The Aston Martin DB9 Earned a Sub-Zero on Top Gear’s Cool Wall For a Reason
Aston Martin is a brand synonymous with exclusivity, elegance, glitz, and glamor. The legendary sports carmaker has now been around for over a century and is today a symbol of Britain. Aston Martin has time and again been rated in countless surveys as one of the Coolest Brands of all time.
2021 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster Korean Special Series
The Complete Chronology of Lamborghini Countach And Its Versions
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.
Pininfarina Battista Hits The Roads In California
Pininfarina revealed the first production-ready Battista at the 2021 Monterey Car Week, but it seems the company couldn’t wait to let it soak in some of the sun’s vitamin-filled rays. The Battista was put through the paces – legally – on California roads. And it somehow made it look like those winding mountain roads were built for the Battista and not the other way around.
The car presented in Monterey is finished in a distinctive black exposed signature carbon fiber that is visually enhanced by the black gloss precision polished Impulso wheels. On the inside, you’ll see black sustainable luxury leather with Iconica Blue contrast stitching and quilted Pilota seats wrapped in blue Alcantara. Under the body lies a 120 kWh battery and four electric motors. Those motors are said to be good for 1,900 horsepower and 1,696 pound-feet of torque – enough for a 62-mph sprint in 1.9 seconds and a top speed of 260 mph. It’s not for everyone, though, as Pininfarina is only building 150 examples and each one comes at a minimum cost of $2.5 million.
2021 Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 - A Sian And Aventador With The Original Countach’s Design Cues
When Lamborghini announced that the ‘Countach’ nameplate is making a comeback, it took the whole world by storm. The company teased in twice in quick succession earlier this week, hoping to create some hype before eventually unveiling it. However, the car was leaked right after the Italian automaker teased it on its social media. A day later, Lamborghini has taken the wraps off it.
The Countach nameplate is revived on its 50th anniversary and it seems to be the Sian and Aventador’s lovechild with the design cues of the original Countach. It is powered by a V-12 mill with an electric motor that puts out over 800 horses. It will be limited to just 112 examples.
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Lamborghini Teases The New Countach Yet Again
Update 08/12/2021: The new Lamborghini Countach is leaked. Scroll down to see the images and learn more about it
Lamborghini took the whole world by surprise when it announced that the ‘Countach’ nameplate is making a comeback three decades after it was sent into oblivion. Although nothing much was revealed other than a silhouette of the wedge-shaped car, the Italian automaker decided to continue hyping the car by revealing a few more teaser pictures within a couple of days of the first announcement. Lamborghini took to Instagram to upload three more images of the upcoming Countach that suggest that it could arrive sooner than expected. Are you as pumped up about it as we are?
Pininfarina Battista Unveiled As A 1,900-Horsepower EV At The Monterey Car Week
Ahead of its appearance at the Monterey Car Week, the very first production-ready version of the much-awaited Pininfarina Battista made a spectacular debut on the roads of California. The model that is all set to be displayed during the Monterey event can be finally seen in all its glory on the road.
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The Huracan Could Be The Most Emotional Lamborghini Ever Built
The Lamborghini Huracan STO never got the reveal it deserved thanks to the COVID pandemic. It’s been nearly a year, and the STO has finally made its way to its natural habitat – the race track. The days of delayed test drives are over, and – according to Lamborghini – the feedback was “positive all-around” thanks to the STO’s delivery of absolute performance and the way it evokes emotion.
This isn’t really surprising, though, as the STO is, arguably, the best Huracan ever built. Lamborghini’s tried and true 5.2-liter V-10 pumps out 631 horsepower and 417 pound-feet of torque. With that kind of power, you’ll get to 62 mph (100 km/h) in three-seconds flat when you put the hammer down. If you keep going, it takes just nine seconds for the sprint from 0 to 124 mph! That said, the STO is a bit slower than the Performante, with a top speed of 190 mph vs. 202 mph, but the STO is designed to rip corners apart with a vengeance anyway. The first year of STO production is already sold out, but you can still pay up $327,838 to get in on the next production year.
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Lamborghini Is Resurrecting One Of Its Most Iconic Names
Sit down, if you are standing up, and take a deep breath because one of the most renowned cars of all time is supposedly getting a revival; and no, this is not a joke. A new Lamborghini Countach is en route, and the Italian automaker has officially confirmed it.
The Countach turns 50 this year, and it was only last week that we brought you a story on a designer re-imagining a Neo-Retro Lamborghini Countach. The rendering featured the sleek design aesthetic of early iterations of the Supercar, balanced with hints of modernity and performance.