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The Italian sports car Lamborghini revealed the first ever magnificent Centenario around the year 2016 at the Geneva Motor Show. And even though the Lamborghini Aventador SV and Centenario have a brooding similarity when it comes to performance, the Centenario was pretty much still a hit to loyal Lamborghini fans and car enthusiasts worldwide. Now a Lamborghini Centenario has arrived in the U.S., particularly at Newport Beach located in Costa Mesa, California. While it is the first ever Centenario to step on American land, it won’t be the last.
Largely based on the Lamborghini Aventador SV, the dashing Centenario utilizes the same 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 that will produce around 759hP (565 kW) and pure 508 lb-ft (688 Newton Meters) of torque, allowing the sports car to reach around 60 miles per hour (96 km per hours) needing only 2.8 seconds to do the job. Nevertheless, the top speed of the Centenario is limited to around 217 mph (349 kmh). The said horsepower is only 20hp more powerful than its predecessor, but the Centenario is considered a tad lighter due to its carbon fiber body. The Centenario weighs at an estimated 3,350 lbs (1,519 kg).
The Italian automaker claimed that performance-wise, the Centenario is more dominant compared to SV but not on a large scale. Only 40 units of the Lamborghini Centenario worth around $1.9 million each will be manufactured and sold globally. Specifically, there will be 20 coupes and 20 convertibles produced to celebrate the 100th birthday of founder Ferrucio Lamborghini, who was born on April 28, 1916. The swanky sports car that was delivered in the US flaunted its awesome bare carbon fiber exterior paired with blue accents to contrast its dark paint.Read the entire article First Lamborghini Centenario has landed on U.S. shores
It looks so divine in colour white and it doesn’t mind hitting the tracks even if it gets dirty. Okay, so all Lamborghinis are hot but this one’s hotter than anything you’ve likely ever seen. The one-off Lamborghini Diablo GTR #022 also happens to be among company's SuperTrophy Series. SuperTrophy is much like today’s Super Trofeo range which is basically the lighter version of the ultra-cool road going supercars by Lamborghini. The rest of the features have been specified for racing; that’s why this Diablo GTR came with a race-bred V12 engine and is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission from the very beginning.
Surprisingly, the seller posted the vehicle at the Formula Automobile website without naming the price. As a brand new Diablo GTR would cost around $310,000, this used one still won’t come cheap.
For sale is the beast at number 22, which packs an incredibly powerful 590hp (440kW) with a torque of 472lb-ft (640Nm). With only thirty examples, it isn't anymore surprising why this Lamborghini counts as among the rarest breed of bulls from Sant'Agata.Read the entire article Rare Lamborghini Diablo GTR for sale in Allerod, Denmark
Remember that Lamborghini Huracan that was being sold for five dollars? Yup, the one that caught a lot of people’s attention. First, because it was so affordable; and second, because it was burned down to ashes and was still up for grabs.
Well, now we have another one with a similar case. But this time, it costs much more. But still affordable, just imagine buying a brand new entry-level Toyota, but you’ll get a Lamborghini Murcielago instead. But you’re probably thinking now that there’s a catch to this price drop.
What’s the first thing that comes into mind when you see an eBay seller whose username is “lamborghinidismantler”? Ok, you’re probably thinking he’s selling bits and pieces, or Lambo car parts. Well, he is selling parts that originate from Sant’Agata Bolognese, but besides that, he is also selling an original frame of a 2008 Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Coupe. But if you go and check out the listing, it doesn’t look like it is in its best condition. Yup, the item looks like it has been torched down, though it definitely is in a better condition compared to the $5 Huracan. At least this one has still got its shape.Read the entire article Anyone willing to get a Lamborghini Murcielago for just $16,850?
Sesto Elemento isn’t your ordinary Lamborghini supercar. After all, the Sesto Elemento is considered as one of the most expensive Lamborghini ever sold. Likewise, it is a very exclusive model, with only 20 track-focused examples were built, all of which were sold out. Thus, when such a car appears on the used-vehicles market, expect wealthy collectors to line up just to get a Sesto Elemento.
