Showing posts in the category of Lamborghini Scoops

Future Lamborghini Hypercar Will Be Limited To 20 Units Costing At Least $1.2 Million Each, Report Says


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Surprise, surprise, the upcoming Lamborghini hypercar will allegedly be built in very limited numbers. Who would’ve thought?

Lamborghini May Unveil An Exclusive Hypercar At Pebble Beach


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A long time has passed since Lamborghini made an ultra-rare, outrageous-looking hypercar.

Lamborghini Huracan Roadster Might Debut At Geneva Next Year


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Just what the doctor ordered – an entry level, V10, convertible Lamborghini.

New Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SuperVeloce Roadster Spied Virtually Camo-Free


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This is really it; Lamborghini's roadster version of the Aventador LP750-4 SuperVeloce scooped with only some light masking over the removable twin roof panels and above the rear lights.

Scoop: Looks Like Lamborghini Is Making A Huracán Super Veloce


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If the idea of a lighter, more powerful and more focused Lamborghini Huracán appeals to you, then you might just be in luck.

Lamborghini Catches Us By Surprise With Aventador LP 750-4SV Roadster Tester


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No sooner than 48 hours after the world premiere of the Aventador LP 750-4SV in Geneva, and our spies have nabbed a Roadster edition of the Super Veloce testing out in the open!

Lamborghini Aventador SV Spied Undisguised Ahead of Geneva Debut!


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A pumped-up Lamborghini Aventador with the SV moniker written on its sides was spotted in the wild and it appears to be the real deal.

Lamborghini Aventador SV Spied Ahead Of Late 2015 Release?


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A possible new Lamborghini Aventador SV has been caught cruising along an Italian highway. The latest sighting definitely caught us by surprise as we have not come across an Aventador SV mule since back in April 2013.

New Photos of Lamborghini Asterion, Reportedly a V10 Hybrid with 900PS


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A new set of magazine scans of Lamborghini's mysterious world premiere for next week's 2014 Paris Auto Show has hit the web.

New Lamborghini Huracan in Orange Looks and Sounds Bellissimo [w/Videos]


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The newly born Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 is one of those supercars that seem to look good no matter what available color shade you choose to dress their exotically styled bodies.

Lamborghini Huracan Testing on the Snow Next to Aventador


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Yes, yes, we know that the Lamborghini Huracan made an official appearance today, but that doesn't mean engineers are done – not even with the base LP610-4, let alone the rest of the models that will follow like the Roadster and the various editions being planned.

Listen to the New Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4's V10 Fire Up


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There's no holding back anymore on the new Lamborghini Huracan after we tasted the first official images of the Gallardo's replacement on Wednesday night with Carscoops bringing you first the full photo set today.

And while the Italians are holding on to the numbers and facts for a little bit longer, we can now present to you the first live video of the car, courtesy of German magazine Autobild that unashamedly placed its camera on the Huracan's rear-end.

New Lamborghini Huracan Envisioned in LP650-4 Superleggera Trim


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After having, more or less, established that the pictures of the new Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 are official, what's next? Well, a full-blown press release detailing Lamborghini's answer to the Ferrari 458 Italia and McLaren 12C would be nice, but let's not be greedy now…

These Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 Photos Look Legit and Real to Us…


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So, remember the purportedly official photo of the Lamborghini Gallardo's replacement called the Huracan that we first you showed you last night and which has been making the internet rounds this morning? What the blog that posted it didn't say last night, is where they found the single photo.

Well, we did some detective work this morning and confirmed the source: Italy's LaStampa. Actually, we did more than that; as it turns out, the same site had four more photos that have been since removed, but fret not, as we managed to recover them…

New Lamborghini Huracan/Cabrera: Allegedly First Official Photo and Neat Spy Shot Makeover


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Moments ago, a little bird tweeted to us that this is the first official photograph of Lamborghini's replacement for the Gallardo, which the press has named Cabrera, Huracan and Demios, but don't be surprised if the Italians choose a different name altogether.

Spy Shots: A Better View of the New Lamborghini Cabrera


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As soon as Lamborghini announced the roll out of the last production Gallardo at the end of November, the countdown clock for the presentation of its successor (tipped but not confirmed to be called Cabrera), began ticking.

Spied: Lamborghini Cabrera Sheds Plastic Molds to Show Body


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Here's our first look at the Lamborghini's next supercar that will replace the Gallardo, tipped to be called the Cabrera, without the obstructing / annoying black plastic moldings of the previous prototypes.

Lamborghini Cabrera Rendering Looks Spot On – Plus, Spy Video


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The Lamborghini Gallardo replacement, strongly believed to be called Cabrera, is slowly taking shape in our minds. Set to be revealed at some point in 2014, its look is not really a secret to anybody, if you piece together the spyshots, different available renderings, as well as the current design language adopted by the Audi-owned Italian manufacturer.

Spied: New Lamborghini Cabrera Filmed Singing to the Tunes of its V10


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Along with a fresh set of photographs of the Lamborghini Gallardo's replacement, rumored to bear the "Cabrera" nameplate, our spies also secured around three-and-a-half minutes worth of video footage of the Italian supercar working its revised V10 engine on the Nürburgring circuit in Germany.

Scoop: Lamborghini Gallardo's New Replacement Snagged on the 'Ring


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We had hoped that the rumors about the debut of a concept model previewing the Lamborghini Gallardo's replacement at the Frankfurt Motor Show were true, but as you already know, it never happened. Nonetheless, Lamborghini continues the development of its new entry-level supercar, which may carry the Cabrera moniker, according to some sources.