US-based Vertical Doors Inc. have created scissor doors for the Lamborghini Huracan, and at first glance, some could mistake it for a factory option. These modified doors open up normally at first, providing just enough space to squeeze into the cabin, and then they can then be tilted skywards for show. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Batman Begins may have been released over 10-years ago, but the Tumbler is an iconic vehicle that will never be forgotten. YasidDESIGN has completely revamped the crime-fighting vehicle, and this version is based on the Lamborghini Huracan, sitting closer to the ground than the original. Upon closer inspection, you'll also see that the Batman logo has replaced the legendary Lamborghini badge. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a first glimpse at a Ruby Seadragon in the wild.
Lamborghini Aventador owners who want a crazy body kit, rejoice! Liberty Walk has two different body kits for you to choose from, either made from FRP or CFRP. The first will set you back $35,900, while the latter is a bit pricier at $36,900. If you don't want to destroy your original body panels, they also offer an "exchange fender type" that ups the prices to $41,400 and $42,400 respectively. Last, but not least, adding the dry carbon wing tops out the package at a whopping $46,500. Continue reading for another video and more pictures. Click here to view a few bonus images of Liberty Walk's other Aventadors.
Before the Aventador, Murcielago, and even Diablo, there was Lamborghini's Countach LP400 S Series. Powered by a 355 brake-horsepower V-12, this pristine specimen from 1979 is heading to RM Southeby's auction late next month. It was originally painted Blu Acapulco, but has been given an immaculate black paint makeover. The LP400 S handling was improved by the wider tires, which made the car more stable in cornering. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
There's the Viper V10 motorcycle, and then this beast. Auto enthusiast Chuck Beck wanted to build a custom motorcycle unlike any other, so he decided to use a Lamborghini Espada V12 engine. That's right, the engine is mated to a Volkswagen Type 3 transaxle and the motorcycle itself tops out 140mph. Other notable features include a radiator located in the very back of the bike to keep heat away from the rider while they controls the bike with custom linkage. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of an iPhone 7 being put in a bowl of the world's strongest acid.
Priced from $26,000 USD, the Lamborghini Esavox docking station by iXoost just might be the most expensive yet, but is a must have for Huracan and Aventador fans. Featuring four individual speakers housed in enclosures inspired by the front air intakes of an Aventador, plenty of carbon fiber accents, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, a regular cable connection, DSP 24bit ADC/DAC output, and 800 Watts of power. Besides the price, this isn't something you want to lug around, as it measures 125 x 65 x 50cm and weighs in at 117-pounds. Continue reading for another video, and more pictures of iXoosts docking stations made from real F1 exhaust systems.
Another day, another knockoff, but this isn't a smartphone, computer, or even toy, but rather a Chevrolet Camaro Z28-based Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 replica. That's right, it's built on the chassis of a fourth-generation Z28, which has been completely gutted, fitted with new body panels, interior, while retaining the engine. If you're wondering why this is on the market, it's because" "the reason I am selling it because my wife, she too jealous." Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information. Continue readingClick here for a few bonus images.
Velonia's newest addition to their bicycle line, the Viks Gran Turismo, was inspired by the lines of Lamborghini automobiles, starting with a sharp yellow (giallo midas) paint job. This bike not only looks the part, but weighs in at under 10kg, thanks to an aluminum alloy frame and laser cut parts. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
For those who don't already know, Roborace is essentially an autonomous racing series set to run alongside the Formula E Championship. Automotive designer Matteo Gentile has unveiled the Lamborghini Spectro for the former, and it draws inspiration from other Roborace cars, and adds some Italian flair. Since the vehicle is able to drive itself, there's no drivers seat, enabling the entire top to be chopped off, while open front / rear wheel arches keep it extremely aerodynamic. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of Samsung's explosion-proof Galaxy Note 7 recall return packaging.
Forza Horizon 3 is known for its ultra realistic graphics, and soon, a series of custom-designed consoles created specially for its release. First up, we have one based on the Lamborghini Centenario, a limited-edition supercar based on the Aventador, powered by a 6.5L V12 producing 759-horsepower. This limited edition console - 40 units worldwide - comes with a matching controller, as well as a sleek yellow and black design. Continue reading to see the other two versions, and for more information.