After Ferrari, Lamborghini enthusiasts will also be thrilled to find out that there is a video out that highlights their best sounds captured on camera in 2015.
With the year about to end, compilations like this one start making sense as they place exotic models in the spotlights. In this case, the vehicles were signed by the "raging bull" and they include the Huracan, the Gallardo, Aventador and its predecessor, the Murcielago, in a rev battle that should shatter some speakers.
In the meantime, this has been one of the best years for Lamborghini. The Italian-based brand introduced the Aventador LP 750-4 Super Veloce in Geneva, which was followed by the Huracan Spyder LP 610-4, six months later, at the IAA. The year wouldn’t have been complete without the Aventador's smaller brother getting a rear-wheel drive version, the LP 580-2, which made its debut at the LA Auto Show.
In 2016, the company's plans include a new special edition supercar, which will debut in Geneva, allegedly based on the Aventador. Reports also indicate towards more versions of the Huracan too. Chances are Lamborghini will prepare something extra before the year will end and in 2017, its third model, the Urus SUV, is expected to premiere.