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Lamborghini 350 GTV
1963 Lamborghini 350 GTV
At the 1963 Turin Auto Show, the 350 GTV showed Lamborghini could create cars (it made tractors before that). The GTV had a striking new body design by Franco Scaglione. The prototype that started it all.
Bianchi Anderloni would ‘convert’ the 350 GTV prototype into a viable production model, which we all know as the 350 GT. Everything on the exterior was changed. In the first official year of production, 1964 a total of 13 Lamborghini 350 GT were delivered to customers, the very first car was finished in silver metallic while later 350 GT featured a larger front air intake with two horizontal divisions and the bumper was split in two sections leaving the center open to allow for much better cooling, depending on where the 350 GT was sold some bumpers came with overrides for better protection.
Building on the 350 GT which was launched in 1964, Lamborghini then had two roadster variants made up by Carrozzeria Touring for show duty. Unfortunately Lamborghini never went into production of a roadster.
In 1965, Zagato was considered a top design company, so it is easy to understand why they selected an equally noble chassis to design and build a new body on. This design became the Lamborghini 3500 GTZ. It was presented on the 1965 London Auto Show, finished in white over a black plastic (vinyl) interior, this was car number 0310 with engine number 0301.
One of the very last cars designed by Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera was this unique Flying Star II show car. It was built on a shortened 400 GT chassis and had a controversial body by Carlo Anderloni.
The 400 GT Monza was a one-off sports car that took its inspiration from the Lamborghini 400 GT and features a distinctive bodywork design. This was a two-seat sports car that was built for a client in the US.
The 400 GT was restyled and made roomier vs its predecessor, resulting in the first proper 2+2 Lamborghini four-seater model. Only 23 of the 400 GT were made, an interim stop gap between 350 GT and 400 GT 2+2.
Before the first production Miura was completed on April 20th of 1967, Lamborghini produced five developmental prototypes which were used for testing and as show cars. They were used and abused and toured around the world.
This new model accommodated a rear set of seats that couldn’t fit in the original design. Touring had to pay considerable attention to increasing interior space without losing the 350 GT’s elegant proportions.
The first supercar definitely stood out in looks, tech and performance. The Miura was the fastest production car in the world with a top speed of 163 mph and 0 to 60 mph in 6.3 seconds. It set new standards.
The car was repaired, but not with original Lamborghini 400 GT parts ... the entire front design of this car was modified to look more like the Lamborghini Islero ... the model that succeeded the 400 GT 2+2. In fact the entire front section was replaced.
Initially the original Espada prototype was left at the factory, over time the interior was removed, the engine and wheels were taken from it and the car was left out in the open air on a field behind the factory. Today we can admire this unique car at the Museo Ferruccio Lamborghini
Body designed by Marcello Gandini for Bertone. The car was put on a lengthened Miura chassis, it was designated the TP200 Marzal. This car was powered by half a Miura engine, the V-12 was cut in half lengthwise, resulting in a two-litre, in-line six, and was mounted transversely in the rear.
There was only one factory built Roadster and it was created in 1968 by Marcello Gandini and Bertone for the Geneva Show. It featured larger air intakes, lower roll-over hoop, different taillights and a larger spoiler.
Back in 1968 a green Lamborghini Miura chassis number 3781 left the factory doors with engine 2511 heading to Germany. In 1975 he convinced Hubert Hahne to have the factory rebuild his Miura into the impressive Miura SVR we know today.
The Miura was updated in 1969 to the Miura S. It got a modified rear suspension and new state of the art series 70 Pirelli Cinturato radials. It also used heavier-gauge steel on the chassis to reduce flexing.
Outside the only change was the deletion of the grille covering the vertical glass tail panel. Inside changes were substantial: all-new dash, center console and steering wheel. Engine was also tweaked.
A very heavily modified Jarama GTS has been spotted on the Tonino Lamborghini Museum in Italy, this car was originally a 400 GTS chassis #10364 with engine #40891, but the car had extensive modifications done on the outside, rumor has it Bob Wallace started the work on this car for track use, while the orange Jarama Bob was intended for rallying.
From a distance the Jota still looked like a Miura, but up close a lot was different, just about the entire car was developed from the ground up. For example, it is made from Avional, a very light, composite alloy usually only found in the aircraft industry. The Jota is what happens when Bob Wallace decides to turn the Miura into a race car.
The Lamborghini Jarama GT 400 made its way into production in 1970 as a replacement for the Islero and was Lamborghini’s last front-engined V12 grand tourer. Shorter than the Espada it still offered seating for four.
Only one roadster Miura was built. So multiple owners of a regular Miura went on to customize their car by removing the roof section above the seats, hence creating a Roadster replica of some kind … sometimes called Spider or Spider … depending on which source you read.
Automobili Lamborghini SpA asked Bertone to design the new 'small' Lamborghini, the V-8 powered Urraco. The Bertone design studio came up with two rather similar looking running prototypes, the first used a strange headlight configuration while the second was more conventional with pop-up headlights and a small integrated rear spoiler and a big air extractor in the front hood. But Ferruccio decided to have a third prototype designed, also at Bertone but now by Marcello Gandini
On the 1971 Geneva Auto Show Lamborghini introduced the mind-blowing Countach, the full denomination was LP 500 Countach, where the LP stood for Longitudinale Posteriore 5000 cc, and the 5-Liter engine was put longitudinally in the back.
Lamborghini finalized details of the Miura Spinto Veloce (SV) package on this car, the Miura SV Prototipo. The prototype is the first car to feature many of the SV upgrades that later typified the model. It got buyers excited.
Soon after the Jota became public knowledge, several Miura owners asked to have their car modified to Jota specifications, since the one and only original Jota was destroyed in an unfortunate accident, these factory custom SV’s are the only thing to remind us of the fabulous Jota until a near identical replica was built in the United Kingdom.
We discovered this pearl metallic blue 1972 Lamborghini Jarama registered in Hawaii back in 2006, chassis #10258. Initially finished in brown, later she was repainted in black and received a black leather interior during a restoration. The exterior rear view mirrors were replaced with more aerodynamic ones before the car was sold in the mid-Nineties.
In 1972, Bob Wallace modified a Jarama into a pure hot rod, he used the chassis number 10350 (the last Jarama chassis) with engine #40537 originally mounted, however, some sources state the engine was taken from an Islero instead.