Fortunately, Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is being sold in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. According to Knight International, this Lamborghini is the only delivery mileage Sesto Elemento currently available. The supercar’s odometer shows that this Sesto Elemento has only been driven for around 198 miles – which are all delivery mileage. This Sesto Elemento has only changed hands two times, and neither of its two owners – as claimed by the dealer – have taken it for a drive. This means that the 198 miles on its odometer is practically the distance that this Sesto Elemento has traveled to be delivered to its new owner. What a waste if the owners of this Sesto Elemento have never experienced how powerful this supercar is.
This left-hand drive Lamborghini Sesto Elemento on the topic was built in 2011. It features a grey exterior and a red interior. Knight International will provide this supercar’s VIN, original invoice and documents under pre-sale agreement. For those who wanted to get a closer look at this Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, they could do so as it is now available for inspection.Read the entire article Delivery mileage Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is being sold for EUR2.4 million
You might think that the Lamborghini Huracan Performante Coupe looks impressive. But have you imagined it without a roof? Yes, as a convertible. The fastest car to lap the Nurburging, the Huracan Performante, has been rendered, sans roof - and it looks insanely beautiful.
Just after publishing his rendering of the facelifted Porsche 918 Spyder, Aksyonov Nikita is back at it with the open-top Huracan Performante Spyder he posted on Behance. In the rendering, the car was illustrated without a roof, but even with its cloth top, it will definitely look as gorgeous. Since the roadster has sleek lines, the design naturally blends in with the convertible layout effortlessly.
Though photos and videos of Lamborghini’s Huracan Performante have been taken while it was out on the Nurburging being tested, the prototype is still wrapped in its camouflage, so we still can’t tell how it looks, but it will definitely get a folding soft-top. Just like the coupe, the Performante Spyder will be equipped with a potent 5.2 liter V10 engine that can produce a whopping 630 horsepower (470 kilowatts) and 443 pound-feet (600 Newton-metres) of torque.Read the entire article Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder rendered
What’s the lowest price you can get a Lamborghini for? Whatever your guess is, we’re sure that it won’t be anywhere near $5. So then, that makes you ask – What’s the catch? It’s quite a serious one.
Owning a supercar not only means a one-time big time paycheck, you’ve got more responsibilities than that. And to be more specific, that means having to spend a lot more money on maintenance and repairs.
This one right here is a total outlier. And yes, of course there is a good reason as to why it is only $5. But before I reveal to you the reason, any takers? Sorry, but nope, it’s not a discount coupon or anything. This Lamborghini Huracan is not functioning anymore, and I doubt that even the repair shop can help you out with this - because it’s already in ashes. And I mean that this car has been burned to a crisp. In fact, the Huracan is so damaged that you can’t even recognize it anymore. But who knows, someone’s trash may be a treasure to another person, or even an art piece.Read the entire article A Lamborghini Huracan is being sold at auction for $5 only
Lamborghini has disclosed that it is looking into the possibility of releasing electric vehicles. With the Volkswagen Group revealing that it will be releasing electric vehicles within several years, there was the expectation that other automakers would follow suit. However, then Lamborghini CEO Stephen Winkelmann did not believe that the brand should go the way of electric vehicles and preferred to continue creating models that were gas-powered. All that could change though.
Appointed in March 2016, CEO Stefano Domenicali told Automotive News that he is interested in the brand’s plan to produce electric supercars. This however should not come as a surprise given that Lamborghini is in fact under the Volkswagen Group through the Audi division. With the parent company pushing for the creation of a range of hybrid vehicles and pure electric ones, it is possible that this would later trickle down to the Italian automaker that would then make a low-slung supercar.
