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.
Lamborghini built a new paint shop to support production of the Urus and can create any color imaginable.
If you want to go all out with Lambo’s super SUV, this kit from 1016 Industries is a great option.
It might look like a race car but the Lambo SC18 Alston is actually road legal.
The screaming 6.5-liter V12 doesn’t just offer great performance – it puts on quite a fiery show too…