The mid-mounted V8 engine was Lamborghini’s first, generating 217 bhp at 7,500rpm. It was a nice touring car with great road manners thanks to independent McPherson suspension. Only 520 P250 Urracos were made.
Bob Wallace built the radical Jota in his spare time, but in 1973 he converted an Urraco into a real 'hot rod'. He used the number '3' of the early 'pre-series' P250's from 1971 as a base. It was powered by a special 3.0-Liter engine using a 4-valve/cylinder configuration with dry-sump lubrication, coupled to a six-speed gearbox. Good for 310 Bhp.
A late model Urraco P300 was modified at the factory to serve as a base for research, this car was a P300 US Specifications car, the side running lights were present and the big black bumpers were installed on the car.
Bertone presented study 114, the new Lamborghini Bravo, on the 1974 Turin Auto show, it was designated to be the successor of the P300 Urraco, and used the same mechanicals. The Bravo was a very low-slung car, with several stylistic references to the Countach, the new styled wheels on the Bravo, among other things would later end up on the Countach. The Bravo name was another reference to the raging bull emblem, a return after the LP400 Countach, whose name was in no way connected to a bull.
The first Countach generation was named LP 400. Its 4 liter V12 engine was mounted lengthwise and produced 375 hp and 266 ft/lbs of torque. It truly created the new age of the supercar. 150 units were made.
The P300 was much improved over the P250. Engine displacement had increased to 3 liters and the top was changed. Transmission, suspension and bodywork received changes too. Power output increased to 247 bhp.
Nothing much is known about this specific Lamborghini, only that is was based on a P250 Urraco, the original 2.5-Liter engine was however replaced by the more reliable chain-driven 3-Liter unit from a crashed P300. The most obvious changes are however to the bodywork, a full Silhouette look alike.
The P200 Urraco became available for the Italian market in response to 17% additional taxes levied against cars with engines larger than 2 liters. The bore on the P250 engine was reduced from 86 mm to 77.4 mm.
During the 1970s Walter Wolf made a fortune trading oil cargoes and providing technical services to the oil industry. In June 1974 he was the first customer to receive a Countach LP400 (chassis 1120006). This was painted white with a black interior and featured a unique roof-mounted aerofoil. He then asked Dallara to create a special version with more power. It was the code No. 1120148 "Walter Wolf Special" with an engine identical to the 5.0 L engine from the original 1971 LP500 prototype, good for 447 hp @ 7,900 rpm. Two subsequent Wolf Specials were produced.
In 1976 Lamborghini produced three further examples. One was built for Ermanno Spazzapan (chassis 1120188) and another for Albert Silvera (1120222). Walter Wolf also took delivery of a second Countach Speciale (1120202) which received the special five-litre engine originally fitted to his red car. Each of these vehicles was highly customised.
The Silhouette became a two-seater, there was no room left in the rear, especially when the roof was stored there, the rear engine hood was rather special. The Silhouette prototype was further developed into the final car which was presented to the public on the 1976 Geneva Auto Show, the Silhouette featured here was in fact the first car of a series of only 52 cars ever made.
Released at the 1976 Geneva Motor Show, the Silhouette was a targa-style version of the Urraco P300. It was Lamborghini’s first open model which used a removable roof that could be stored behind the rear seats. Only 52 ever made.
The first off-road car that was related to Lamborghini without being a tractor, was the 1977 Cheetah, starting out as an attempt to get a contract from the US military to buy it in large numbers, the Cheetah was designed by Rodney Pharis. Lamborghini had the Cheetah shown to the public in 1977.
The Italian coach builder Pietro Frua created the only four-door Lamborghini in existence in 1978, the Frua Faena was created on a reinforced 1974 Espada Series II chassis (nr. 18224). It took Pietro Frua 8 months to create his four door Lamborghini, he stretched the standard Espada chassis 178 mm (7 in) to accommodate the rear seats and ended up with a car totalling 4586 mm (18 ft) in length which added 200 Kg (440 pounds) to the total weight, the wheelbase went to 2830 mm, with a width of 1900 mm and a total height of only 1250 mm, the Faena really looked impressive.
After a few years Lamborghini updated the Countach both inside and out. The more aggressive look (new spoilers) was a result of adding the widest tires available. The suspension was replaced and it lost its Periscopa roof.
Bertone created the most spectacular Lamborghini's ever, the Miura, the Espada and the Countach, but the Bertone designers also created a few 'special' Lamborghini's, the Bravo was one of them and the Athon which was presented on the 1980 Turin Motor Show, was the next. It was designed by Marc Deschamps, who became Marcello Gandini's successor, and was based on the Lamborghini Silhouette basics. The Athon was however fully functional and the press even had a chance to drive it.
When the Jalpa prototype was presented on the 1981 Geneva Show it was finished in a brilliant metallic bronze, all plastic body parts like bumpers, roof and air intakes were painted in a mustard-color while a beige-and-brown striped leather interior was used … something that was only seen once after production started inside a custom made white Jalpa, the striped interior never became a factory option. Known as the Lamborghini Jalpa P350, it was a natural evolution of the Silhouette and the final attempt at creating an entry level Lamborghini with a V8 engine. Power increased and handling was markedly better than the Silhouette while the body was again a new design crafted by Bertone. Jalpa looked less spectacular than the Silhouette but it was actually very in style.
Lamborghini Militaria number 1 as it is otherwise known. After the Cheetah was sent back to the United States in late 1977 the option of adding an off-road model. If you compare the Cheetah with the LM001 you can hardly call the latter an evolution of the Cheetah, instead it was more a revolution.
The Marco Polo was designed by Giugiaro and Ital Design, it was meant to be an evolution of the Lamborghini Espada, but it never even reached the stage of being built in metal. The car shown here is in fact a 1:1 wooden model. The Marco Polo was presented on December 3, 1982 and appeared on the 1982 Bologna Motor Show. The design featured seating for four persons, with only two gullwing type doors, these doors however could be opened from both the front and rear seats, allowing easy exit for the passengers.
The LMA-002 (with the 'A' for Antiore) was the logical follow up of the LM-001, because on the latter one, the engine was in the back, its road holding was terrible, but on the LMA-002 the engine was moved to the front. This time it was a Lamborghini V-12, very much like the unit used in the Countach LP 500S.
