The first Lamborghini Jota was a modified Miura built in 1970 that, just a year later, burned to the ground. The next Jotas were modified Diablos built in the 1990s, which lacked rearview mirrors. What is (probably) the latest Jota? The beast you see above, a modified 2020 Aventador that is intended, like the Jotas of…
On Saturday, in Gómez Palacio, Mexico, a taxi attempting a U-turn struck a Lamborghini Aventador, causing around $38,000 in damage, according to the Mexico City newspaper Excelsior. For once, it wasn’t the Lamborghini’s fault!
Look here: it’s the new, roofless version of the Lamborghini Aventador S—the Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster. Whoo!
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.
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?
Lamborghinis are all the same. Fast. Loud. Also quite fast. Or are they?
I personally lose things all the time. My sunglasses. That shirt I used to have with Yosemite on it. A $400,000 Lamborghini Aventador. Wait, no, that wasn’t me.
There’s just something about seeing fast cars in such a serene environment. It’s even a good metaphor for life—when your workweek sends tasks flying at you at the speed of light, chill out and remember that even fast things can be serene.
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…