Earlier today, we noted that Pope Francis got a Lamborghini, which inspired some religion jokes.
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…
It’s no LM002, but the upcoming Lamborghini Urus is still pretty darn big. How big? Big enough to have a chuckle at when you see the testing video.
You thought crossovers were lame. That’s what they wanted you to think: that they’re boring, bland, and just useful enough to make almost the entire human population flock to them and dump out loads of cash. While you were fooled, these crossovers were training to take on your beloved supercars.
It’s readily apparent that electrification is the immediate future of cars, and more than likely our gateway drug to full-on electric cars going mainstream. And that trend may be fine. It’s hard to argue against SUVs and sedans and even trucks going hybrid; they’re normal cars, so why not? But what about high-end…
October has been quite a month for events in Japan. From the Nicole Racing Days, the La Festa Mille Miglia, and the Ferrari 70th Anniversary Rally just last week, we’ve been staying busy over here. But we can’t always have nice things, and as such it’s been raining non-stop (like raining water, not raining cool car…
A crash in the early hours of the morning near Miami Beach left a Lamborghini Huracan split completely in half, according to reports. The car caught fire as well, with the front end landing in a nearby parking lot and the back half coming to a stop in the middle of the road.
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!
Even Lamborghini knows what’s up with their owners by now. You buy a Lamborghini because they’re loud, they’re wild, they’re fast and they’re utterly ridiculous. You, a ridiculous human, are your car.
It’s a Lamborghini Espada kind of day! You decide what that means.
Canadian record producer, DJ and Ferrari-troller Deadmau5 (pronounced “dead mouse” and not “dead-mao-five”) keeps up a pretty eclectic car collection. And by eclectic I don’t mean the cars are weird and funky. I mean he customizes them all weird and funky and that’s what makes them wonderful.
I’ve been thinking long and hard about why modern-day supercars just don’t excite me like they used to, and I think part of the reason is that they’re pretty good at being cars most of the time. They do what they’re supposed to, and while that’s fine, it also makes them boring. Unlike the Lamborghini Countach.
I once sat around a table with senior U.S. brass from Audi and was laughed at for asking if the brand would ever introduce a drift mode like many of its rivals. Well now rumors and teases indicate Audi will instead offer an R8 that’s always in drift mode with a rear-wheel drive model. Who’s laughing now?
Ex-Lamborghini boss and wearer of impeccable suits Stephan Winkelmann headed up Audi’s fun division Audi Sport GmbH, formerly known as Quattro, for just a little over a year. Now, it appears that he’s moving again, this time to captain Bugatti. That sounds like... trading up.
Remember that crazy-ass off-roading supercar concept Audi showed off back in 2013? It was called the Nanuk and had a V10 diesel, and was essentially a lifted and toughened R8 or something. Well now the rumor mill claims the concept has been kicked over to Lamborghini to become a real thing in the form of a Huracan—now…
This mini documentary on Miami’s most powerful speedboats is actually pretty interesting and colorful, but the officially-licensed Lamborghini boat “Raging Bull” is, just, good grief.
The wild Lamborghini in its natural habitat is a spectacular and majestic beast. When threatened, though, it can be quite dangerous, often resorting to the traditional Italian Supercar defense of catching on fire. That’s what happened yesterday in Dallas, when a carjacked Lambo burst into flames during a police chase.
The age of coachbuilding may just be making a comeback. Ken Okuyama, the ex-Pininfarina designer who was responsible for the Ferrari Enzo and Maserati Quattroporte, has created one hell of a follow-up to the polarizing Code 57 unveiled at last year’s Monterey Car Week. I got to see it and shoot it.