At the 1982 Geneva Motor Show, the Countach finally got the 5-liter engine it was originally design for. This was the first Countach update in four years. Power was up 50 hp compared to the 4 liter engine.
The idea of a multi-purpose Lamborghini was taken one step further with the enormous LM-004. The car was built around the same chassis as the LMA-002, but went much further, the engine wasn't the 'normal' 4754 cc unit, but an all new 7.0-Litre one..
Lamborghini’s third major Countach revision came in 1985 at the Geneva Show. The model was named after its new cylinder head which featured four valves per cylinder (it was known either as the Quattrovalvole or QV).
Back in 1986, Kevin Verduyn developed the Navajo, a concept car for Chrysler, but the project never got beyond the clay model. By refining some details, the Navajo was transformed into the Portofino, a show car to symbolize the Chrysler takeover of Lamborghini, the badges on the car show the raging bull inside the famous Chrysler logo. The Portofino was built on a Jalpa chassis, which had to be lengthened by 66 cm to allow the space for four seats. The Jalpa engine and transmission were also used, but the main attraction were the four horizontally hinged doors
Toward the end of 1986 the Countach 7000 was presented, this very different looking Countach used a four-valve engine bored out to 7.1 Liter with twin-turbo chargers, pumping out a whopping 600 Bhp, instead of the 455 Bhp produced by the ‘normal’ 5 Liter QV engine. A top speed of 240 Mph was mentioned for this very special prototype.
The first off-road Lamborghini was not the Urus, it was the LM002. The four-valve DOHC V12 engine had 450 hp with 6 Weber carburetors, five-speed manual transmission, independent suspension. Imagine a massive off-road vehicle with a Countach V12 engine up front ... meet the Lamborghini LM002.
Automobili Lamborghini started working on a Jalpa with a completely retractable roof in 1987, called the Jalpa Spyder, a prototype was created using a silver metallic over blue leather Jalpa that was still owned by factory at that time, a rear treatment similar to the one found on the Bertone Athon was used on this special Jalpa, but the finished car didn’t look nearly as impressive as the Athon did.
The internal number P140 was used for the successor of the Jalpa, whose production had been halted in 1988. The P140, probably named 'Cala', was designed with one goal in mind, superior styling, the engine and chassis were made inferior to the exterior styling of this car. At that time, the German and Japanese cars were in the same price-range as a small Ferrari or the new 'little' Lamborghini, that was the reason why Lamborghini had to rely so much on its styling. Because both the German BMW's and Mercedes, and the Japanese cars were very fast and reliable.
The Evoluzione was designed and built in 1987 under the direction of Horacio Pagani, by the newly-formed 'Composites Department', they decided to change the steel space-frame of the original Countach to a chassis/body construction in composite materials. The entire cockpit and roof panels, central transmission tunnel, door sills and the front and rear were made in one piece of composite.
Lamborghini Countach L150 Prototipo, 1987. An experimental Countach development that would have updated the car’s technology and styling at a time when Lamborghini were short of funds. It remained a one-off.
The mid-Eighties it was deemed the right time had come to enter the notorious Paris Dakar rally using the only model in the lineup that could finish … the powerful four-wheel drive LM002. Work began to convert a regular 455hp V12 into a rally-ready 600hp.
The 25th Anniversary was the last and most aggressive Countach. Taking the 5000S further it had redesigned aero ducts and a redesigned front and rear kevlar hoods. The chassis was upgraded extensively too.
The Gandini design was very futuristic and aggressive looking, like the Countach was back in the Seventies, now the engine cover was made in glass, but in the early testing phase this arrangement didn’t cool the engine enough, so the idea was abandoned.
Owners started taking delivery of the Diablo in June 1990, five years after the start of the project. The Diablo sold well and was loved by the press. Only faults were heavy steering and heavy operation clutch.
When the new Diablo was presented to the public back in January 1990, the late Mr Malcolm Forbes was present in Monte Carlo, he actually was Grand Marchall for that occasion. He was so pleased with the Diablo, he ordered one to be finished in custom 'money green' over a gold leather interior.
On the 1992 Geneva Auto Show, Lamborghini presented a prototype of an open-top version of their flagship, the Diablo Roadster, naturally the roof was removed and the chassis was altered to cope with this, but there were also some other changes which would make their way to the Diablo and Diablo VT production model.
The most exclusive LM002 ever made has to be the one presented on this page, none other than the Sultan of Brunei is believed to have put in an order for an LM002 Estate version at a Turin based body shop. They created a fully closed version (it normally had an open deck).
The biggest difference with the Diablo VT and earlier versions was the addition of all wheel drive for the first time. It had a viscous center diff that could transfer up to 25% of the torque to the front wheels to improve traction.
To celebrate Lamborghini’s 30th year as a road car maker, a special edition Diablo called the SE30 was offered in 1993. It was the fastest car Lamborghini had made: 207 mph flat out and 0-60 in 4 seconds.
1995 Lamborghini Diablo SE Corsa and Jota P-Series
Before the Diablo GT1 was built by SAT, Automobili Lamborghini SpA had a Diablo SE modified with the Jota performance option. This would allow the Diablo SE Jota to be legally entered into GT racing throughout the world,
On the 1995 Geneva Auto Show, the new Lamborghini Cala was shown, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro for ItalDesign and powered by a V-10 engine with a power rating over 400 bhp, mounted in a rear central position, in an all-aluminum chassis. At this time, Automobili Lamborghini SpA officially announced the Cala as the prototype for the Jalpa successor, including the proposed Targa roof configuration.
Automobili Lamborghini SpA had the Jota kit developed by Lamborghini Engineering SpA which we could call the 'Squadra Corse' department back in those days, in fact from the 28 kits made for 1995 only 12 were mounted right there at the facilit. The Diablo was taken from the production line as a regular SE30 and transformed into a Jota specs model in the Lamborghini Engineering SpA building ... the same place that built the Lamborghini V12 Formula One engines in the early Nineties.
The Sport Veloce (SV) version of the Diablo was a 2WD version that also befitted from the 30 Edition Jota upgrades and a light drivetrain. With a potent spec, it was used to transform the Diablo into the SVR race model.
