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Swedish Skier Jon Olsson’s 800HP Lamborghini Huracan Is Up For Sale

Famed Swedish-born, Monaco-based professional skier Jon Olsson love for cars is no secret. The man’s latest ride, a custom Lamborghini Huracan, is as stunning as his previous rides and guess what? He’s letting it go. Already? Yes. Already. He had it not too long ago, having clocked mere 3,800 km (2,361 miles) on it, but he’s already expressing the wish to sell this luscious ride for 250k euros (or about US$269,000 based on the current going rate), citing he need a 4-seater so he has no choice but to “part with this monster for now.” Wait. Didn’t he have had a handful of performance rides previously that are 4-seater? Hmmm… I guess mind always changes. Continue reading Swedish Skier Jon Olsson’s 800HP Lamborghini Huracan Is Up For Sale

Rare, Working Lamborghini Tractor From 1955 Can Be Yours For $37K

So, you have a bunch of exotic rides stashed in the barn-turned-garage at your ranch? Nice. But you can’t really take those darlings through the rough of the ranch’s sometimes rather unforgiving terrains, do you? You could bag yourself a Land Rover to do that sort of things, but is a Land Rover a name in exotic rides? No, but this 1955 Lamborghini DL25 Tractor from Lamborghini Trattori surely is. Okay. It is not quite an exotic you expect, but it is the legit cousin of the Miuras and Countachs, and so, it is totally a Lamborghini. Wait, what? Yep. Lamborghini makes tractor and it was the marque’s bread and butter before it was known for its flamboyant supercars and that kind makes it kind of a fitting ride on your lovely ranch, doesn’t it? Continue reading Rare, Working Lamborghini Tractor From 1955 Can Be Yours For $37K

This Is What An URUS Would Look Like If Lamborghini Gave It Six Wheels

If you think the Mercedes-Benz AMG G63 6×6 truck is cool or the Toyota Land Cruiser 6×6, even cooler, then perhaps, you have yet to see this pleasant monstrosity dreamed up by Lamborghini enthusiast website, Lambo Cars. Clearly, this isn’t a real car. It took Lamborghini years to finally decided to go ahead with the URUS sport utility vehicle and so it would be an inconceivable thought that they would actual produce a beast like this. This concoction is apparently based on Mercedes-Benz’s G-Class 6×6 underpinning, but slapped with a body based on the upcoming URUS SUV, stretched to include a truck-requisite bed. Continue reading This Is What An URUS Would Look Like If Lamborghini Gave It Six Wheels

Look, It’s The Lamborghini Centenario, But Now Without The Roof

Remember that wild, one-off Lamborghini Centenario coupe? Well, if you missed it because all 40 of those have been snapped out, then we believe you will miss the open-top variant too. I am not being pessimistic here; the fact is with far less units being offered, or 20 units, to be exact, the stock is not going to last very long – even if it cost well over two million euros and upwards. Anywho, in case if there’s one available, you should be very happy because the Lamborghini Centenario Roadster Supercar is essentially the coupe, sharing much of the coupe’s lines, features and even power plant. The only difference between the coupe and the open top is, of course, you get additional exhilaration of winds in your face while going 200 mph or more. Continue reading Look, It’s The Lamborghini Centenario, But Now Without The Roof

If Lamborghini With Tank Tracks Is Real, It Would Be A Super Snowmobile

If there’s one thing petrolheads hate, it would be snow. Powdered covered roads are no good for cars and obviously, not safe for some serious tire burning. But what if your favorite ride, such as a Lamborghini Huracán, has tracked like snowmobiles? Well, then that, my friend, means whatever season comes, you can always hit the road, any road. So, snow? What snow? As you can see, this Lamborghini Huracán Snowmobile Concept by Estonia-based designer Rain Prisk don’t give a damn to snow. Hell, we’d say it would even take on beaten trails and undulating terrains normally reserved for off-roaders anytime – thanks to its four tank-like tracks. Continue reading If Lamborghini With Tank Tracks Is Real, It Would Be A Super Snowmobile

