Robert Himler, proud owner of a 1250HP Twin-Turbo Lamborghini Gallardo, shows off his sweet ride in this video. If you are unaware who he is, his most notable videos was his mother riding in his Gallardo. Himler’s latest video trades her shrieking for better sound of the sonorous force-fed V10, which pops a hot party trick at the end.
California-based Symbolic Motor Car has received the first Grigio Estoque Lamborghini LP700-4 Aventador. The car was delivered to their showroom last week and left to the customer hours later. The car itself is just a hybrid between a Lamborghini Estoque and the brand new Aventador.
For those who are into 3D-animation and Lamborghini, you might enjoy this one. 3D-animation artist Jiri Adamec shows off his latest short film he created for the 2012 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera. The project was approached as if it were an animated Lamborghini advertisement. If you take a look at a sample Lamborghini advertisement you can see a resemblance by the way it was created, with the sound track and intense ‘adrenaline’.
Let’s just say Lamborghini just resigned the word amazing. Introducing the 2012 Lamborghini Gallardo 550-2 Spyder: the latest Lamborghini to the family.
The LP550-2 Spyder features the same 405kW 5.2-litre V10 engine the standard, though it loses some performance owing to structural reinforcements that compensate for the loss of a fixed roof, which don’t worry many.
The result sees the Spyder scales at 1520kg, bringing acceleration down from a blistering quick 3.9 seconds for the 0-62 MPH sprint to a still-indecently-fast 4.2 seconds. Top speed is 198 MPH.
Lamborghini has yet to release pricing or on-sale date info.
Here we have it, once again, one of the most disgusting Lamborghinis which made existence by the famed, Jon Olsson. If some of the older fans recall, Jon also ruined his Murcielago way back last year. Apart from the failure towards the design, he did a brilliant job inside the vehicle.
Dubbed the Ski Transporter, Jon’s Lamborghini gets a snow camouflage vinyl wrap from Autostripe, a DMC-modified front end with an extra GT3 lip and one of the most important features, winter tires and a custom roof box.
What makes this car absolutely insane? He can fit three people, plus his entire ski equipment collection. If you have no idea how much space ski equipment takes, you can try Google.
One of the harsh downsides to this car is it only tops 158 MPH, a good 44 MPH below the pre-set high speed. Not such a surprise considering all the cargo.
[VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA] This is by far one of the most amazing finishes I’ve seen. Exotic car racer John White went crazy and decided to continue racing despite being in flames. The competition itself wasn’t extremely competitive considering he still got first place with a 10 second lead. If you really think about it, if this was against serious, competitive racers, he would’ve been by far out of the race.
You can view the video by clicking here (link opens in new tab).
Lamborghini recently took their website to the next level. If you knew Lamborghini before, their website was lagged up and contained many errors. Now, they basically trashed the former one and made it, just amazing. What hasn’t changed about Lamborghini is the style. Lamborghini has always been around the B&W theme in the videos, if you’ve seen a couple. I would have to say Lamborghini’s latest video on the Gallardo is ridiculously great.
Shown above is the graph from the sales of 2002 to 2009 for Lamborghini. We start at 2002 to 2003, where Lamborghini jumped over 900 in sales. This of course got only better until the next 2 years, where it dropped 200. Sales just became great to year 2007, until it kept on dropping until 2010 (not shown, data not released.)
By the look of it, you can say Lamborghini’s years are numbered. Unless they can start a whack turn up, I can’t tell you how long they will last.
Lamborghini has done it again. This time, they’ve taken it to the next level. They’ve made the most extreme, incredible Gallardo ever made – the Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale.
The street-legal Lambo is based on the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo and boasts the same engine (with no modifications done) and a rear spoiler as well. The V10 unit is good for 570 PS (hence the name, LP 570) (419 kW / 562 hp) and 540 Nm of torque (398 lb-ft) and is attached to a robotized e-gear six-speed transmission with steering wheel paddles.
With a maximum dry weight of 1340 kilograms (2,954 pounds), the car sprints from 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 60 MPH) in 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 320 Km/h (199 mph).
The Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale will run a limited production run of just 150 numbered units.
The Super Trofeo Stradale comes in a new “Rosso Mars” finish, the traditional color for Italian motor-racing, with a matte black finish for the rear spoiler, bonnet and front air intakes. Wheels are ultra-lightweight 19-inches with rims painted in high-glossy black.
On the inside is a finish in Black Alcantara with fantastic red stitching as well as accents in “Rosso Mars” Alcantara.
Buyers can choose between a purer racing cabin with roll cage and fire extinguisher or a more comfy set-up with navigation and Bluetooth, depending on what type of usage the buyer wishes for.
Hamann’s brand new Murcielago boasts brand new visual and aerodynamic enhancements. The package brings 20-inch black rims, a front spoiler and a rear wing available in Carbon-Kevlar or fiberglass, a two-part rear diffuser with additional air hoses for the extendable side air intakes, side sills and a central running air box on the roof that reminds us of the Lamborghini Diablo GT-R.
All these enhancements have been painted orange orange to contrast with the black bodywork of the car, clearly a great ride to both look upon and drive.