A Lamborghini Diablo VT-R started life as a 'normal' Diablo VT, but it was build on special demand only, production of this 'factory custom' was halted after only 3 cars were built, two LHD and one RHD car. The original intention was to have a production of only five cars, but after the third one was ordered, Audi AG took over.
The Diablo SV-R was the first Lamborghini that was officially entered into racing by the factory, although the actual drivers weren’t factory pilots, it was still the closest thing to a race car Automobili Lamborghini SpA ever built, beside the Formula one engines they built.
The LM003 was supposed to be a joint venture between Timor, an Indonesian based automaker, and the Italian factory. Despite the trouble in Indonesia, the Zagato team built a full-sized mockup in 1997, just in time for the Asian financial crisis to send Lamborghini right into Volkswagen's hands through Audi.
During 1996, Automobili Lamborghini SpA contacted SAT in France to design and build a race version of the Diablo to be able to compete in the GT championships, much like the Porsche GT1 from 1997, this was a car that needed to be based on a production car, but with a completely race oriented setup.
In 1997, Automobili Lamborghini SpA built a one-time special car for a single-marque championship, a Diablo Roadster in the VT-R edition. This car was based on the VT Roadster edition MY1995, but for some reason the race oriented car was equipped with two wheel drive only and used a highly tuned V-12 delivering nearly 600 Bhp in full race tuning.
Worldwide only two or three of these Diablo SVS models were built, with the same highly tuned engine, gearbox and suspension settings as a Diablo SVR race car but with a completely normal interior finished in alcantara just like on the Diablo SV.
This car was a test bed for new technologies, but was not initially intended to be sold. The SV-R was a very competitive car and a new race car wasn't needed at that time, also the styling for the GT2 was surprisingly similar to those of the Swiss based Affolter tuned cars.
This very special limited Diablo SV edition was only 20 times made, so they were sold out almost at once, and prices went up. If you could obtain one through some dealer you would have to pay a large amount of money. The Monterey Edition used a slightly redesigned air intake in front of the rear wheels, similar to the ones used on the Diablo SE30 and the Diablo VT Roadster models.
1998 Lamborghini Diablo VS Victoria Secret Special
If you had about $ 350,000 to spare for a very special Christmas gift, you could always try to get one of the very limited edition Diablo VS special Lamborghini's. This wasn't a real factory special but a custom ordered Diablo SV modified for Victoria's Secret, in cooperation with Lamborghini USA.
Shortly after this car was presented on the Geneva Auto Show, the Audi management of Automobili Lamborghini SpA decided not to actively commercialize the Diablo SV Roadster, although several demands were already made by the US importer. The US-distributor did custom built some SV Roadsters themselves in the United States by doing exactly what the factory would do.
During the 1999 production year, a very special series of only 12 Diablo was built for the United States market to celebrate the close relationship between Automobili Lamborghini SpA and Alpine Car Audio. The well known Diablo VT model was used as a base to show the world what could be done with car electronics those days.
The Diablo VT Roadster Momo was in fact a cosmetic upgrade of a standard VT Roadster, a custom two color interior was installed into this car, a red over beige Leather/Alcantara covered the seats and the dashboard. Special four point seat belts by Momo were used to keep you seated.
In 1999, fans were surprised when the Diablo GT was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show. It combined the modifications of the GT2 race car with the craziness of the Diablo to offer serious road racing performance.
The engine lid was changed substantially in order to vent properly when the roof panel was covering. Roadster also featured revised wheels. The air intakes on top/sides were made larger than the coupe Diablos.
Diablo received a mid-cycle facelift in 1999. They simplified the model range by eliminating the “base” Diablo (SV became the new entry-level). Power and torque both got a bump and gone were the pop up lights.
Still using a mid engine layout, the L147 uses a steel tube space frame chassis with the steel roof welded on, the doors are still aluminum while most of the other bodyparts are Carbon Fiber. The L147 remains close to the current Diablo's layout, with the gearbox in front of the engine, it is very nice to see the engine cover seen on some photo's looks a lot like the one used on the legendary Miura, while later photo's show a revolutionary new design.
As we all know, the Diablo successor had a very impressive evolution, the initial development started back when Automobili Lamborghini SpA was still owned by Indonesians, who asked Zagato to design their new Lamborghini flagship, however, when Audi AG took over the company in July 1999, this ‘Canto’ design was rejected and they started again from scratch. Note however that a rumoured total of five Canto’s have been built, although some sources state the same chassis was used for several of these prototype’s, it is believed that only three new chassis were built for the various Canto’s.
The Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster had a limited run of 30 cars for the 2000 model year and was given the “Millennium Roadster” name. You could only get it in two colors (Titanium Metallic and Yellow).
In comparison with the Diablo GT, GTR most important features are a modified chassis frame with integrated roll bar, improved suspensions, central fixing nut for the rims, race braking system, additional radiators for transmission oil cooling, very high performance rear wing (directly bolted to the chassis), simplified interiors and weight reduction.
The Diablo VT 6.0 was the result of Audi starting to influence Lamborghini. A major development of the original design, not only on the outside but also on the inside and the underpinnings of the Diablo.
The 6.2 liter V12 engine an evolution of the Diablo 6.0 power plant. The highlight of the new engine is two new variable systems. This car lives up to its namesake, Murcielago, the strongest fighting bull of all time.
The main talk about Automobili Lamborghini SpA is still the new ‘affordable’ model. If everything goes as planned in Italy, the new Lamborghini Gallardo or Stella, whatever they decide to call it, will be presented to a small group of invited Lamborghini owners and clubs from around the world during the 40th Anniversary celebration at the factory.
Lamborghini Gallardo Spider (Pre-production Test Car)
Gallardo Spider (Pre-production Test Car)
2003 Lamborghini Gallardo Spider (Pre-production Test Car)
The photo’s clearly show the way the canvas top was designed by Automobili Lamborghini SpA, I don’t think they will impose a top speed of 180 Km/h with the top up like on the Murciélago, and it sure looks easier to open and close, if a hardtop will be available isn’t known yet, but it could be later on, after the introduction in September 2005.
During the opening of the 2003 edition of the Detroit Auto Show, Automobili Lamborghini SpA finally showed us a first impression of the Murciélago Roadster … Concept. The car shown here is still a Concept prototype, but it does look great, and production is very possible, with only minor changes to this awesome design according to Sig. Guiseppo Grecco, who made this statement when he personally introduced the car in Detroit.
