The leather and metal handset comes in nine different colors of calfskin and metal.
The Android phone is chock-a-block with flashy details.
The company's decal is a repeating motif.
The Tauri costs a staggering $6,000 in the US and £4,000 in the UK.
Only 1,947 will ever be made, to commemorate the birthday of the company's founder, Tonino Lamborghini.
Luxury phones aren't often up to spec, so it's nice that this one has a healthy Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset; although, for such a silly-high price, Snapdragon 805, or even 810, would be better.
It has a healthy dose of RAM though -- 3GB.
You can expand your memory up to 64GB through a microSD card.
Yep, that's real gold-plate in this version.
Inside there's a 3,400 mAh battery.
The rear camera shoots 20-megapixel photos.
The screen is a 5-inch 1080p effort.
The 88 Tauri's glass is shatterproof -- the same as is used in the company's windshields.
Its chassis is angular and boxy, like the company's fearsome cars.
This is no daintily detailed phone. It's quite clearly bonded to the Lamborghini brand.
DTS-HD is a lossless audio codec -- your tunes should sound epic coming from this monster.
It comes in this lavish gift case...
...which of course looks like the hood of a supercar.
Dual SIM-card slots are ideal for the prolific traveller.