In the same interview, CEO Domenicali said that while Lamborghini is indeed looking into electrification, customers should not expect anything in the short run. It is important, he added, to be realistic so if an electric Lamborghini model does get launched, it is likely going to happen some years from now.Read the entire article Lamborghini CEO says electric supercars may be possible
It was in early March of this year when the brand revealed that this model managed to get that achievement and as proof, it released a video showing the telemetry. While fans were happy with the achievement, there were some who questioned if indeed the record was real.
According to blog BridgetoGantry.com, the speedometer may have not have received the wheel speed but rather the GPS data, which is considered by some as less precise. What the website did was to compare the speedometer of the Huracan Performante with that of the Aventador SV. The website also said that looking at the video, it appeared that the brand had increased the frame rate by as much as 5%. There were also those who supported Lamborghini like Chris Harris of Top Gear who said that while the video may have been edited, it is possible that the lap time is real.Read the entire article Lamborghini offers proof of Huracan Performante record run at Nürburgring
Lamborghini has begun handing over the Centenarios to their rightful owners in different parts of the world. Last month, the first out of the forty Aventador-based Centenario has been delivered to an affluent car collector all the way to the UAE. There is also the menacing matte black Lamborghini Centenario that was being transported in Germany a few days ago. And very recently, a matte white Centenario has made its way to Paris!
The white Lamborghini in the video is believed to belong to a certain Qatari Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani. By far, the matte white finish is the most extraordinary paint scheme of all that has been delivered.
While the Centenario model that was put by Lamborghini at the show stands last year come in carbon fiber finish with yellow accents, this one generally comes in matte white body paint. But in many ways, it happens to express a different character since it also comes with contrasting color scheme.Read the entire article Spotted: Matte white Lamborghini Centenario arrives in Paris
If the outspoken chairman and chief executive of Italian sports maker Ferrari, Sergio Marchionne, is to be believed, some of its customers only became Lamborghini’s clients because they couldn’t get their own Maranello-built car.
Speaking before a media forum at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, Marchionne made those remarks while answering a number of questions, as thrown to him by the press. He noted during the media forum that the waiting list of some of Ferrari’s car is long, and many failed to make the cut.
Marchionne said that while he has lot of respect for Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali – who once served as principle for Ferrari’s F1 team – he believes those who missed to make the cut for Ferrari cars and were turned away ended up buying Lamborghini vehicles. We wonder how Domenicali would respond to Lamborghini connoted as a second choice to Ferrari cars.Read the entire article Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne says clients who missed the order list became Lamborghini customers
The 2017 Geneva Motor Show has long been the site where great models are first shown and this year's show is no different. Automobili Lamborghini has revealed the Huracan Perfomante, a model that boasts active aerodynamics with aero vectoring as well as makes use of lightweight technologies. In addition, the brand enhanced the powertrain while putting in an all-wheel-drive system and even a new chassis configuration.
One feature is that the body of the Huracán Performante makes use of aluminum mixed with Forged Composite. Because the Forged Composite was able to use chopped carbon fibers for the resin, it resulted in creating the complex and lightweight geometric shapes that would not have been possible if the usual carbon fiber materials were used.
The Forged Composite was used in different parts that included the spoiler in the front and the rear section, the engine bonnet, the aerodynamic diffuser, and even the bumper in the rear. The result is that the brand was able to lower the overall weight by 40 kilograms.Read the entire article 2017 Geneva: Lamborghini Huracan Performante is the ultimate road car
The first example of the most powerful and very exclusive Lamborghini has just been delivered to the model’s first owner. Yes, we are talking about the new Lamborghini Centenario, a special edition model that celebrates the 100th year birthday of Ferruccio Lamborghini, founder of the illustrious Italian sports car manufacturer.
Wrapped in a beautiful combination of black and orange exterior color finishes, this very first Centenario (in coupe version) was delivered to its new owner from the United Arab Emirates. This wealthy customer – one who is really rich to buy a new Lamborghini Centenario as it has a starting price of around EUR1.75 million or $1.9 million – is one of the 40 lucky new owners of this very exclusive sports car from Italy. Despite its price and because of its ultra-exclusive nature, Lamborghini has already pre-sold all examples of the Centenario – 20 coupes and 20 roadsters – even before the Italian sports car maker has formally announced its existence.