Honouring their tradition, the Lamborghini decided to release their next model with the name of a fighting bull’s breed: the Gallardo. It was Lamborghinis entry level car and it was a cracker from day one.
The supercar, in State Police colours, with a siren and flashing lights on the roof, has been donated by the House of Sant'Agata Bolognese to the State Police on the occasion of its 152nd anniversary, held in the customary setting of the Piazza del Popolo in Rome on the 14th, 15th and 16th May 2004
The Murcielago R-GT, developed jointly with renowned race car engineering company Reiter Engineering in Germany, and parent company Audi’s sports division Audi Sport, will offer Lamborghini clients a car with which to compete in global professional motor sport. The car was built to the specifications of the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO).
The Murciélago Roadster was introduced in 2004. Primarily designed to be an open-top car, it employed a manually attached soft roof as a cover from adverse weather, but a warning on the windshield header advised the driver not to exceed 100 mph with the roof in place.
At the Geneva Motor Show, the House of the Raging Bull will present a new design study that renews a great Lamborghini tradition. The classic single-seaters did not have a traditional windscreen, but utilised the so-called ‘saute-vent’ (in French: a sudden change in the wind) in order to direct air over the head of the driver – and so does the ‘Concept S’.
The Lamborghini ‘Concept S’ design study premiered at the 2006 Geneva Motorshow as an extreme and spectacular expression of the Lamborghini brand. It was created at the Centro Stile Lamborghini in Sant’Agata Bolognese by Luc Donckerwolke, who drew inspiration from the classic single-seater racing cars of the past.
Just like in 1999, there is a new Limited Edition Momo Lamborghini available, now based on the Gallardo instead of the Diablo VT Roadster. Again only 12 will be made. Similar to the previous Momo Lamborghini, this one is finished in a pearl metallic yellow paint with a yellow and red leather interior.
The Gallardo SE was a special edition of the Gallardo. Limited to 250 units, it had a unique two-tone paint, an enhanced interior and technical improvements. Gearbox had shorter gear ratios for better acceleration.
Two years after the release of the Gallardo Coupe supercar, Lamborghini have released their drop-top version. Beyond no top, the Spyder a number important modifications to the original engine and transmission.
Lamborghini released a special edition of their flagship LP640. It was the work of Versace and sports particular appointments which are only possible with this type of collaboration. There was a Coupe and Roadster.
2006 Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 Roadster Versace
Lamborghini released a special edition of their flagship LP640. It was the work of Versace and sports particular appointments which are only possible with this type of collaboration. There was a Coupe and Roadster.
The next step in the Murciélago evolution was the LP640 model. A larger front spoiler and new rear mirrors were part of the minor cosmetic changes. The engine in the LP640 had undergone radical modification.
For the Paris Motor Show, Lamborghini prepared the Nera or ‘Black’ edition to showcase what their new personalization program can do. Reserved for fully loaded 2007 Lamborghini Gallardos, this is really a just a styling option that leaves us begging for more performance.
The Reventon is the most outrageous Lamborghini and some say the styling has gone to far. But that’s fine since a limited production of only 20 examples will be made. The Reventon is a strong mix of acute and obtuse angles that mimic the Murcielago lines in a whole new and more frantic way. We loved it.
Thanks to increased power (an additional 10 hp) and a 100 kg reduction in weight, the Gallardo Superleggera was even more dynamic version of the already very sporty Gallardo. A better overall car and faster.
In October 2008, a private ceremony was held at the Viminale Palace where Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. donated a Gallardo LP560-4 Polizia, to the head of the Italian State Police, Prefect Antonio Manganelli. The new Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Polizia was used as a replacement to its predecessor to fulfill roles with the Lazio Highway Police Department.
With its new engine, permanent four-wheel drive transmission and new suspension, the Gallardo LP 560-4 was a clearly improved performance and dynamic machine. A substantial facelift and mid-cycle refresh.
A roadster version of the Reventon was unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show. The car would use the engine from the Murciélago LP 670–4 Super Veloce. Production was set for a run of 15 units, with a price of around US$2,100,000.
The Roadster version had 6.5 litre V12 engine that produces 650 hp along with permanent four-wheel drive. The special edition model (50 units only) combines grey bodywork with a special bright orange offset.
Think of the Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce as even more powerful, lighter and faster Murciélago LP 640. With the output of the 6.5 liter V12 increased to 670 hp and a weight reduction of 220 lbs it is a beast.
The redesigned four-wheel drive transmission, the new suspension, the improved stiffness of the Spyder bodyshell and the optimised aerodynamics all contribute to the overall improvements in the vehicle.
In May 2009 Lamborghini introduced what it calls the 'Fastest one-make series in the world', featuring the Gallardo LP 560-4 Super Trofeo, a race-prepared version of the newer Gallardo LP560-4. The series supported European race series such as Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft (DTM), FIA GT Series and the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC), featuring 18 races overall and having a 30-car grid.
The 550 stands for the power output in hp and the 2 is for rear wheel drive. The special exclusivity of the Gallardo LP 550-2 Valentino Balboni is guaranteed – it is limited to 250 units. Talk about celebrating Valentino Balboni with a car that would be right up his alley.
A Special Edition Gallardo, this time they call it the Bicolore because besides the limited number of shades available (only 5), the roof is finished in black ... so using two colors on the bodywork. the Bicolore is built on the LP550-2 model, offering ultimate driving pleasure in a car with rear wheel drive only, after the Balboni edition the second Gallardo model offering this to the public.
Even more dynamic, lighter, more powerful and stunning – the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera. It is 155 pounds lighter than the regular car and it gets an extra 10 hp. More of a driver’s car.
The Singapore Limited Edition was a limited (10 units) version of the Gallardo LP 550–2 in Singapore, celebrating 10 years of Lamborghini's presence in Singapore. Available in black and white primary body color with red side stripes accented by a badge featuring the Merlion, it includes parts taken from the LP570-4 Superleggera such as the front spoiler, a rear wing, a wheelset and interior trim.
