Weekend mode: engage.
Weekend mode: engage.
It was so hot in Arizona an area man was able to cook steaks in the street while simultaneously baking cookies on the dashboard of his Lamborghini.
Porsche did it. Bentley did it. Range Rover really did it. Now Lamborghini is gearing up to introduce its third model to the world in the form of a big fast all-wheel-drive “sport” SUV that may very well betray the company’s V12 roots.
Japan is often the source of ridiculously over the top supercar modifications. Sometimes the results are manifested in something like the insane genius of RWB Porsches, but more often the Japanese tendency to throw subtlety to the wind when modifying an expensive car results in something like this—a leopard print…
We received the following response from TeamSalamone, the subject of our previous story — the world's most stereotypical Lamborghini owner. Here is the letter, in its entirety:
He owns a $400,000 Lamborghini Aventador with the license plate "WINNING." He calls his girlfriend "Concubine." He loves strippers. He lives in Long Island. He is a divorce attorney. He knows Ice-T.
Speed is addictive, which may explain why the owner of this Lamborghini Murcielago decided to tussle with a BMW M5 as they both left the 2011 SuperGT race at the Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia this afternoon. As these exclusive before-and-after photos show, the Lambo loses.
Las Vegas is the city of sin and of some wicked cars. We hit The Strip, enjoyed the sights and ended up doing battle at a local go-kart track.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee's trail-rated, but is it tail-rated, i.e., will it help you get lucky? Well, maybe not, but Nice Price or Crack Pipe has one that may mean you won't need date rape drugs.
In technology they call it vaporware. In cryptozoology it's called a cryptid. But Nice Price or Crack Pipe is all about the cars, and that's why we call it... the Vector.
Are you ready to get your budget exotic on? Well, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a Piccolo toro for you, and that's no bull.
Not everything from the late ‘70s was malaise-inducing. Today, it's up periscope for some Nice Price or Crack Pipe Italian insanity.
The good stuff starts around the 2 minute mark in the top clip, but this clip to the left of the driver's seat point-of-view starts as soon as you hit the go button. If you're at work, pop on some headphones and crank that volume. And if you're at home, well we shouldn't have to tell you. Goda di!
What you're looking at above is not a computer generated drawing, it is a full scale wireframe representation of a Lamborghini Countach created by installation artist Benedict Radcliffe. The car is the latest in a series of wire cars Radcliffe has completed. It's likely the most ambitious, painstakingly crafted from…