The Jota SVR started out life as a regular 1968 Miura S and its owners went to great lengths to get his wish fulfilled .
The latest iteration of the baby Lambo is powered by a screaming 5.2-liter V10 with 631 HP – and boy does it go…
This Lambo was treated as a canvas by 19-year old American street artist Skyler Grey .
The Huracan Performante has a 109 hp deficit to the Aventador SV, but things weren’t that clear-cut on the drag strip.
The Sesto Elemento might just be the most desirable limited-run Lambo in recent memory.
The unofficial timed run saw the Huracan Evo complete the course in 1:49.00.
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.
The driver of the Lamborghini was clearly in the wrong in attempting to turn left at that intersection.
The Aventador S has more oomph and all-wheel drive, so it must be the winner, right. Right?.
The Huracan Evo isn’t as quick as a McLaren 720S but is no slouch either – and it sounds much better.
If you have a 3D printer, lots of spare time, and motivation, even you can make an Aventador replica.