Winter is coming, and we could all use a Hawaiian detour right now. But if you don’t exactly have island dreams coming true sometime in the near future, find peace in this Lamborghini heading down an oceanside highway.
What good is the internet if we don't use it to drool over things we can never have? Today's Weekend Wallpaper is the Lamborghini Aventador, which can be yours for a mere $397, 500. Made of carbon fiber with aluminum front and rear frames, this model is about 100 pounds lighter than its predecessor and is reported to…
I'm sure that title doesn't actually make sense, but either does this car. The Lamborghini Aventador Roadster is ridiculous. It's ridiculously expensive, ridiculously powerful, ridiculously designed... and it's perfect it in its ridiculous world.
Selling an Aventador in London is easy. Just stick a for sale sign in Arabic on the windshield, and then wait for some rich dude to come around and buy it, as two new videos show.
Lamborghini, once known as a maker of tractors and then as a maker of supercars, continues its transformation this week into a maker of municipal service vehicles with this Lamborghini Aventador airport taxi vehicle.
350 Lamborghinis from 29 countries are participating in the company's 50th anniversary celebrations right now in the parc fermè at Piazza Castello in front of the Sforzesco Castle in Milan. It's wallpaper time!
Here's a Lamborghini Aventador in Tampa, Florida perfectly, perfectly, covering two parking spaces. Good thing the driver folded the mirrors.
The World's Most Stereotypical Lamborghini Owner gave his 'Concubine' this, the worst Valentine's Day present ever.
Kanye and Kim Kardashian wanted a sweet ride for Halloween, so they rented a gold Aventador from Prestige Imports Miami. This appears to be that very car, whipping hard and powersliding around the docks. Badass.
We always knew people would start making replicas of Lamborghini's newest supercar, but we didn't expect it to be this horrifying. And it's for sale!
If you buy an Audi it's probably coming over in a boat. If you buy a Lamborghini Aventador it's coming over in a cargo plane. Here's what it looks like packed up for transport.
The problem with modern supercars isn't that they're too fast; it's that roads are too slow. The driver of this Swedish Aventador loses his nerve as he hard launches up to 120 miles an hour.