A Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera wound up wedged underneath a mobile trailer after a suspected drunken crash in California on Saturday, the Costa Mesa Police Department said on Instagram. Not the nose of the car, or even the front half—the entire car got jammed under the trailer’s few feet of ground clearance.
Today’s GoPro and cell phone clips have exceptional video quality, but the audio always seems to be lacking. So please take a listen to this Lamborghini Diablo GTR take off, shot nearly a decade ago.
Today Lamborghini is a small piece of the hulking Volkswagen empire, with a GT racing program, a successful line of supercars as well as, soon, an SUV cash cow. But there was a time when the company was a bit more fly-by-night, and in few cars was that as clear as in the 1995 Diablo Jota, a car I forgot about until…
Buying Lamborghinis, Ferraris and Maybachs and flaunting wealth seems like a good idea until Bulgaria, one of the most impoverished members of the European Union, decides to have police stop and check expensive cars and investigate owners for tax fraud and money laundering.
He’s right, some do say it’s art, but this looks more like revenge. And taking out your vengeance by taking a car key to somebody’s paint job? That’s, like, one of the worst things you can do to a car.
When I see things like bedazzled iPhone cases, I scoff because they look like trash. But this bedazzled Lamborghini Huracán? This is very much my shit.
If you were a car nut growing up in the 1990s, you probably know just about every variant of the Lamborghini Diablo. There was the SV, VT, the S30 Jota, even the GTR. But you probably haven’t heard of an oddball called the Lamborghini 132 GT1.
Lamborghini recently came out with an SUV called the Urus, not to be confused with “uterus,” although the two sound very similar. The SUV now has its own line of fashion, luggage and model cars, because we’re all supposed to give into the idea that certain brands make us more important than we really are.
What you’re looking at is a Lamborghini Huracán with a Christmas tree on top. This is the proper and only good way to transport a Christmas tree, if you were wondering.
Well, everyone, the day has arrived. That automaker all of the kids had posters and screensavers of has finally come out with a (somewhat im)-practical SUV with four seats that, under a sheet, could almost be mistaken for a Kia Sportage. This is the new 2019 Lamborghini Urus, whether you wanted it or not.
I don’t know why this is even a thing we need to discuss, but it is. Lamborghinis are meant to be rally cars.
What do you give the pope, who already has a lot of things? A rear-wheel drive Lamborghini Huracan, of course.
You can always count on Lamborghini to make a batshit concept. Look no further than its latest example: the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio, which means “third millennium” in Italian. It’s here as a stunning (and stationary) idea for now, but one that the Italian automaker hopes will set the stage for the supercars of…