As a special model that celebrates nothing less than the birth of the company’s beloved founder, the Lamborghini Centenario has been designed to be very fast and very quick. Its core is played by a stunning naturally aspirated V12 engine that has been tuned to deliver as much as 770 horsepower (574 kilowatts) of output and up to 509 pound-feet (690 Newton-meters) of torque.Read the entire article First Lamborghini Centenario delivered to new owner in United Arad Emirates
With its 5.2 liter V10 engine providing up to 610 PS (449 kW or 602 hp) of output at 8,2,50 rpm and up to 560 Nm (413 lb.-ft.) of torque available at around 6,500 rpm, the Huracan LP610-4 could sprint from zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.2 seconds and from standstill to 124 mph (200 km/h) in 9.9 seconds while reaching a top speed of 201 mph (325 km/h). Already incredible, isn’t it?
However, the folks at O.CT Tuning apparently don’t think that the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 is fast and powerful enough. The tuning company probably thinks that the Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 can’t deal with the new Lamborghini Aventador S. In fact, the Aventador S would leave the Huracan LP610-4 in the dust during a sprint or in a race.Read the entire article O.CT Tuning’s supercharger kit unleashes power of Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4
Driving a Lamborghini, especially on a track, should be an exhilarating experience. At speeds of around 200 mph, a Lamborghini should be a very exciting sports car to drive. However, speed could kill.
This was recently proven when two men – both of driving age – were killed following a car crash involving a Lamborghini sports car in Las Vegas. It was supposed to be a fun track-day driving experience for a client at SpeedVegas, a track center that offers customers a way to fulfill their dreams of driving exotic cars without having to buy or lease one. But the dream for this particular customer turned into a nightmare.
This customer, a male in his 30s, availed of the Lamborghini driving experience from SpeedVegas. The track center is offering two Lamborghini driving experiences – one on a Huracan while the other is a ride on a Gallardo. The Huracan experience costs $79 per lap, with a minimum of five laps. The Gallardo experience is cheaper at $59 per lap, also with a minimum of five laps. Each of these sports cars have max speeds of around 200 mph, and crashing even at speeds of 100 mph is not a joke.Read the entire article Two dead after Lamborghini crashes into wall barrier at SpeedVegas driving attraction
Come on baby, light my fire… Suddenly, a recall becomes a sensational news for more than 12 minutes and 33 seconds. Lamborghini earlier this week announced it is issuing a recall on the Aventador model range. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the recall includes the Super Veloce, the Pirelli Edition, the Miura Homage and the Aventador LP720-4 50 Anniversario.
The notice said there are issues concerning the vehicle’s Evaporative Emission Control System, which had to do with some faulty purge valves and defective ROV (roll over valve) along its fuel tank.
The ROV basically seals off the valve opening in order to prevent fuel leaks under unfortunate circumstances. The purge valve meanwhile controls how much fuel vapor is purged from the carbon canister.Read the entire article Lamborghini Aventador recalled due to engine fire risk, Veneno not part of it
One of this is X-Tomi which revealed a Roadster version. The open top version of this model is likely to experience the same changes on the bodywork done for the coupe. This not only gives it a form that is efficient on an aerodynamic level but one that displays aggressiveness as well. The final product will probably have the same appearance and the different changes incorporated to the design combined with the new exhaust system and modified suspension.
It will even have the four-wheel steering first seen on the S. Powering this variant will be the naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine which brings with it an extra output of 39 hp (40 PS) totaling 730 hp (740 PS). This power could reduce the already incredible acceleration from 0 to 62 mph (0 to 100 km/h) of 3.0 seconds.Read the entire article 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster gets rendered
The Lamborghini Huracan Spyder is one of the true beautiful menaces on the road. But it has just has been made more beautiful and more menacing by the people at Vision of Speed (VOS). Not only that, it has created a tuning project that could be considered as the fastest Huracan to date.
