Jason White was nearing the finish line of the 2011 Targa High Mountain when the back of his brand new Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale burst into flames. Rather than stop to put out the fire, he powered on and won the race. We saw the burning, speeding car back in November, but now we have a full race…
This VAZ 2113 came out of the factory in Togliattigrad, Russia with something between 53 and 72 horsepower, but with some proletariat tuning even a 500-odd horsepower Gallardo can't stand in its way.
Watching tuned high horsepower cars face off at the drag strip is, at least in our opinion, pure and simple car porn at its best.
It all started (or re-started, rather) with the Gallardo LP 550-2 Valentino Balboni. Now the two-wheel-drive Lambo is a solid part of the company's Gallardo lineup, with the base-model LP 550-2 coupe and now — debuting in Los Angeles — the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder.
Tasmanian driver Jason White needed to make up four seconds on the final stage of the Targa High Mountain, so when his brand new Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale burst into flames halfway through the final lap he just pressed on, driving like a man on fire... literally.
In the latest installment of our Guys Jumping Over Cars series, a Swedish man known as Al the Jumper calmly stands in the middle of a road while a Lamborghini Gallardo traveling at 50 mph speeds his way. Then, effortlessly, he leaps over the car just in time to avoid injuries and/or death. Those are some quick…
A prospective Australian Lamborghini buyer reinforced negative stereotypes about people who
buy test drive exotic automobiles yesterday when he crashed the Gallardo he was test driving into a highway barrier.
Supercar ownership may seem like nothing but good times to those of us who don't have one, but even after you absorb the massive cost of owning and maintaining one it's not all hooning and impressing members of the opposite sex.
However many edizione specialalzes Lamborghini cooks up, the world always seems hungry for more. Hence it's latest treat: the Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale, a 150-copy uber-Gallardo that will be unveiled officially in Frankfurt.
Web entrepreneur Robert Himler decided before he took his mother on her inaugural ride in his 1,250-hp twin-turbo Lamborghini Gallardo, he'd hide a video camera to capture her reactions. He's going to need something special when Mother's Day rolls around.
This weekend's Spa 24 Hours saw the sacrifice of two McLaren MP4-12C GT3s during the race and the sad destruction of a racing Lamborghini Gallardo as it either tried to pull into pit lane or tried to avoid driving off the track into pit lane. Whatever the intention, It reached some sort of weird and destructive…
A certain era of children educated in American public schools will remember Sanitare powder as that material janitors used to sprinkle on their vomit. Imagine mixing that with $15,000 in gold paint and you have this, the barfpowder rainbow Lamborghini — once owned by none other than Dennis Rodman.
A friend of Bam Margera's named "Cleveland" borrowed the Jackass co-star's Lamborghini Gallardo and put diesel fuel in the vehicle, causing an estimated $45,000 in damage. So far Margera's threatened to murder Cleveland on Twitter at least ten times.
So yeah, it's just some skater kids hanging out in an orange Lamborghini Gallardo. Who's the owner? It must be this gentleman who decides to demonstrate his Irish dancing skills on the back hatch. Oh Florida, you are full of stars.
The driver of this Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 spun out at Mt. Panorama during the big Bathurst Motorsports Festival last weekend and hit the wall. The damage wasn't too bad. And then these fellas showed up to tow it away.
After stumbling across Chris Brown's Lamborghini Gallardo up done in a World War II fighter plane theme, a tipster pointed us to the man who came up with the idea and pulled off the detailed airbrush painting.
This shot of Chris Brown's Lamborghini Gallardo vinyl-wrapped in a World War II fighter theme caught by Celebrity Cars just sparks so many questions. Like: Do those plus signs count how many women he's fought in it? Add yours below.
Earlier this week we told you about one Chinese Lamborghini owner who had his Gallardo publicly destroyed to protest the manufacturer's poor service. While most of us don't have the means or desire to actually destroy automobiles in protest, what if you did? What car would you publicly destroy to prove a point?