Weekend mode: engage.
Names are important. Names represent you and they stand in for you when you’re not around. Some names sound great when they’re in Italian, but don’t always translate well to English.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, America’s auto safety regulator, issued a recall of Lamborghinis earlier this month because a faulty fuel system could potentially lead to a fire. In other news, water is wet and the earth is round.
A Lamborghini Aventador S is a statement car. It’s a statement that you’ve made it, that you’ve got money to burn, that you want a big, bad, impractical supercar and are willing to throw down $420,000 to make that dream a reality.
When you see a Ferrari or a Lamborghini drive by, rarely do you think, “That’s probably fake.” Believe it or not, sometimes they are, and once again a shop in Spain is set to pay the price.
I’ll get this out of the way right now; this is not a real ad for Lamborghini. They don’t do commercials for obvious reasons. This is supposed to be some sort of spoof, and while the production looks convincing, I’m not sure I can find the humor in it.
There’s a new Jamiroquai song out. It’s weird, which is typical, but can it pass the most important test? We’re speaking, of course, of the Will This Jamiroquai Song Make Me Subconsciously Accelerate To Speeds Exceeding 200 Miles Per Hour In My Lamborghini test.
Normally, Ferrari is the Italian marque most associated with random car fires, but in the first hour of the 24 Hours of Daytona it’s Lamborghini’s turn to become a car-b-que.
Jeroen Mul in the No. 16 Change Racing Lamborghini Huracán GT3 gets the honor of being the very first person to crash at the Rolex 24. Already. Eight minutes into a 24-hour race.
Chris Brown, noted R&B singer and domestic abuse-enthusiast, learned a valuable lesson in Knowing Who The Hell Has Your Car when his Lamborghini Aventador was found, completely mangled, on a Beverly Hills road early Tuesday morning. Brown is fine, since he was not driving the car. In fact, nobody’s sure who was…
Allow me to offer a modest proposal: replace all cars with Lamborghini Diablo GTs.
2016 couldn’t end on a quiet note. No, it had to go ahead and give us another solid candidate for Save of the Year.
Cars and video games go together like peanut butter and jelly. Indeed, it’s one of the ways us common folk can experience something as exotic and rare as a Lamborghini without owning it. But, in the game developers’ zeal to always deliver to us the freshest and most exciting cars, did Forza Horizon 3 accidentally leak…
Left is up, backwards is starboard, and nothing makes sense to me anymore because apparently the Lamborghini Urus SUV is not only still coming to life, but it’s going to be available as a plug-in hybrid.
With the announcement of Lamborghini’s big Aventador V12 flagship in 2011, there were a few other things you could expect: a reeeeally long production run and a bunch of different versions, each more absurd than the last. The 2017 Lamborghini Avendator S is the latest one.
When the finances really get squeezed and you’re pressured into making the tough decision of putting your child through another year of college or paying off loans, just know that there is a Lamborghini speaker—yes, a standalone speaker—out there that costs more than the amount you’re debating.
There’s just something about good lighting. And a good car. And a good photographer, of course. Good thing we have all of that, right?
If you’ve been holding on to about 200 grand (mostly in change) because you wanted a Lamborghini Huracán, but it had to be both a drop-top and RWD only, you’re finally able to unload all that cash. Because Lambo has finally revealed a rear-wheel drive Huracán Spyder, and it’s called, cleverly the Lamborghini Rear…
When you were 13, were you winning your class in global time attack from behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo race car? No. You were not, because you are not Steven Aghakhani.
As we like to say here, you’re either a Huracan or a Huracan’t. This is definitely a Lamborghini Huracan, because, well, just look at it. Who doesn’t love a purple supercar with a V-10 engine in it?