The passion, heritage and speed of Lamborghini.
Articles about the models and history of the iconic Italian automaker.
Volkswagen purchased Lamborghini in 1998 so it could share parts, platforms and development costs with Audi.
The tricolore stripe is an cosmetic option when speccing an Italian sports car. The red, white and green stripe references the Italian flag.
The Gallardo did not cease production because it was unpopular or poorly built. It had reached the end of it’s 10 year run, and made room for the Huracan.
Photo by ymgerman via Adobe Stock Everyone loves the experience of driving a performance car with a gated manual. But short-throw shifters and dual-clutch transmission perform better. A gated shifter features a the shift rod and metal plate below the shift knob, where...
Is there a RWD Aventador? No. It is only offered in AWD so traction control does not ruin the driving experience. Lamborghini offers the Huracan EVO RWD.
Reviewing Maisto’s 1:18 scale model of a 2007 Lamborghini Gallardo. A great model with interesting details, but some manufacturing defects.
New Lamborghini models can go over speedbumps without damage thanks to front-axle lift systems. There are techniques to get older ones over too.
Supersportiva compared the Lamborghini Huracán vs Aventador. The Aventador is faster with a V12, but the Huracán is more compact and drivable with it’s V10.
The only Lambo to come with turbochargers from the factory is the Lamborghini Urus (SUV). No Lamborghini supercars have turbos. Some have had turbos installed
Why would someone buy a Lamborghini? Owners tell us: the driving experience, sharing the experience, a jump in status, the aesthetics and more.