The newest Lamborghini puts a high-powered engine behind the driver and high-powered digital graphics ahead.
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The new entry-level Lamborghini is fast & light.
We finally meet the replacement for Lamborghini's Gallardo in the flesh... er, sheet metal.
Lamborghini has taken the wraps off the Veneno Roadster, a stunning embodiment of speed and audacity limited to a handful of production models in 2014.
At the 2013 Geneva Auto Show, Lamborghini celebrates 50 years by unveiling the Lamborghini Veneno, a production car that the Italian automaker sells for $4 million dollars and are already sold out of the 4 models built. Exclusivity comes with a hefty price tag.
It has a mid-mounted V-10, all-wheel-drive, and an unmistakable shape, but the new Huracan completely revamps the Gallardo's super sports formula.
The replacement for the Lamborghini Gallardo finally arrives with more power and tech, but less weight.
Google Street View takes its off-road cameras inside the Lamborghini Museum in northern Italy to give you a 360-degree tour.
Only one Egoista will ever be made: Lamborghini's 50th anniversary gift to Lamborghini. Here's your chance to take a spin in this self-indulgent set of wheels.
The luxury Tonino Lamborghini Antares has similar specs to the Motorola Moto G -- only at £2,500, it's just a touch more expensive.