Builders of exotic super cars, Lamborghini was founded in 1963 to compete with established sports car makers such as Ferrari. It's currently owned by the Volkswagen Group and produces a limited range of high-performance models.
This time, it's a Texas man, and instead of an Huracan, he chose an Urus. Oh, and a Ford F-350 pickup.
With an engine this good, what more do you need?
Lamborghini's most powerful V12 yet is a rolling tribute to that iconic configuration.
The latest Lambo is so hot you might not even be able to take it home.
With 819 electrified horsepower on tap, it'll reach 62 mph in less than 2.9 seconds.
Only 19 will be built, and they're all sold out, so… we're sorry?
The Italian's marque's new supercar will be for the track only and produce more downforce than a GT3 car. Yowza.
The kit will cost $379.99 and goes on sale this June.