In the real world, Lamborghini’s Huracan STO (Super Trofeo Omologato) is a track focused variant of the Huracan, complete with a taller rear wing and a roof snorkel for engine cooling. The engine cover is inspired by the Lamborghini Super Trofeo race cars and the entire hood opens to reveal a small compartment for storing racing equipment. Now, the Lamborghini Huracán STO Bundle has been added to Rocket League. Read more for two videos, including a first look at gameplay.
Street Speed 717, also known as Michael Hyssong, wanted to pull off a stunt in his Lamborghini Urus SUV, but one that also involves his Aventador. So, he decided to launch his Urus over the parked Aventador, the latter of which is not protected in any way by barriers or other equipment. This means that just one misstep would be disastrous for at least one of the vehicles, but as you’re about to see, things do go as planned. Read more for the video.
NOVITEC is back at it again, and this time with new upgrades for the Lamborghini Huracán EVO RWD. Its high-performance exhaust system in stainless steel or Inconel boosts the output of the 5.2L V10 to 602 hp, and customers can even opt for .999 fine gold plated insulation. Aesthetically, it’s been fitted with a naked-carbon front spoiler that attaches to the lower part of the fascia, while an additional front wing is located above the center section. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
Photo credit: Frederik Steve Kristensenvia Car Scoops
Industrial designer Frederik Steve Kristensen may work for Danish hypercar manufacturer Zenvo, but in his spare time, he creates automobile concepts that may one day become a reality. The Lamborghini Matador is his latest project, and the main focus was the aerodynamic bits on the vehicle, which combines elements of the past, present as well as future. You may recognize some exterior components from previous Lamborghinis, but also some parts from Aston Martin and Lotus. Read more for additional pictures.
YouTube personality wanted a Lamborghini Urus, but not one you could pick up from any showroom. So, he contacted 1016 Industries to create the “Green Urnet,” a one-off Lamborghini Urus covered in multiple layers of carbon fiber, which gives it a unique look that’s not only rigid, but flexible enough to improve its aerodynamics. This same flexible carbon fiber material was used throughout the interior, complete with a star light kit on the roof panel, similar to what you find in Rolls-Royce vehicles. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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You can install tracks on just about any vehicle, including the Lamborghini Aventador, but it isn’t always a good idea to do so. This supercar already sits low to the ground, so even on tracks, it’s still doesn’t have enough clearance to make it over snowy mounds. In this case, the ground was a bit too icy for the AWD vehicle to handle even with tracks, and it either needed to have studded versions or custom chains. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Photo credit: Andrea Ortile via Car Scoops
It’s only a matter of time before all automobile manufacturers start releasing all-electric models, including Lamborghini, Ferrari, Porsche, Koenigsegg, Pagani and more. Industrial designer Andrea Ortile presents his vision of a Lamborghini electric hypercar, and it’s called the “E_X”. Starting from the outside, we see that there are no conventional windows, but rather a futuristic perforated film, similar to the advertisements you see on some metro trains / buses. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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Mumbai-based Executive Mod Trendz recently had a customer who wanted to transform their 2009 Honda Civic coupe into a supercar of sorts. So, the tuning shop decided to build a Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 shell for the car from scratch, and to be honest, it looks halfway decent. The dimensions on this knockoff may not match its real-life counterpart, but the matte black paint, along with the body panels could fool some people. Read more for a video of it rolling in the streets of India.
Another day, another one off Lamborghini. This one was developed by Squadra Corse, the firm’s in-house racing division, at the request of a customer participated in every step of the design process. Some of the inspirations came from the Diablo VT Roadster, Aventador J, Veneno Roadster, and the Concept S. The open-top SC20 has vents modeled after the Huracán Evo GT3, while out back, the rear lights look similar to the Sián’s. Its large rear wing has three position settings (low, medium, high) depending on the downforce required. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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The standard Lamborghini Huracán EVO already has a more aggressive design language, complete with a new front bumper with integrated aeroblades for improved downforce, along with rear styling inspired by the Performanté variant, having the same rear diffuser, exhaust pipe position and radiators. Now take one of these, chop the top off, and you get the world’s first Lamborghini Huracán EVO Aperta. Power comes from a VF Engineering supercharged 5.2L V10 engine generating 840-horsepower that sounds amazing coupled with the FI exhaust. Read more for a video tour, additional pictures and information.