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With its fighter jet-inspired front end, the $4.5-million Lamborghini Veneno made its official debut on the flight deck of the Italian naval aircraft carrier Nave Cavour this week in Abu Dhabi. It's powered by a 6.5L V12 that produces 750hp, mated to a 7-speed single-clutch ISR transmission, complete with five different driving modes. This hypercar goes from 0-60mph in just 2.9 seconds and has a a top speed of 220 mph. Continue reading for the official video unveiling and more information.

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We have seen the future of Lamborghini, and it's the Diamante. Separated at birth, the Aventador and this futuristic Diamante do indeed look very similar, yet different at the same time. GT Spirit said it best when they noted that "the overall shape and size is similar with the Aventador simply featuring revised body panels which are much more aggressive." Continue reading for more pictures.

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Here's a first look at the Lamborghini Cabrera, the Gallardo successor. Its "piercing headlights contain twin Y-shaped LED daytime running lights reminiscent of the Aventador's, while the front air intakes also bear resemblance to those of its big brother," according to Car Advice Australia. Continue reading for a test track video and more information.

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Limited to just 9-units worldwide, one of these stunning $4.5-million Lamborghini Veneno Roadster vehicles has just been delivered to a showroom in Beverly Hills, California. It's powered by a 6.5L V12 engine that produces 552kW of power, enabling it to sprint from 0-100km/h in a mere 2.9-seconds, with a top speed of 355km/h. Continue reading for a few videos of the non-roadster Veneno.

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At first glance, this actually appear to be a Lamborghini of some sort, but in reality it's just a Reventon Roadster replica. It's built around a steel frame with body panels constructed out of what appears to be fiberglass. Unfortunately, the interior definitely does not look like it's from a $1.3-million supercar. Continue reading to see why.

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Here's a first look at the upcoming Lamborghini Veneno Roadster, which will be limited to less than 9-units worldwide and most likely cost more than $4.4-million. Engine wise, it will be identical to the coupe counterpart, so expect an Aventador-sourced engine with 750 HP. Continue reading for more pictures.

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While Lamborghini may not have officially released a pink Aventador model, Richard Hammond went the extra yard, with the help of the Rays of Sunshine charity, to make it a reality for Emilia Palmer, an 8-year-old suffering from a serious lung condition that requires her to be on oxygen. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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This gold Lamborghini Aventador belongs right up there with these ultra luxurious Las Vegas villas / suites, Maldives resorts, first class airplane suites, private jets, and iPhone 5 handsets, but it's not what you think. At $7.5-million, this supercar is merely a 1:8 scale model of its roaring real-life counterpart. According to World Car Frans, a master craftsman will carve the chassis from a 500-kg (1,102-pounds) block of solid gold and the final model will contain a whopping 25-kg (55-pounds) of the highly desirable precious metal. Continue reading for a video of the actual Aventador and more information.

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Sure, you could just pick up a matte black Lamborghini Aventador to get the Batmobile look, but what if the company actually released a model inspired by the actual movie vehicle? It'd probably look something like the Lamborghini Ankonian, which was designed by Munich University student Slavche Tanevsky. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Six months after unveiling the Aventador, plans for a roadster version were leaked by the U.S. EPA after it included the model on a data sheet on its website. Lamborghini officially unveiled the Aventador J to the world at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. The roofless and windowless concept car uses the same V12 engine as the standard. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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