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No, the slick Lamborghini Aventador pictured above hasn't been Photoshopped, it's just an awesome galaxy-themed wrap owned by a member of the Vancouver-based Deluxe Supercar Club. The 2013 Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster was announced for production in November 2012, equipped with the same V12 engine as the coupe version, Lamborghini claims again that it can reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds and a top speed equaling that of the coupe, at 349 km/h (217 mph). Continue reading for more pictures.

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Unlike Lamborghini's other models, the Egoista features a chassis made from lightweight carbon fiber and aluminum "finished in a military-grade, radar-resistant paint to highlight the vehicle's stealth capabilities," according to Car Scoops. Under the hood, you'll find a tuned Lamborghini Gallardo Mk1 5.2L V10 that produces 592hp. That's not all, its cockpit boasts a removable carbon fiber survival survival cell, along with anti-glare windows in an orange hue. Continue reading for two videos, more pictures and additional information.

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Automotive designer friends Pawel Wisniewski and Jans Slapins decided to mix classic rat rod design with supercars to bring you the Lamborghini Rat Rod. It seats 4 and made from lightweight carbon fiber. Powering this beast is a a twin-turbo small block V8 engine, mated to a sequential 6-speed transmission. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Just picked up your shiny (or flat) Lamborghini Aventador and want to show it off in London? Well, one thing you should never do is drive even slightly faster than normal down the city's narrow streets, or else you may end up with an airborne supercar, like this unlucky fellow. Sure, the Aventador may have had the right of way, but turning a few heads definitely isn't worth the risk, as you're about to see.

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The Lamborghini Pregunta was the result of a partnership with the Italian branch of the French Carrosserie Heuliez in 1998. It's based on a modified Lamborghini Diablo chassis, running rear-wheel-drive (instead of the Diablo's four-wheel-drive system) and is powered by a 530bhp V12 engine; good for a top speed of 207mph. Continue reading for a video of it racing a fighter jet and more information.

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Sure, it's nothing like the Dubai police car fleet, but the LAPD does have something up its sleeve, a Lamborghini Gallardo to be exact. Here's where the story gets interesting...fiber optics company owners Nathale and Travis Marg donated the use of their supercar, complete with its V10 sitting squarely in the middle, to the department for use in a good, but not exciting way. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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At first glance, this looks like the rear of a standard Lamborghini Gallardo, but upon closer inspection, you'll notice that it's just a model, one that's been transformed into a fully-functional computer. It was built by Cooler Master forum member "reapervon" for a contest. Continue reading for more pictures.

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While the real Lamborghini Sesto Elemento may cost you a cool $2-million, this one you see above (right) is just a replica. Built at a cost of $15,000, they made this version from an old Volvo 740 chassis and pieces of a BMW X5, sans the carbon fiber like on the real Sesto Elemento. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Auto enthusiasts may know right away that this Lamborghini Reventon is just a knockoff, but for the average driver on the road, this may as well be authentic as they come. It was made in a Guadalajara City, Mexico shop. GT Spirit says: "The fiberglass body will cost you $45,000 plus the engine and chassis; interior upholstery and real glass engine cover are included, and Lamborghini wheel knock offs or concave wheels are said to be available as well." Continue reading for more pictures.

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What do you get when you cross the Veneno hypercar with Lamborghini's upcoming Huracan offering? The Lamborghini Logic of course, or so this automobile designer likes to think. According to Yanko Design: "The structural core of the concept is a lightweight and extremely rigid carbon fiber monocoque shell. Surfaces have precisely defined, sharp edges and crystalline volume." Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of 10 amazing bets you can never lose.

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