The unofficial timed run saw the Huracan Evo complete the course in 1:49.00.
Like it or not, one thing’s for sure: this particular Aventator will turn heads wherever it goes.
Soraja Vucelic tried to maneuver the supercar wearing high heels and her right foot slipped off the brake pedal.
With its highly tuned V10, this Huracan needed just half a mile to reach that speed from a standing start.
This Ford Lotus Cortina sold for a whopping $270k at auction last weekend.
Reportedly code-named LB48H, it might preview the powertrain that will be used by the Aventador’s successor.
The driver of the Lamborghini was clearly in the wrong in attempting to turn left at that intersection.
As is always the case with ultra-rare exotics, this Centenario’s asking price is roughly double its initial tag.
The Aventador S has more oomph and all-wheel drive, so it must be the winner, right. Right?.
The shop had eight replica Lamborghinis and Ferraris in it when police arrived.
Lamborghini only ever built 321 examples of the Countach 5000 S, and this one had a very special owner.
The Japanese tuner will displayl its Silhouette Works GT body kit at the SEMA show in November.