The Lamborghini Centenario is great. For starters, it’s got a 770 horsepower naturally aspirated V12. It’s also telling us that the Aventador’s successor will have four-wheel steering, and while Ferruccio Lamborghini would never care for its design, it’s actually the perfect tribute to Stephan Winkelmann’s triumphant…
Lamborghini Aventador drivers love nothing more than to rev their engines at a standstill, shoot flames, and attempt to get their cars to catch on fire.
By now we all know most modern Lamborghinis have a bit of a... design issue. I, in grand Lamborghini style, would even call it a feature. They tend to catch fire every so often. Said fire will often come at the most inopportune moments, too, like when you’re a valet taking somebody else’s Lambo out for a joyride.
He is too tall! He gives up because he can not fit!
Ever since they started offering AWD on the Diablo, Lamborghini has offered an extra high-performance, rear-wheel drive version of their top all-wheel drive supercar. But they just backed down on a RWD Aventador, and the reason they gave is kind of hilarious.
There’s money, and then there’s I’m going to drive my half-million dollar Lamborghini Aventador Roadster into a sand dune money.
English investigators are treating a recent blaze that destroyed hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of supercars as arson, according to reports.
What’s up party people! The drop-top version of the superhot Lamborghini Aventador has finally landed, and it’s ready to blow doors off and skirts up as it comes screaming out of the dance club valet line and straight into a tree at the hands of some drunken oligarch!
Okay, time to pull out that folder in your file cabinet — the big gray one, not the little black one — labelled CARS, HALVED and find the printout of our story from 2013 about a Lamborghini Aventador that was split in half in a wreck. Well, it looks like things are finally settled, and the owner wants the two halves…
Nobody in the history of the universe dared to call the regular Lamborghini Aventador boring, but as it turns out, the SV version is much more than the sum of a big wing and weight savings of 110 pounds.
This is the new Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 SV, the version with less weight and more power.
Lamborghinis definitely, definitely, definitely have a history of catching fire. But the key question in so many conflagrations was how they were managing to go up in flames. It turns out, it's because they get so enthused with being a raging Italian bull, that they can't help but set themselves on fire.
Apparently, four-wheel drive isn't everything.
Hey, kids! Wanna watch a Ferrari F40 drag race a tuned Ford GT and a Porsche 911 9FF? Of course you do, because those things are awesome.
This picture was taken a few moments after we parked our Arancio Argos Lamborghini Aventador with all its 700 horsepower in front of an unsuspecting Italian family’s home. They didn’t speak English (or Magyar) and I didn’t speak Italian, but Lambo’s V12 speaks an international language everyone understands.
Think you're committed to your car? You've got nothing on Miami restaurant mogul Gino Gargiulo, who loves his Lamborghini Aventador so much he commissioned a speedboat replica that's so outrageous it lives up to its namesake.
Here at Jalopnik we're not doing much to cover the Gumball 3000 supercar rally... except when they do predictably moronic or hilarious things.
Alternatively, 'Watch a Lamborghini Aventador Get Stoned.' Ouch! What's going on here?
It's Ken Block with his buddies Mike Rockenfeller in an Audi R8, Augusto Farfus in a the new BMW M4 and Adrian Zaugg in a Lamborghini Aventador playing around on a race-course drenched in darkness and laser beams. Just another day at the office.