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Due to all of the leaks and prototype testing, we know have a pretty good idea of what the Lamborghini Aventador successor will probably look like. What stands out the most are its two hexagonal tailpipes located between the LED taillights and possibly a large rear diffuser that is lightly camouflaged.
This pristine 1990 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary Edition is as close as you can get to showroom new in 2023. With just 155-miles on the odometer, it was originally sold to a Detroit-area physician on February 5, 1990 for $275,000 USD and then acquired by an Ohio collector some time during 2007.
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This custom Lamborghini Countach (or Pontiac Fiero kit car) that was spotted at the Palm Beach Supercar Week just might be the strangest-looking yet, most notably its pipe organ exhaust. Some consider this a Bōsōzoku vehicle, which typically involves adding a 3 or 4-trumpet horn, stickers, an overabundance of lights, and in this case, an outlandish exhaust system.
At first glance, the MANSORY Venatus Coupé EVO C looks like a highly modified Lamboghini Urus, and you wouldn’t be wrong. Upon closer inspection, you’ll realize that the vehicle is no longer a 4-door SUV, but rather a 2-door luxury off-roader that required removing all of the doors initially before moving the B-pillar back by 200mm in order to extend the front doors.
There were only 300 Lamborghini LM002 off-road vehicles produced between 1986-1993 and this pristine 1991 example with just 5,549 miles on the odometer sold for $368,000 USD at RM Sotheyb’s December 10th Miami Beach auction. Chassis number 279, this unit rolled off the assembly line in June 1991 and is believed to have been purchased new by a Japan-based auto enthusiast before being acquired by a Kuwait collector in 2014.
A Kia EV6 GT isn’t typically something you’d imagine racing a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, and that is exactly why CarWow pitted the electric SUV against the supercar. Priced from $61,400 USD, the EV6 GT packs a dual-motor setup that generates 576 hp and 545 lb-ft of torque, good for a 0-60 mph time of just 3.4-seconds.
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Ford designer Cesar Olivera has always been a fan of the Diablo SE30 and SE30 Jota, which is why he came up with the Lamborghini Ravietta concept. With the Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 already on the market, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the Diablo next up to receive a modern makeover.
Lamborghini Engine Songs consist of three Spotify playlists that have been tuned with the rumble of its supercars. They are celebrating the unique song of its V8, V10 and V12 naturally aspirated engines across twenty-four tracks for each compilation. It starts off with the artistic transposition of the V12 of the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae, which sings in F SHARP (92.50 hertz), the same tonality as the track Canone infinito by Lorenzo Senni.
There’s the Jumpacan, and then the production Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato off-road supercar, which is going to be officially unveiled at Art Basel in Miami on November 30th. No specifications have been released, although the automaker did state that this is their first super sports car designed for maximum driving pleasure whether it be on asphalt, loose or dirt surfaces.
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Most would say the Tesla Model S looks fine with the factory front bumper, but this owner didn’t think so. They apparently installed a Lamborghini Huracan front bumper, complete with headlights, just without the badge. What is most surprising is how well it all works, as the headlights blend right into the hood.