Lamborghini Unveils 760HP, 2.8 Secs Centenario LP 770-4 At Geneva

If Ferruccio Lamborghini were still alive today, he’d be 100 years. To mark his 100th birthday, the Raging Bull marque has unveiled a special model aptly called Centenario. Now, we all know how Lamborghini’s design has always been visually bold, but this one here is perhaps the wildest yet, save for the Veneno (which looks more like Decepticon than a real world car). Based on the company’s Aventador, the Centenario is powered by a naturally-aspirated V12 motor mated to a 4WD drivetrain via a 7-speed ISR transmission and dry double plate clutch. Continue reading Lamborghini Unveils 760HP, 2.8 Secs Centenario LP 770-4 At Geneva

Here’s Your Chance To Own a Pristine Condition 1989 Lamborghini “Rambo Lambo” LM002

God knows when will Lamborghini next non-exotic supercar will arrive. As of now, the URUS Concept introduced over two years ago at Auto China is still in the limbo, which means if you want something refreshing, or more correctly, a non-supercar piece of the Raging Bull marque, then your best bet will be the Lamborghini LM002 made between 1986 and 1993. But with only 301 ever produced, you’d be hard-pressed to find one, much less one that is well taken care of. However, if you really want one (the LM002), then we ask you to look to January’s Arizona sales organized by RM Auctions, where you will have a shot in owning one well-maintained example manufactured in 1989 when it goes under the hammer without reserve. Continue reading Here’s Your Chance To Own a Pristine Condition 1989 Lamborghini “Rambo Lambo” LM002

Lamborghini Unveils Asterion LPI 910-4, a Hybrid Concept That Has 910 PS

there are things that are rare with this Lamborghini LPI 910-4 Concept that’s rolling into Paris Motor Show; first, it is a concept, which is something the Raging Bull marque hardly do and second, it has an ‘I’ in addition to the usual nomenclature for Lamborghini, representing “Ibrido” which is Italian for ‘hybrid’. so basically, from the model name, any hardcore Lamborghini fans already know that what’s going on with this concept such as it will have 910 PS and it is all-wheel drive. the “Asterion” part of the namesake is a mythical Minotaur – a man-bull hybrid, if you aren’t familiar with Greek mythology – may have something to do with the fact that the LPI 910-4 is a petrol-electric hybrid, just in case the ‘I’ wasn’t that obvious, or vice versa. Continue reading Lamborghini Unveils Asterion LPI 910-4, a Hybrid Concept That Has 910 PS

Lamborghini 5-95 Zagato Show-offed At Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este

we are not being sour grapes when we say that we are not particularly fond of the aesthetic of the recently unveiled Lamborghini 5-95 Zagato. not that we can afford one anyways, then again, this is an on-off creation commissioned by collector Albert Spiess and so even if you could afford it, you won’t be able to lay your hands on one. unwrapped at the over the weekend at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este at Lake Como, Switzerland, the 5-95 Zagato is based on Gallardo LP 570-4 and weighs heavy with Zagato signature styling. sure, it still have the LP 570-4’s silhouette there, but that’s probably the only visible remains left of the LP 570-4 as it is transformed into the 5-95 Zagato. honestly, the visual styling is not for everyone and if anything, we are more incline towards Zagato treatment on a BMW or the Aston Martin even. i don’t know. it just don’t feel… right. Continue reading Lamborghini 5-95 Zagato Show-offed At Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este

Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4

behold fans of super priced, super car Lamborghini, the successor to the Gallardo is finally unveiled way ahead of its officially debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2014. dubbed the Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4, this new supercar from the Raging Bull marque retains the trademark wedge shape form (but, in my opinion, looking a little “plumb”) and is powered by a Euro 6-compliant 5.2-liter V10 engine that develops 602 hp (or 610PS, which the model name gladly points out) and 413 lb-ft (560 Nm) of torque and matched to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox and an electronically controlled four-wheel drive system, enabling this new kid on the block to make the century spent in mere 3.2 seconds and all the way to a top speed of over 325 km/h (202 mph). Continue reading Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4