Called UR2, this sleeper of a Lamborghini Huracan is actually the world's fastest. The 2,300-horsepower beast, powered by a twin-turbocharged 5.2-liter V10 engine, set a new standing half-mile world record (for street-legal cars) by achieving 238.6 mph in the half-mile pass. One other notable modification was swapping out the dual-clutch transmission for a much quicker sequential shifter. Continue reading for an earlier video of this beast, when it was just pushing 2100+ horsepower.
Unlike the Tesla Model S / X, the Lamborghini Quanta LP 1000-4 uses a stereoscopic LIDAR system, complete with dual forward facing cameras and a central hub that acts as a central processor, for its auto-pilot mode. This AWD hypercar is powered by a V12 engine, paired with dual electric motors, to provide a staggering total output of 1000-horsepower. The interior sports two separate "cocoons" for the driver and passenger, while the conventional steering wheel has been replaced with a minimalist yoke-style unit that folds away during autonomous driving. Click here to view the first image in this week's Continue reading for a viral video explaining quantum computing in under 2-minutes.
At first glance, this looks like a matte black Lamborghini Aventador, but when things get hot, literally, Iron Man armor is revealed. The paint job was completed by German graffiti artist Rene Turrek for an eye-watering $35,000. Continue reading to see a similar color-changing Captain America Lamborghini Gallardo. The coolest part is that you'll be able to drive around normally and have it transform in seconds with a Super Soaker at car shows. Continue reading to see Turrek's temperature-sensitive Captain America paint job on a Lamborghini Gallardo.
Thermochromism is basically the property of substances to change color due to a change in temperature. When when this is applied to paint jobs, some crazy things can happen. Even an appearance by a superhero isn't out of the question, and German artist Rene Turrek has released a video showing his latest project: a heat-sensitive Lamborghini Gallardo that appears purplish at first, but reveals a "cap-tastic" surprise. Continue reading to watch.
The Lamborghini Athon is basically a concept car designed by Bertone for Lamborghini that made its debut at the 1980 Turin Motor Show. Bsed on the Silhouette chassis, which was out of production at the time, it resembled a sleek topless roadster, complete with a finely detailed, futuristic interior. Power came from a 3.0L V8 engine that generated 260bhp. Unfortunately, the vehicle was never intended to be put into production, with Lamborghini's financial troubles at the time sealing its fate. Continue reading for more interesting facts.
Lamborghini Cala, also known as the Italdesign Cala to some auto enthusiasts, was a concept car designed by Italdesign Giugiaro. The vehicle made its official debut at the 1995 Geneva Motor Show, and unlike other concepts, this was a completely functional prototype that never made it into production. Its name was derived from the Piedmentese dialect of Northern Italy and meant "look, over there!". Continue reading for more cool facts.
At first glance, this appears to be a real Lamborghini Murcielago LP640, but it's actually a replica. That's right, the reason why all the proportions are correct is because rather than use a donor car, everything was built from the ground up, with a tube chassis and fiberglass/carbon fiber body by NAERC. Continue reading for a dyno pull as well as some spirited highway driving.
If DeLorean and Lamborghini made a car, it would probably be the Marzal, which made its official debut at the 1967 Geneva Motor Show. Designed by Marcello Gandini of Bertone, it was created to supply Ferruccio Lamborghini with a true four-seater car for his lineup which already included the 400GT 2+2 and the Miura. Continue reading for five cool and unusual things you may not have known about this stylish supercar.
The Lamborghini Raptor is basically a one-off vehicle created in 1996 by Zagato in partnership with Alain Wicki for Lamborghini. The body features the Zagato "double bubble" as well as an innovative door design where the whole middle section of the car swivels up and forward. There was also a removable hard top (not pictured) for those nice and sunny summer cruises. Continue reading for more cool facts.
The Lamborghini Cheetah was basically Lamborghini's first attempt at building an off-road vehicle. It was built on contract from Mobility Technology International (MTI), which in turn was contracted by the US military to design and build a new all-terrain vehicle. The basis of the design came from MTI, and was largely a copy of FMC's XR311 prototype developed for the military in 1970. Continue reading for more interesting facts about this vehicle.