The 83rd Salon International De l’Auto officially opens in Geneva tomorrow (5th March), but as is the norm these days, many of the premieres…
We thought the battle was between the McLaren P1 and Ferrari F150, but there’s a new Lamborghini due at the end of this month…
I would love to be the contractor responsible for repairing the stone chips on Lamborghini’s new Aventador Roadster after running five of them flat-out…
If you’re looking for a reason to bring out the bunting and support your favourite marque, then there’s never been a better year than…
Just because you can afford a £200,000+ Lamborghini doesn’t mean you’re happy to spend another £40,000-60,000 personalising it. There ‘are’ other things to spend your money on and contrary to popular belief, even if you’ve acquired wealth that doesn’t mean you’re in a great hurry to dispose of it.
Yesterday, the members of English rock band, Muse, popped in for a visit to Lamborghini’s factory in Sant’Agata for some automotive inspiration.
Muse are well known for the falsetto voice of lead singer Matthew Bellamy, but also for the speed at which he changes pitch during his lyrics – perhaps that’s why the group were visiting the famous Via Modena 12 address, drawing inspiration from the Gallardo’s scalpel sharp V10 engine.
When it comes to choosing a headline for a car as sexy as the Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster, it’s all too easy to fall back on those tired old clichés which associate top-down motoring with topless glamour models. Both are sexy right?
GT World Championship winning teams HEXIS and Vita4One are among the eleven teams taking part in the inaugural Baku City Challenge situated close to the Caspian Sea; with a driver line-up including former F1 and CART champion Jacques Villeneuve, ex-F1 racer Jos Verstappen and multiple DTM champion Bernd Schneider.
Automobili Lamborghini’s President and CEO, Stephan Winkelmann, presented the new Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo at a press conference in the Atalaya Centre at the Navarra race circuit yesterday.
It’s not often I’ll use the words ‘anti-climax’ in the same sentence as ‘Lamborghini’, but with all the kerfuffle started by Lamborghini’s ‘NOVA’ video, you’d have thought something genuinely ‘New’ was being presented at the Paris Motor Show.
Instead we get Triangles and Trapezoids.
Back in 2010, Lamborghini revealed the Sesto Elemento (“Sixth Element”) – a carbon fibre based supercar, powered by the Gallardo’s 562bhp V10, but weighing less than 1,000kg. The car reached ‘very’ limited production (less than 20 cars), which is hardly surprising given its $2.2 million price tag.
Luxury sports car maker, Aston Martin, has sat atop the CoolBrands index since 2010, outdoing the likes of Apple, Rolex, Harley Davidson and Nike, but in this 50th anniversary of the James Bond films, the brand which made Britain’s most revered MI6 agent has dropped behind Apple and YouTube, into a lowly third place.