One of the main reasons why the Huracan Spyder is a beautiful road menace is that it features whopping power levels -- 610 hp (449 kW) of max output at 8,250 kW and 560 Nm (413 lb.-ft.) of peak torque available at 6,500 rpm. This 5.2-liter V10 V10 engine with Multi Point Injection and Direct Stratified Injection sends power to all wheels through a seven-speed dual clutch gearbox LDF (Lamborghini Doppia Frizione).
Riding a hybrid chassis made from aluminum and carbon fiber, the Huracan Spyder features a body made of aluminum and synthetic material. In terms of design, no one can really say that the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder is an ugly creation. That fact that Vision of Speed chose the Huracan Spyder as its next tuning project is an evidence of its sporty beauty.Read the entire article Vision of Speed unveils carbon-finished Lamborghini Huracan Spyder with increased power
Quite a number of hearts were broken when a test mule -- believed to be the new Lamborghini Urus -- seen at the Munich airport turned out to be a camouflaged Audi Q7 SUV. However, that didn’t reduce interest in the new Urus and instead, it even caused more people to become curious about Lamborghini’s first-ever SUV.
This time, we are hoping that it is the real Lamborghini Urus that was recently spotted being driven on the roads of Denmark. Pro-street.dk reported the sighting, which involved what’s speculated to be a heavily camouflaged Lamborghini Urus.
With Stefano Domenicali, chief executive of Lamborghini Automobili, saying that the luxury sports car maker would soon unfurl more details about the Urus in the next few weeks, a global debut of the production version of the SUV at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show in March could be expected. This implies that the camouflaged test mule spotted in Denmark could be the closest final production form of the new Lamborghini Urus. It may even be the actual model already.Read the entire article Camouflaged test mule of the new Lamborghini Urus spotted in Denmark
Stefano Domenicali, chief executive of luxury sports car maker Lamborghini Automobili, has dropped quite a number of details regarding the brand’s newest offering, the Lamborghini Urus luxury, high-performance SUV.
Domenicali was able to give DigitalTrends a few minutes of his time, and during the interview the top honcho didn’t think twice about revealing and confirming some juicy details about the Urus SUV.
For instance, Lamborghini really has high expectations for the Urus, and Domenicali wants everything to be perfectly in place when the carmaker starts selling the luxury performance SUV to a new market and to new customers.Read the entire article Lamborghini may unveil its Urus SUV in Geneva next month, production to begin in April
It didn’t take too much time before Lamborghini launched an online configurator – an official one –for the new Lamborghini Aventador S Coupe. Of course, such a configurator is a much welcomed tool for those seeking to build their own Aventador S Coupe based on their preferred features and specs.
Lamborghini’s online configurator allows potential customers to build their Aventador S Coupe according to their wishes. First, users will be made to choose from a wide array of exterior colors. There are five exterior color sets: standard, three layers, metallic, Ad Personam and Ad Personam Matt. Standard colors include Nero Aldebaran (black), Giallo Evros (yellow) and Bianco Isi (white).
Two three-layer colors are available: the yellow-like Arancio Atlas and the orange-like Arancio Argos. Potential buyers could also choose from six metallic colors: reddish Rosso Mars, blackish Nero Pegaso, grayish Grigio Antares, dark grayish Grigio Estoque, night bluish Blue Hera and sky bluish Azurro Thetys. Ad Personam colors include the Verde Ithaca (green), Rosso Efesto (red), Blu Cepheus and Blu Nethuns (blue), Balloon White, and New Giallo Orion (yellow). Choices for the Ad Personam Matt colors are Nero Nemesis (black), Bianco Canopus (white), Marrone Apus (brown), Giallo Horus (yellow), Grigio Titans and Griogio Adamas (gray).Read the entire article Lamborghini launches Aventador S Coupe online configurator with numerous exterior options
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