan .
Tacking a million-dollar price tag on a hybrid supercar isn’t a market that’s sustainable
even if P1 and the LaFerrari sales go through the roof. In some ways, the car’s exclusivity
is what’s making these sales figures rise up. But if Ferrari or McLaren decide to offer the
LaFerrari and the P1 as normal production cars, it’s going to be difficult for them to
maintain a significant market of customers willing to pay that kind of premium.
That kind of thinking is more than enough reason for Lamborghini to do away with
thoughts of joining the party. If the costs go down and interest is still there, then Lambo
could probably change its mind, but for now, it’s not a road Winkelmann is comfortable
leading Lamborghini to.
Click past the jump to read about the 2015 Lamborghini Huracan
2015 Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4
Posted on 03.12.2014 16:15 by Kirby Garlitos +29
All good things must come to an end, so the Gallardo is
packing things up and moving out of Lamborghini’s entry-
level supercar spot to make room for a brand new baby.
Rumors swirled about the name of this new supercar, and the final decision was Huracán
LP 610-4 and not "Cabrera," as we initially thought.
The Huracán LP 610-4’s name is derived from a fighting bull from 1879. This Spanish
Conte de la Patilla breed of bull was unrelenting and thrust himself into bull-fighting
stardom courage and strong sense of attack.
This new new Lamborghini will make its public debut at
the Geneva Motor Show in 2014, but it will also have more
than 130 private showings that start in January. We expect to see it in dealers starting in
mid- to late-2014.
Updated 03/06/2014: After the first promo video unveiled a few days ago, Lamborghini
now released a full video for the new Huracan supercar. Enjoy!
Updated 03/12/2014: Lamborghini unveiled a new video in which Filippo Perini, Head of
Design at Automobili Lamborghini, explains the design concept behind the new Huracan
Click past the jump to read all about the Huracán LP 610-4.
2014 Lamborghini Aventador
Limited by Hamann
Posted on 03.8.2014 23:00 by Kirby Garlitos +9
Sometimes, it doesn’t take much to make a supercar like
the Lamborghini Aventador even more desirable. In some
instances, though, even subtle modifications have a way of bringing out the Aventador’s
uniqueness even more, which is exactly what Hamann did with
its Geneva presentation of the Italian supercar. Dubbed the
Lamborghini Aventador Limited, Hamann’s work on the raging bull consists of adding
fancy two-tone color to go with a bevy of aerodynamic components and a nice performance
bump. That’s the usual trifecta Hamann aims for when it comes to building programs
perfectly suited for exotics in the class of the Aventador.
It’s no different this time, and the German tuner once again pulled it off, complete with
extra doses of modification on the wheels and the interior.
All in all, just another day in the office for Hamann, which usually translates to tuning
awesomeness for all of us.
Click past the jump to read more about the Lamborghini Aventador By Hamann.
2014 Lamborghini Aventador
Carbonado GT By Mansory
Posted on 03.4.2014 15:00 by Kirby Garlitos +9
Mansory sure wasn’t kidding when it described its Carbonado
GT program for the Lamborghini Aventador as an overdose in
To be more specific, the Swiss tuner used a carbon-fiber weave with a stealth look, which
apparently is what it uses exclusively in a lot of its programs. That should be cause for
confusion for those not privy to such technological marvel, but its all in a days work for
In a lot of ways, the Swiss tuner has made a living out of these fanciful programs. Some of
these projects have been knocked out of the park, while some have been complete whiffs.
That said, the roster that Mansory has brought to Geneva ,
specifically the Carbonado GT, has been a showcase on why the company is considered
one of the most exclusive aftermarket tuners in the business.
For better or for worse, Mansory wants to overwhelm even the most hardened of skeptics.
And with the Carbonado GT program for the Lamborghini Aventador, and that’s precisely
what it accomplished.
Click past the jump to read more about the Lamborghini Aventador Carbonado GT By
In-Depth Look Into the 2015
Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4
Posted on 02.28.2014 17:00 by Mark McNabb +10
The wait is finally over for Lamborghini fans yearning for a
closer look at the upcoming 2015 Huracán as the Italian
automaker goes live with the supercar ’s online configurator.
The interactive site guides users through the steps of customizing their own Huracán with
exterior and interior color choices, interior material choices, wheel design and even brake
caliper color. The Huracán lives up to the hype about its refinement over
the Gallardo it replaces by offering several swanky color
combinations both inside and out. Dark browns, deep reds, and cream-colored leathers with
dark Alcantara inserts are all part of color palette with no fewer than 28 options.
Exterior colors are no less plentiful with 18 shades to choose from. Rest assured, the loud
colors infamous on Lambos are still available such as lime green, retina-burning yellow,
and fire truck red – though the color names are distinctly more Italian on the website.
Two unique 20-inch wheels can be had and the massive brake calipers have five color
options. Two different engine covers are available: the all-glass option perfect for showing
off that beautiful 5.2-liter V-10, or the more traditional black louvered cover.
The Huracán is set to officially debut at the Geneva Motor
Show going on March 4th and 5th. Production won’t start until
this spring, but Lamborghini says it’s already booked over 700 orders for the all-new
supercar. The Huracán’s price is expected to increase over the Gallardo. Estimates average
around $275,000 for the starting price. Sales will begin during the summer with the official
pricing announced closer to time. Lamborghini will assuredly announce more information
about the car during the Geneva festivities, so stay tuned for the additional details.
Click past the jump to read more about the Lamborghini Huracan.