A brand new Lamborghini Hybrid concept car shown at the 2014 Paris Motor Show putting down 910hp in total.
A 600 Bhp suv model with a Raging Bull on the hood, the Lamborghini Urus concept.
Walter De Silva's homage for Lamborghini's 50th anniversary in the form of a one-off monoseat super exotic V10
The Sesto Elemento on display at the 2010 Paris Motor Show gave us a peak into the future of Lamborghini
An in depth look at the history behind the Lamborghini Estoque, a new chapter in the history of Lamborghini.
A new concept based on the sensual looking Lamborghini Miura from the Sixties.
The original Canto design wasn't well received so it was modified again into this 1999 edition.
It was time to develop a new flagship that could take over the reign from the Diablo
Many people had high hopes for this Cala to become the new 'entry level' Lamborghini.
After the production of the Jalpa was halted a successor had to be designed, this P140 was one of the concepts.
A multi purpose van powered by the amazing V12 from the Lamborghini Countach
When Chrysler owned Lamborghini they made a four door concept car, the Portofino, with four upward opening doors.
The Bravo was built to be sold alongside the radical Countach as an 'entry level' model
The Marzal was a stunning prototype with gullwing doors that would eventually lead to the Espada production model
A ray of sunshine, the amazing open top Lamborghini Athon ...
Zagata made a highly customized version of the classic Lamborghini 350 GT.
Boxer Bikes made some amazing looking motorcycles in the Eighties bearing the Lamborghini name
Why not get a Lamborghini on two wheels and some pedals ? There have been bicycles made with the Raging Bull logo.
The very first four wheeler Ferruccio Lamborghini ever built, a toycar for his son Tonino
One last effort from Touring was a concept car based on the Lamborghini 400 GT
A race car with a Lamborghini V12 engine, several P538 were built, but only one had a Lamborghini V12
Lamborghini didn't enter racing himself, but that didn't mean others couldn't use the engine for their race car.
Several companies would submit new designs for a possible future Lamborghini model, the Marco Polo was one of those concepts.
Even Zagato made a design for a possible Jalpa successor back in the Nineties
Why not cut a V12 in half and put it as a six cylinder engine in a buggy design ?
Why not put a new four seater GT in production to succeed the classic Espada
The massive LM002 was a reasonable success back in it's days, so a successor could be a great idea.
Several concepts and ideas have surfaced for a Jalpa successor, this is yet another one.
Perhaps not a real Lamborghini, but still a nice little addition to any collection
This classic 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 received a custom front section in the United States and is now a one of a kind Raging Bull
Interested in Lamborghini scale cars ? Take a look at LamboDIECAST, a massive collection of small Raging Bulls
The limited edition model to celebrate Ferruccio's 100th anniversary is now available in our Virtual Car Configurator