Lamborghini

Lamborghini, or Lamborghini Automobili S.p.A., was founded in 1963. Since then, the company has been headquartered in Sant’Agata Bolognese, in Northern Italy and to this day, it runs 145 dealerships around the world. Lamborghini is known for building some of the automotive industry’s most iconic cars, including the likes of Miura, Countach, Diablo, and Murciélago, but also limited, highly-exclusive editions such as the Reventón, Sesto Elemento, Veneno, and Centenario. Modern times, however, and wacky customer preferences have determined the company to build the Urus SUV, which is marketed as the world’s first SSUV (Super-SUV). Lamborghini’s current lineup comprises the said Urus, joined by the Huracán and the Aventador, plus their respective declinations.

Spy Shots: An Early Look at the Lamborghini Aventador's Successor

Spy Shots: An Early Look at the Lamborghini Aventador’s Successor

First plug-in hybrid Lambo would be more angular and aggressive-looking than its predecessor

In June 2021, the Italian supercar marque, Lamborghini, bid goodbye to its V-12-powered Aventador with a limited-run Ultimae model. Since then, anticipation for the replacement has building, but it seems like the waiting period is slowly ending. Spy photographers had the chance to snap a few photos of the upcoming electrified Aventator’s successor, and the “spaceship”-like look continues as the CEO promised.

Update 7-7-2022: We’ve added even more images of the Aventaor’s successor to the gallery below!

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Spy Shots: An Early Look at the Lamborghini Urus Hybrid PHEV

Spy Shots: An Early Look at the Lamborghini Urus Hybrid PHEV

It could deliver as much as 820 horsepower

Lamborghini is currently working on a facelifted version for the Urus known as the Urus EVO. Latest spy shots reveal that the Italian company has another surprise prepared for the Urus fans: a plug-in hybrid version is also under development. It was caught testing at the same time with the Aventador’s successor, a plug-in hybrid version of the Panamera, and the facelifted Cayenne - mostly because Lamborghini will share the plug-in hybrid technology with various Porsche models.

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Lamborghini Is Not Interested In Making More Retro Models And It's a Shame

Lamborghini Is Not Interested In Making More Retro Models And It’s a Shame

If Lamborghini’s words are anything to go by, the 2021 Countach is the last tribute to the brand’s past

As far as Italian car companies go, few possess the proud past and heritage of Lamborghini. It is because of this great past and the brand’s experience in making go-fast machines (and tractors) that we have gotten some of the most bonkers high-performance sports cars in the industry.Lamborghini’s decision to resurrect the Countach name was one that excited many, but was ultimately highly controversial. By the sound of it, the 2021 Lamborghini Countach will be the last time the supercar maker dabbles in retro-inspired models.

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Electrification is Forcing Lamborghini to Invest Painful Amounts of Money

Electrification is Forcing Lamborghini to Invest Painful Amounts of Money

And it’s all for the sake of maintaining the brand’s legacy

Another day, another automaker announcing its commitment to an electrified future. This time, it’s Lamborghini’s turn to showcase to the world how serious they are when it comes to electrifying its lineup. As a matter of fact, the brand’s transition to an electrified future will be the biggest investment in the company’s history.

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Rendering: This Lamborghini Pickup Doesn't Care About Your Feelings

Rendering: This Lamborghini Pickup Doesn’t Care About Your Feelings

What if the LM002 will actually have a real successor?

The Cheetah was Lamborghini’s first attempt to develop an off-road vehicle. The model is based on FMC’s XR311 prototype developed for the military in 1970 and featured a fiberglass body. Under the hood, it had a 5.9-liter Chrysler engine that delivered a total of 180 horsepower. However, the fact that the engine was placed in the rear gave the Cheetah very poor handling characteristics and the U.S. Army never got to test it. Instead of the Cheetah, Lamborghini developed the LM002 - a model with a similar design and a 12-cylinder engine from the Lamborghini Countach mounted in the front.

Neither of those models were real trucks. And with Lamborghini offering an SUV now, the idea of and Lamborghini truck has been floating around. Our sister site, HotCars, tried to imagine what a Lamborghini truck would look like, and the result is quite impressive.

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Don't Expect Electric Lamborghinis to Be All That Different

Don’t Expect Electric Lamborghinis to Be All That Different

The pressure of electrification will not make Lambos look less than a “spaceship”

Hardcore performance automakers like Lamborghini have yet to enter the electrified car market, and the days of the thirsty V-10s and V-12s are coming to an end. Lamborghini design boss, Mitja Borkert, has now confirmed that the brand’s design will not change drastically when the new EV comes in around 2028 and that future cars will still “look like spaceships.”

