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.
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.
A 202-mph convertible with 640 horsepower? Who would want such a neat, interesting thing?
The Lamborghini Huracán Evo lifts the best features from its stable mates as well as adding a few new tricks of its own to create an incredibly compelling proposition.
And with 640 horsepower, it'll get to 62 mph in just 2.9 seconds.
It packs the same 640-horsepower engine as the Huracan Performante.
It's 25 percent lighter than the standard Urus, which means it'll be plenty quick.