The Lamborghini Cars website has been contacted by people from Rage, who are proud to be able to offer the latest in automotive games, a 'factory authorized' driving game that will feature just about every single Lamborghini model ever made in Sant'Agata.
'Rage, one of the UK's leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, is pleased to announce that is has entered into a three year licensing agreement with Automobili Lamborghini SpA ('Lamborghini'), one of the world's leading super car manufacturers, to produce an exclusive range of officially branded Lamborghini video games across all next generation console formats.'
The above is actual an extract from the official Press Release from Rage.com, an UK based company that is developing a game for the Xbox, PlayStation 2 and Gamecube, which will allow you to actually get behind the steering wheel of the cars that we love most, Lamborghini's.
This 'factory authorized' game will feature cars from the early 350 GT right up to the latest Murcielago, possibly even the 'to be released' L140 prototype according to a spokesperson at Rage, all these models will be available in different colors that you can choose yourself...
From the various screen shots it looks like a really stunning game, actually a reason to go out and buy one of these game consoles (if you don't own one already that is), during the latest E3 show Rage even had a brand new, orange metallic Murciélago on their stand, very impressive to say the least, and a real attention grabber.
More information on the game itself can be found in the press release and at the website, there's even an entire site dedicated to just this game, please feel free to take a look at : http://www.lamborghini-the-game.com/.
To keep your interest alive, take a look at the various screen shots and photo's that I've received from the kind people at Rage.com, this rather large selection of photo's are located on the image gallery.
This new design concept created by Daisuke Iguchi for a future Lamborghini model looks really impressive
(added on September 13. 2014)
Check out these very early Huracan design sketches, some date back to 2009 in fact, several scale prototypes were built too.
(added on September 4. 2014)
For the 2014 edition the National Oldtimer Festival in Zandvoort was held in combination with Super Car Sunday, so a lot of amazing exotics gathered
(added on September 3. 2014)
It has taken Lamborghini some years to get the successor to the Gallardo ready, and over that period of time a lot of prototypes have been photographed
(added on September 1. 2014)
With the new Huracan LP620-2 Super Trofeo being unveiled I'm sure the street legal version known as the Squadra Corse will be out in the near future too.
(added on August 26. 2014)
August 30. 2002
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