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Fastest SUVs In The World

Fastest SUVs In The World

Here’s a list of 10 fastest SUVs in the world in 2022

The general consensus is that SUVs are more practical vehicles than they are something that fills the adrenaline cravings. They’re also considered as big, bulky vehicles that can tow stuff or even be taken offroad. If you want the performance, you can get yourself sports cars or supercars, or even hot hatches, for that matter. But, there are some SUVs that can put even some of the world’s best sports cars to shame with their performance. Automakers are creating straight-line monsters that can achieve speeds of well over 180 mph despite their big builds, poor aerodynamic efficiency, and heavy curb weights. Here’s a list of the fastest SUVs in the world in 2022:

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Novitec Aims to Redefine Perfection With Its Latest Update for the Lamborghini Huracan STO

Novitec Aims to Redefine Perfection With Its Latest Update for the Lamborghini Huracan STO

We’re looking forward to see what changes will be offered for the V-10

Ever since its launch, the STO (Super Trofeo Omologato) has been described as the most radical road-legal version of the Huracan yet. The question is: how do you transform something as sporty as the Huracan STO into something that’s even more dynamic and thrilling? The answer is simple: you ask Novitec to come up with a solution!

Its latest package, while it makes no updates under the hood, transforms both the exterior and the interior look of the supercar and includes a new exhaust system that will make the V-10 sound a lot better. If we were to look at previous Novitec jobs, this is just the first step and updates for the engine are just around the corner.

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Mansory Venatus Evo S Is the Coolest Looking Lamborghini Urus Ever Made

Mansory Venatus Evo S Is the Coolest Looking Lamborghini Urus Ever Made

Only 10 units will be built, so this Lamborghini Urus by Mansory doesn’t look cool but is extremely rare, too

The Urus is about to receive a facelift, and will soon be known as the Urus Evo. The official debut should happen before the end of 2022, but the Evo version still won’t be as aggressive as a Lamborghini should be. Fortunately, where automakers decide to stop, there are tuners to come in and pick up where they left off. This Lamborghini Urus by Mansory, dubbed the Venatus EVO S, is a prime example of this.

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This Lamborghini-Powered 1995 Audi S6 Is the Most Ridiculous Thing You'll Ever See

This Lamborghini-Powered 1995 Audi S6 Is the Most Ridiculous Thing You’ll Ever See

The sound from this hodgepodge of Audi parts is incredible.

If you have the know-how and the tools, modifying a german car can bring a truly special creation to life. However, even with the necessary skills and tools, completing any major modifications, such as an engine swap, will still give you a headache for hours on end. A man named Joel Francisco has completed just that. In short, he swapped the 5.2-liter V-10 engine from a C6 (2006-2011 model year) Audi S6 into a 1995 Audi S6 wagon. Judging from the YouTube video, it seems to be as crazy as one would imagine it is, as it can spin all four wheels on a launch.

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This is the Coolest Homemade Lamborghini You'll Ever See

This is the Coolest Homemade Lamborghini You’ll Ever See

This talented father built a ‘drivable’ wooden replica of the Lamborghini Vision GT for his son, and it’s fantastic!

Lamborghini revealed the Vision GT Concept back in 2019, and it was arguably one of the most radical designs from the Italian automaker. Lamborghini is known for sharp, aggressive styling, so a car that made other models with the portfolio looks like doodles says how bold the Vision GT Concept is. Although this isn’t a car that you can buy or even see it in real, for that matter, but this particular gentleman owns it. Confused? We’re talking about a wooden homebuilt replica he made that can actually be driven! Crazy, isn’t it?

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Rendering: Is this the Electric Lamborghini Supercar of the Future?

Rendering: Is this the Electric Lamborghini Supercar of the Future?

What if the next Batmobile is a Lamborghini EV?

Lamborghini CEO, Stephan Winkelmann confirms that 2022 will be the last year for traditional Lamborghinis as the brand takes “the last step of internal combustion engines”. However, there’s no need to be concerned because Lamborghini’s production-heavy vehicles, such as the Aventador, Huracán, and Urus, will all be plug-in hybrids by 2024. But what about the Lamborghini EV scheduled to launch in 2028? Here is an independent rendering from Wang Lei that sheds some light on what we might expect, and it seems to be far from the 2+2 two-door coupe that was previously suggested to be in the works.

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