Lamborghini Models

A complete list of current and historic Lamborghini models

Lamborghini has been making vehicles with a premium driving experience since 1964 with the 350 GT. Lamborghini has revolutionized the exotic car market not once, but twice. The Lamborghini Miura was the first mid-engine production car and the Lamborghini Countach brought in the design of the modern wedge shaped supercar.

Lamborghini’s current cars are the Aventador and Huracán, and the SUV named the Urus. We are expecting the announcement of Lamborghini’s next generation supercar that will replace the Aventador.

ModelFirst YearLast YearEngine
Countach LPI 800-420222022V12
Essenza SCV1220202020V12
Sián20202020V12 Hybrid
Urus2018N/AV8
Centenario20162017V12
Huracán2014N/AV10
Veneno20132014V12
Sesto Elemento20132013V10
Aventador20112022V12
Reventón20082010V12
Gallardo20032013V10
Murciélago20012010V12
Diablo19902001V12
LM00219861993V12
Jalpa19811988V8
Silhouette19761979V8
Countach19741990V12
Urraco19731979V8
Jarama19701976V12
Islero19681979V12
Espada19681978V12
Miura19661972V12
400 GT19661968V12
350 GT19641966V12

Modern Lamborghini Models

The latest Lamborghinis with the latest technology.

Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4

Lamborghini LPI 800-4 oarked on a desert road beside the original Lamborghini Countach
Photo Credit: Mike Mareen via Adobe Stock

Lamborghini Essenza

Lamborghini Essenza race car outfitted for Roger Dupuis in green.
Photo Credit: Via Lamborghini Media Center

Lamborghini Sián

Lamborghini Sián on a grey turnstile at the Frankfurt Motor Show with automotive journalists around.
Photo Credit VanderWolf Images via Adobe Stock

Lamborghini Urus

Lamborhini Urus in yellow on forest road
Photo by Sundesh Chaudhary from Pexels

Lamborghini Centenario

Yellow Lamborghini Centenario on display in front of a mansion at night in front of a fountain pool.
Photo Credit: rghenry via Adobe Stock.

Lamborghini Huracán

Lamborghini Huracán in yellow-orage on a desert road
Photo by Victoria Ouarets from Pexels

Lamborghini Veneno

Red Lamborghini Veneno driving fast on a desert road with the top open.
Photo Credit: Unknown photographer via 2022 Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Lamborghini Sesto Elemento

Grey with red accents Sesto Elemento speeding across the finish line of a racetrack at sunset.
Photo Credit: Unknown photographer via 2022 Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Lamborghini Aventador

Lamborghini Aventador in white
Photo by Broderick Armbrister via Pexels

Post Acquisition Era

The time in the Lamborghini heritage after the company was purchased by Audi.

Lamborghini Reventón

Grey Lamborghini Reventon parked outside a brick industrial building in London, UK.
Photo Credit: Vova via Adobe Stock

Lamborghini Gallardo

Lamborghini Gallardo in lime green
Photo by Valery via Adobe Stock

Lamborghini Murcielago

Lamborghini Murciélago in orange
Photo by Sebastian Pichard via Pexels

90s Lamborghini Models

The Diablo became a symbol of the excesses of the 90s, meanwhile, Lamborghini was plagued with financial and corporate problems.

Passion Era

With the Countach taking the automotive world by storm, Lamborghini saw commercial success. When the design of all the Lamborghini models of this era may not have made the most sense, but was evocative and designed with true Italian passion.

Lamborghini Countach

Lamborghini Countach with red paint
By Brian Snelson via Wikipedia (Modified)

Dawn of the Supercar

The era after Lamborghini invented the mid-engine supercar. They were still trying to blend their new supercar success with their previous goal of making grand touring cars (GTs).

Lamborghini Jarama

Lamborghini Jarama
Photo By Tony Harrison from Farnborough via Wikipedia

Lamborghini Urraco

Lamborghini Urraco
Photo by Sergey Kohl via Adobe Stock

Origin of Lamborghini

Ferrucio Lamborghini started making cars after an argument with Enzo Ferrari about reworking the clutch of one of their sports cars Ferrucio had purchased. Lamborghini also wanted more comfortable grand touring cars when Ferrari was making road-going race cars at the time.