In this special configuration, the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Blancpain Edition shows the spirit of competition – the mighty rear spoiler for maximum stability and the engine cover for optimized ventilation were derived directly from the race car featured in the world’s fastest one-make series. The Edition is also equipped with Skorpius wheels with yellow-painted brake calipers and discs made, of course, from carbon-ceramic composite. One striking visual feature that fits perfectly with the matt black paintwork is the carbon-fiber used to make external components, such as the diffuser and mirror casings.
The Sesto Elemento was a masterpiece of extreme lightweight engineering that showed that Lamborghini could do some amazing things with the carbon-fiber technology. The 2,202 lb carbon fiber car was a revelation. V10 power unit and the permanent all-wheel drive in a body so light it had an insane power-to-weight.
The Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder combined the open spyder body style with rear wheel drive. Unbelievably agile and remarkable handling, it is the most fun Gallardo to drive. Adds yet another dimension of driving fun.
Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale
Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale
2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale
2011 - 2013
Only 150 units of this most extreme Gallardo ever will be built, and it is not only the name the street car received from the racing sibling, check out that rear wing. Yes, you are seeing things right, this is the same one as used on the race car, adjustable albeit by hand and not electrically but still this massive wing is able to create three times the down force compared to the regular LP560-4 rear wing.
The Aventador LP700-4 is the first iteration of the Aventador and was designed by Filippo Perini. Production of the Aventador was planned to be limited to 4,000 vehicles; however, in 2016, it achieved the 5,000 unit milestone.
We barely heard the news about an UK based tuning company creating an Aventador Spyder with a removable carbon framed roof section in glass and now we find spy photos of the real Lamborghini Aventador Roadster prototype during road testing in Germany.
Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Malaysia Limited Edition
Gallardo LP550-2 Malaysia Limited Edition
2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Malaysia Limited Edition
The Gallardo Malaysia Limited Edition is a limited edition (20 units) version of the Gallardo LP 550-2 for the Malaysian market. Available in Bianco Monocerus (solid white), Verde Ithaca (pearl green) and Arancio Borealis (pearl orange) body color, it includes the body kit from the LP 570-4 Superleggera.
Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Hong Kong 20th Anniversary Edition
Gallardo LP550-2 Hong Kong 20th Anniversary Edition
2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Hong Kong 20th Anniversary Edition
The LP 550-2 Hong Kong Edition commemorates the 20th anniversary of Lamborghini cars being sold in Hong Kong. Modifications on the model include custom paint with a coat of Bianco Monocerus, a white color, matte gold stripes that run the length of the hood, over the roof, and down the rear. Only 8 will be produced.
Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 GZ8 Edizione Limitata
Gallardo LP550-2 GZ8 Edizione Limitata
2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 GZ8 Edizione Limitata
Limited edition based on the rear wheel drive only Gallardo destined for the Chinese market only. It will take some serious money to add one of these 8 Edizione Limitata to your garage, price has been set at almost 4 million Yuan (little over US $ 600,000 or €470,000).
The Gallardo LP 560-4 Gold Edition is a limited (10 units) version of the Gallardo LP 560-4 for the Chinese market, with gold body color, black engine cover frame, LED headlamps, Cordelia glossy wheels, red brake calipers, black interior, red stitching and embroidery at steering wheel and headrest.
The Gallardo LP 560-4 Bianco Rosso is a limited (10 units) version of the Gallardo LP 560-4 coupé for the Japanese market, commemorating 45 years of importing Lamborghini to Japan and 10 years of Lamborghini Japan, inspired by Japan's flag.
One year after the release of the Aventador at the Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini presented a concept roadster version simply called the J. Special features include a carbon fiber upholstery known as Carbonskin, a redesigned chassis with twin roll hoops behind the seats and new bumpers with winglets. The Aventador J offers its pilot and co-pilot an utterly indescribable experience of power and dynamics.
The Lamborghini Urus concept was unveiled at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show on 23 April 2012. Later, the SUV was also shown at Pebble Beach in 2012. Powered by a 5.2 L V10 engine shared with the Gallardo, the engine generated a theoretical maximum power output of 600 PS (592 hp; 441 kW) and was accompanied with an all-wheel-drive system.
2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Edizione Tecnica
2012 - 2013
If you take a look at the Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera and the open top cousin named the Performante you might wonder what could be even further improved on these top of the line models ... well Automobili Lamborghini SpA has the perfect answer now : the Edizione Tecnica ... taking the lightweight Gallardo to the next level.
Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Indonesia Limited Edition
Gallardo LP550-2 Indonesia Limited Edition
2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Indonesia Limited Edition
The Gallardo LP550-2 Indonesia Limited Edition is based on the LP550-2 model but features a Superleggera style body and a bright green Verde Ithaca body color. It was limited to the Indonesian Market only and available in January 2013.
Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 India Limited Edition
Gallardo India Serie Speciale Edition
2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 India Limited Edition
To mark its 50th anniversary, Lamborghini wanted to provide something special for the Indian market where they had found a good business potential, hence a limited edition of six cars based on the best selling variant of the Gallardo, the LP 550-2 was created.
The Gallardo LP 560-2 50° Anniversario is a version of the Gallardo LP 550-2 Coupé with increased engine power to 560 PS (412 kW; 552 hp), clear carbon fiber rear wing from the original Gallardo Superleggera, transparent engine cover, dark grey Scorpius wheels and a Bianco Opalis (white metallic) body color.
The final version of the Gallardo was a final year production model that had several updates over the LP560-4. It looked even more aggressive, and more extreme. Lots of triangular and trapezoidal forms in the design.
2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Asia
The Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo Asia is a limited (3 units, 1 in Taiwan, 2 in Thailand) version of the LP 570-4 Super Trofeo 2013 for the Asian market. It includes a matte black carbon fiber tail wing, matt black carbon-fiber engine cover, yellow body color, high gloss carbon fiber door pedal, rear diffuser, rearview mirror cover; red ceramic carbon-fiber brake caliper, Alcantara interior upholstery, 'Super Trofeo Asia' plaque.
Unveiled at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse is a limited production (50 units) street-legal version of the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo 2013 race car.
Automobili Lamborghini celebrates 50 years of legends with the exclusive Aventador LP 720-4 50° Anniversario.With its output increased to 720 hp, its new performance-oriented front and rear design, the special paintwork and unique interior trim, this Aventador is one of the most exclusive models ever produced in the history of Lamborghini.
