Lamborghini Countach - A Complete Chronology
We have said many times that Lamborghini Countach is a car that deserves to make a comeback. Lamborghini proudly celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Countach, by launching a series about the model‘s history. The original Countach was produced for 16 years, and now that the automaker is reviving the legendary model, it’s worth revisiting all versions of the original car, including some of the very obscure ones.
Mansory and MTM Give The Lamborghini Urus Bugatti Power
Lamborghini is known for building supercars. But, with 650 horsepower under the hood, its Urus SUV is not exactly supercar material. In fact, we can name a few SUVs that deliver a lot more power than the Urus. Think for example about cars like: Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat (710 horsepower), Jeep Cherokee Trackhawk (707 horsepower) or Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid (670 horsepower).
The guys over MTM, in collaboration with Mansory, came to fix this problem!
The Lamborghini Aventador’s Successor Spied, And It Has A V-12!
When Lamborghini launched the special edition Aventador Ultimae LP 780-4, we knew the end of an era was coming. After a decade on the market, the Aventador is finally going to be retired. Previous rumors suggested that it will be the last Lamborghini model to feature a V-12 engine, but it looks that Lamborghini is not ready just yet to give up on the V-12.
A successor for the Aventador is right around the corner, and despite many rumors, it will continue offering a V-12 engine- it’s a hybridized engine, that’s true, but still a V-12.
Will an SUV-inspired design transform the Estoque Into a Success?
Lamborghini started to explore the idea of entering new segments of the car market back in 2008 when it unveiled the Estoque concept car. It was not only the first front-engine vehicle to be introduced by Lamborghini since the LM002, but it was also a four-door coupe.
Customers weren’t really into the idea of Lamborghini making a sedan, and because of the initial negative feedback, the Estoque never made it to production. Lamborghini did however enter new segments of the market with the launch of the Urus which turned out to be a huge success, so would things be different this time around?
Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Lamborghini Jalpa With These Awesome Pictures
We love celebrating car birthdays and this year is the Lamborghini Jalpa’s 40th anniversary. The car that was once considered the entry-level Lamborghini has now become 40 years old, having been produced between 1981 and 1988. With only 410 units produced, it certainly is rare and prices have started to reflect that. Here’s a brief overview of the 1980s “Baby Lambo”.
The V-12 Hybrid Lamborghini Aventador Has Finally Been Spotted
Back in July this year, Lamborghini debuted the LP780 Ultimae. Well, the name gives it away, doesn’t it? The Lamborghini Ultimae is apparently the ultimate expression of the Aventador line and blends elements from the Aventador S as well as the Aventador SVJ.
It is the last Lamborghini to feature a naturally aspirated V-12 engine. However, while that car marks the end of the line for the glorious V-12, sort of, the folks at Santa Agata Bolognese say that the V-12 is destined to live on for some more time.
Would You Pay $875K For A Used Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster?
When initially launched on the market back in 2019, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster came with a starting price of $517,770! Quite an increase when compared to the Avantador S Roadster priced at $460,000. But it was all for the right reasons: more power, most aggressive look, improved performance figures.
But, Fusion Motor is trying to sell an SVJ Roadster with 2,300 miles on the odometer for $874,950. That’s a little over $350,000 more than the new car!
Lamborghini the First to Implement Innovative, Yet Strange Geo-Localization System
It goes without saying that technology evolves at a rapid pace. This is also true for the automotive industry, which is one of the most competitive in the world. With this in mind, it’s getting increasingly difficult to pioneer something that no one else has, but Lamborghini may have just achieved a revolution in-car connectivity, as they are equipping every version of their bestseller – the Lamborghini Huracan – with an innovative GPS system called “what3words.”
This Lamborghini Countach LP 500 Restoration is Peak Italian Motoring
Here are some of the Cheapest Lamborghinis Money can buy
Economical and cost-effective are not the terms that come to mind when talking about Lamborghinis. As one of the premier automakers globally, Lamborghini produces sleek, high-performance models that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. The brand also has a rich history that entails rivalry with Italian supercar greats like Ferrari. This long-established pedigree translated into producing models from high-performance parts in the market. The overall cost of production would mean an even bigger price tag for the consumer. Secondly, Lamborghini has produced a reduced number of its models to keep up the exclusivity. Its rarity seals the fact that not everyone can own one, but, as the years progress, some of the older models lose their shine due to better technologies and standards. These cars have become somewhat obsolete and become attainable to members of the middle class.
Stunning Recreation of the Lamborghini Countach LP500 Prototype Is Born
Lamborghini has resurrected the Countach LP500 prototype in this recreation based on the original, a car that was first revealed to the press at the 1971 Geneva Motor show. However, during subsequent testing, the supercar was destroyed.
But now, after 25,000 painstaking hours of restoration, Lamborghini has brought back the original LP 500 from the dead to celebrate the iconic car’s 50th anniversary. The car seen here is using the underpinnings of a Aventador LPI 800-4.
The World’s Very First Twin-Turbo Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Is A 2000-WHP Flame Thrower
YouTuber, Damon Fryer, from Daily Driven Exotics (DDE), flew down to L.A. along with his buddies to check out a one of a kind Twin-TurboLamborghini Aventador SVJ tuned by Underground Racing, that produces, wait for it, 2000 wheel Horsepower (WHP) from Lambo’s legendary V-12 engine.
Lamborghini Huracan Rayo Wants To Have A Go At 300 MPH
I think we can all agree that the Lamborghini Huracan is a very capable supercar out of the box. Be that as it may, the people at 7X Design thought it would be a good idea to exploit the car’s hardware to its fullest. Moreover, with help from Envisage Group from Coventry, the Huracan received a bespoke new body that seems to have been inspired by the Miura. The results, both visually and performance-wise, are mind-blowing.
This Trio Of Marcello Gandini-designed Classic Cars Is Going Under The Hammer
Marcello Gandini needs no introduction. He has tens of models to his name and many of them have achieved legendary status. Now, three of his creations, namely the Lamborghini Jarama, the Lancia Stratos HF Stradale, and the Alfa-Romeo Montreal will be up for sale at an upcoming auction by Stratas Auctions. Collectively, they are expected to fetch north of $800,000.