Auto enthusiast Ken Imhoff had the posters and models, but just not the real thing. He decided to take matters into his own hands by building a custom Lamborghini Countach replica in his basement. It Imhoff approximately 17 years to complete, and has a chassis that was shaped from plywood, along with custom-machined wheels. To get the finished vehicle onto the streets, he needed to do some excavating, and the result was definitely worth the headache. Continue reading for two videos and more pictures.
Another week, another Lamborghini replica. This one, modeled after the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, is based on a Volvo chassis with many parts sourced from scrap yard, like BMW X5 wheels. The auto enthusiasts from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan spent just 3-months building this vehicle from scratch, heavily modifying the Volvo's chassis to fit the smaller size of the Sesto Elemento. Continue reading for a video and more information.
If Lamborghini made a Rat Rod hot rod and Bruce Wayne wanted one, this is probably what it'd look like. This sleek vehicle was designed by Pawel Wisniewski and his friend Jans Slapins. The inspiration came after the two friends watched a drag racing video. To create the concept, Wisniewski used his drawing abilities, while Slapins made a few 3D models. Continue reading for the Lambo vs. Rat Rod video and more pictures.
If Bruce Wayne decided to drive a Lamborghini Aventador around town, it would most certainly be the Mansory Carbonado, which is limited to 6-units worldwide. Based on the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, its V12 produces now generates 1,250 HP thanks twin turbochargers, enabling it to sprint from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in a mere 2.6-seconds, topping out at 380 km/h (236 mph). An exposed carbon fiber rocker panel is engraved with the production number of the car, the soft urethane front and rear bumpers have been replaced with carbon units. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Here's a first look at the all-new Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 SV. It weighs 110-pounds less than its predecessor and gains 50-horsepower, pushing it to 750hp. It has a top speed of 217mph and can go from 0-62mph in just 2.8-seconds. Inside, you'll find sleek sports bucket seats, carbon fiber door panels, and an optional infotainment system (available at no cost if desired). Continue reading for a video and a photo of the interior.
If Batman (Bruce Wayne) purchased a new Lamborghini, it'd probably be the Mansory Huracan. Set to be unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the Mansory edition is still powered by the Huracan's 5.2L V10, but gets upgraded with a new single turbo, exhaust, and fuel pressure control to boost this monster to 838 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Created by designer Slavche Tanevsky, the Lamborghini Ankonian takes its name from an Italian fighting bull known for its black hair and draws inspiration from the F-117A Nighthawk as well as the classic Batmobile. Tanevsky designed this concept for a project at Munich University of Applied Sciences. It's mid-engine and hides its headlights and tail lights behind some sleek creases finished off in matte black. Not just another concept, Tanevsky says he had input from Lamborghini and Audi throughout the design process. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the five most popular videos of today.
Unofficially called "Rambo Lambo," the LM002 (Lamborghini Military) was Lamborghini's first foray into the world of military vehicles, and also the company's first four-wheel-drive model. After much testing and altering of the prototype, it was finally unveiled at the Brussels Auto Show in 1986. Civilian models were outfitted with a full luxury package, including full leather trim, tinted power windows, air conditioning, and a premium stereo mounted in a roof console. In order to meet the vehicle's tire needs, Lamborghini commissioned Pirelli to create the Pirelli Scorpion tires with custom, run-flat tread designs. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
Priced at $1.3-million, this Lamborghini Aventador LP720-4 Roadster Limited Edition-inspired speedboat is 48 feet long and powered by a pair of twin-turbo Mercury Racing 1350 engines that produces a mind-boggling 2700-horsepower with a top speed of about 186mph (300km/h). It's currently being showcased at Supercar Week 2015 in Palm Beach, Florida. Unfortunately, you won't be able to buy one anytime soon, even if Facebook decided to snatch up your company for billions, because this is a one-off model created by Miami restaurant mogul Gino Gargiulo. Continue reading for a video.
A brand spanking new white Lamborghini Veneno Roadster was unveiled at the company's Hong Kong dealership. Limited to only 9 cars worldwide, each of these limited edition models carries a staggering €3.3 million price tag. Powering this beast is an Aventador-sourced 6.5L V12 engine that generates 700hp, enabling it to spring from 0 - 62 mph (100 km/h) in a mere 2.9 seconds, topping out at 220 mph (355 km/h). Continue reading for more pictures and information.