Only three unique units of the Lamborghini Veneno were built and sold. Its design is consistently focused on optimum aerodynamics and cornering stability, giving the Veneno the real dynamic experience of a racing prototype, yet it is fully homologated for the road. Gets 750 hp and 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds.
Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo (Update)
Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo (Update)
2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo (Update)
2013 - 2014
The new 2013 model, it isn't just a minor restyle using body panels from the recently shown New Gallardo LP560-4 at the 2012 Paris Motor Show ... the 2013 Super Trofeo only remotely looks like the V10 it is based on, I don't think many body parts remained from the 2012 unit either. The first thing you'll notice when seeing the 2013 Gallardo Super Trofeo is that massive rear wing, for one it 'hangs' from two large struts.
2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo 2013
2013 - 2014
The LP570-4 Super Trofeo was updated for 2013 model year, inline with the 2013 Gallardo model refresh. The 2013 Gallardo is based on the proven chassis and mechanical platform of its predecessor, but takes a significant step forward following extensive aerodynamic re-profiling of the surface geometries and the addition of adjustable aerodynamic devices, including an all-new ten-position rear wing.
The Aventador LP700-4 Roadster is just like the coupe except it has a cool removable roof made from two sections of carbon fiber. A benchmark in the world of open-top luxury super sports cars. My kind of car.
Proudly displaying an Italian flag strip down the center of the car, the Nazionale edition also features some pretty unique tailoring on almost every surface. The Bianco Opalis exterior paint color is completely unique, nicely offset by the blacked out 20- and 21-inch matt Titanium wheels on the car’s front and rear. Behind them are massive red brake calipers, reminding onlookers of the Aventador’s performance-minded function.
Automobili Lamborghini celebrates 50 years of legends with the exclusive Aventador LP 720-4 50° Anniversario.With its output increased to 720 hp, its new performance-oriented front and rear design, the special paintwork and unique interior trim, this Aventador is one of the most exclusive models ever produced in the history of Lamborghini.
The Huracán LP 610-4 Polizia is the official police car variant specifically produced for the Italian State Police, after the two Gallardos used by the Polizia Stradale were destroyed in the course of patrol duty.
The 2014 Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is one of the most exclusive cars in the world, with a production run of just nine units and a price tag of $4.5 million. The engine is a development of the Aventador 6.5-litre V12 and generates a power output of 740 hp at 8,400 rpm and 509 lb⋅ft of torque at 5,500 rpm.
In 2014 Lamborghini officially launched the Huracán, the successor to the Gallardo. It had big shoes to fill given the Gallardo was the company’s best selling car. Huracán got 610 bhp V10 and gorgeous body.
To celebrate the long term relationship between Automobili Lamborghini SpA and Pirelli that has been going on ever since the Lamborghini 350GT back in 1963, the Sant'Agata exotic super car builder brings an exclusive edition of their V12 flagship to the market ... the Aventador LP700-4 Pirelli Edition, available both in closed coupé form and in open top Roadster model, this new Pirelli Serie Speciale comes in a select palette of shades only, and all of them boast a black roof.
To celebrate ten years of Lamborghini in China the limited edition Huracán Zhong has been unveiled, Zhong is in fact short for Zhongguo, the Chinese name for this massive market. A total of only 50 units will be built, only available in yellow or red and always on glossy black wheels and chrome exhaust tips. Engine output it still 610hp with a top speed of 325 Km/h and acceleration figures of 3.2 seconds from 0 to 60 mph.
With increased power, lower weight, improved aerodynamics and innovative technologies the Aventador LP 750-4 Superveloce is one of the best supercars ever. Loud, aggressive, fun and perfectly Lamborghini.
Introduced in 2015, The Lamborghini Huracán GT3 was developed in collaboration with Dallara. It features the 5.2-liter naturally-aspirated V10 engine of the standard car with 388 kW (520 hp; 527 PS) and 510 N⋅m (376 lb⋅ft) of torque and has a weight of 1,230 kg (2,712 lb).
The Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo is a racing version of the Huracán for the 2015 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Series (Europe, Asia and North America). The 5.2-liter naturally-aspirated V10 now generates 456 kW (612 hp; 620 PS) and 570 N⋅m (420 lb⋅ft) of torque.
During 2016 the factory is celebrating the 50th Anniversary with the Miura Tour, a 500km road trip in Italy arriving in Florence, and now with a very special, Ad Personam edition of the current V12 flagship ... the Aventador Miura Homage special edition.
The new Lamborghini Centenario represents a new, extremely precious piece in Lamborghini’s one-off strategy. It is a tribute to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mr. Ferruccio Lamborghini. A total of 20 Coupe will be made (probably all sold out). One of the most exclusive (and sought-after) cars in the whole world.
Unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the Avio is the first limited edition of the Huracán, bringing new colours, upholstery, exterior decals and interior logos inspired by the Italian fighter jets along with featuring a tricolore cockade in Red, White and Green. On the centre console there is a plaque indicating the limited number from 250 examples offered.
This is the cheapest Huracan for sale today and probably the most fun. The famous Lamborghini 5.2 L V10 has been slightly detuned to 572 hp and 393 lb/ft of torque. Rear wheel drive only. One of our favorites.
The updated entry level Aventador is now known as the Aventador S. It still has a mid-engined naturally aspirated 6.5 liter V12 engine with 730 horsepower and 509 lb/ft of torque. A livelier and more fun car.
The open air version of the Lamborghini Centenario. A total of 20 Roadster’s will be made. The Centenario Roadster adopts Lamborghini new rear wheel steering. Designers at Centro Stile Lamborghini even developed a special exterior silver color, called “Argento Centenario” (pictured above).
The Lamborghini SC18 is the latest iteration of what we hope becomes a perpetual lineage of limited-edition and one-off raging bulls. Commissioned by a very fortunate client, the SC18 is designed to be a completely road-legal car that maximizes track-oriented performance. It therefore seems serendipitous that Squadra Corse – Lamborghini’s racing division – would be the creator-in-chief for this bespoke project.
It is addictive. Its 631 hp 5.2 liter V10 revs all the way to 8500 rpm and when combined with the same upgrades as the coupe (active aero, torque vectoring, stability-control program, weight loss), it is just incredible.
