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.
We get an exclusive, up-close-and-personal look at Lamborghini's wild creation at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The folks behind the raging bull may have finally lost their minds this time, and we're so pleased.
It was hiding out in a car collection, its provenance unknown to the owner.
It took decades to find this thing.
Just seeing a Rambo Lambo is a rare treat, but what's it like to drive?
That model could also feature a hybrid drivetrain with a naturally-aspirated engine.
It's bright, bold and looks pretty bad ass.
Lamborghini's drop-top Aventador now gets the high-performance SVJ treatment.