The Aventador SVJ is the wildest Lamborghini we have seen in years. It set a new Nürburgring Nordschleife record for production cars, running an incredible 6:44.97 lap time. Its 6.5-liter V12 produces 760 hp.
The first modern Lamborghini SUV and one hell of an SUV. The Urus looks aggressive and has the right level of Lambo styling without going overboard. The Urus is power by a 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 that is good for 641 horsepower and 627 lb/ft of torque. Performance is astonishing for a big SUV, with 0-60 mph over in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 190 mph. The Urus drives better than any other SUV.
The balance of performance, looks, theater, tech and driving experience has never been better. Like other Aventador roadsters, it uses a two-piece removable carbon-fiber hardtop. Weighs 110 pounds more than coupe.
The Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo EVO is the successor to the Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo. The 5.2-liter naturally-aspirated V10 has the same power and torque, respectively 456 kW (612 hp; 620 PS) and 570 N⋅m (420 lb⋅ft) of torque.
This bespoke Lamborghini Aventador S ‘dressed’ by the world-renowned fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto features a special design combining red and black patterns from the Yamamoto clothing collection both on the exterior and on the interior, especially the bespoke upholstery stands out considerably.
The new Lamborghini SC20 is a 759 Horsepower Speedster based on the Aventador SVJ. This car contains the same naturally aspirated 6.5L V-12 found in the SVJ and produces identical power numbers to it as well (759 horsepower and 531 lb-ft of torque). The car is entirely constructed out of carbon fiber (Lamborghini wants this car to be as track-oriented as possible) and the brand put a hard focus on aerodynamic features all around the car to minimize drag and maximize downforce to bump up those lap times.
At The Quail in Monterey, California, Lamborghini unveiled a special 63 edition roadster of the Aventador SVJ. Only 63 of the cars will be made. The 63 is significant to Lamborghini due to the fact that the company started in 1963. The car is special not only because of the fact that so few will be made, but also because there will be eight different designs used for the paint and exterior and interior elements.
The SVJ Roadster Xago Edition was unveiled on July 17, 2020, for clients of the newly created virtual version of the Ad Personam studio, based on the standard SVJ Roadster. Taking inspiration from the hexagonal storms of Saturn, the exterior colour scheme of the car took 120 hours and another 80 hours for the interior to be reworked to match. Only 10 units will be produced.
The special limited-edition model features a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 and a mild hybrid system. All told the powertrain puts out a whopping 808 hp. The special limited-edition model features a naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 and a mild hybrid system. All told the powertrain puts out a whopping 808 hp.
The Sián has intelligent air scoops that will deploy automatically from behind the upper side air intakes. These scoops are made of super-lightweight but extremely strong composite materials, and are used to capture incoming cool air and direct it over the engine and exhaust during enthusiastic driving.
Only 40 units will be made, and will be personalized for each customer in terms of seats, controls, livery, the works. The cars themselves will be kept by Lamborghini in a brand new, purpose-built garage at the Sant’Agata Bolognese factory grounds. Each customer that has the chance to buy one will also be given an exclusive passcode for both an app and website that will link to multiple cameras in each customers’ personalized style.
The Urus ST-X is a racing, non-street-legal variant of the standard Urus, built by the Squadra Corse Division of Lamborghini. The Urus ST-X will be 25% lighter compared to the production model, fitted with center-lock wheels, a new, very aggressive looking, quick release front hood and a modified rear hatch, complete with quick release fasteners and a large rear wing at the roof's edge already turn the Urus ST-X into an intimidating racer.
The model is a RWD, paired back version of the car that looks to be possibly the best version for the true drivers out there. The model is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 but it’s been detuned. It produces 610 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque.
The Huracán EVO RWD Spyder is dedicated to those who believe in the pure pleasure and excitement of driving, an experience heightened by the adrenaline that comes from open-top performance. Discovering new roads with the wind in your hair, heart racing with the sound of the engine, gives you an unparalleled feeling of freedom as you accelerate. The magic unfolds as you “return to rear-wheel drive” and immerse yourself in the tactile sensations and the mechanical purity of a Lamborghini. The RWD version of the EVO Spyder clearly differs from its 4WD counterpart with its shark-like nose and new, sharper lines in the rear diffusor.
For those of you in the market for a car that will show up brighter than a glowstick in the night, these colors are your new best friend. Giallo Claris (yellow), Verde Shock (green), Arancio Livea (orange), Arancio Dac (dark orange) and Celeste Fedra (blue) are the new paint options for the Lamborghini Huracan Evo Fluo Capsule. If you end up snagging this car, just know that the inside will not be an accurate reflection of what you see on the outside. The interior is completely blacked out for maximum contrast.
Lamborghini now has a car to rival the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. It is the Lamborghini Huracan STO or Super Trofeo Omologata, and Lamborghini has now revealed it after some teasers and leaks. As the name suggests, this car is the best of the GT3 race car and the Huracan road car. It’s the ultimate Huracan road car. The STO is based on the Huracan Evo. It’s a lightweight machine with the best aerodynamics the R&D department and Squada Corsa could put together.
The Urus Pearl Capsule offers a selection of exclusive pearl paints and style elements that embrace the bright colors of Lamborghini tradition. Three pearl paint options—Verde Mantis, Arancio Borealis and Giallo Inti —provide a modern interpretation of the original solid colors that are so united with Lamborghini tradition. The Black Gloss painted lower bumpers, rocker covers and roof create a dramatic two-tone effect, while the 23-inch Taigete rims in Shiny Black with matching color accent command attention with an assertive stance. For the first time on Urus, a dedicated Alcantara® two-tone split matches ventilation to the exterior paint, available in Verde Faunus, Arancio Leonis or Giallo Taurus.
The Urus Graphite Capsule sports a powerful look and a dynamic stance, these exclusive configurations combine sophisticated satin-effect matte colors with contrasting bright-colored details that express new and alluring interpretations of your personality. The new matte colors of the Urus Graphite Capsule—Nero Noctis, Grigio Keres, Grigio Nimbus and Bianco Monocerus—further enhance the sporty, bold lines of the Super SUV. Vibrant, gloss-finish colors bring sharp contrast to specific exterior details, accentuated by the gloss black rear diffusor and 23-inch Taigete rims. Four available interior configurations play on the Urus Graphite Capsule’s two-tone combinations, each a perfect complement to the striking exterior.