The LEGO Group partnered with Automobili Lamborghini to create the LEGO Technic Lamborghini Sián FKP 37. This 1:8 scale replica has 3,696-pieces in a vivid lime-green color, complete with golden rims. It measures over 5” high, 23” long and 9” wide, making it the perfect addition to any LEGO collection. Features include a mini V12 engine, pop-up rear spoiler, front / rear suspension, and steering powered by a wheel adorned with the iconic Lamborghini emblem. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
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The very first Lamborghini Countach LP500 made its public debut at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show, and the team spent the subsequent three years refining this radical prototype into the production-ready LP400. On the other hand, the DMC DeLorean was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and known mainly for its gull-wing doors as well as brushed stainless-steel outer body panels. What happens if you combine the two? The E.V.E. Countach by automotive designer Khyzyl Saleem of course. Read more for additional pictures.
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The Lamborghini Urus concept made its debut at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show and is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0L V8, a modified version of Audi’s 4.0 L V8, generating 641 hp, mated to an 8-speed ZF 8HP automatic transmission. German-based tuner HGP wanted to make this SUV a lot faster by equipping it with their Stage 2 upgrade kit, which includes larger turbos as well as a new air intake, to boost output to 947 hp and 922 lb-ft of torque.Read more for a video and additional information.
Lamborghini just unveiled the Huracán EVO Rear-Wheel Drive Spyder, and it’as basically a droptop released earlier this year, but with more oversteer. It’s powered by a 5.2L V10 producing 610 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque, mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, enabling it to accelerate from 0-62 mph in just 3.5-seconds, while topping out at 201 mph. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Japan-based tuning shop Albermo has just released a body kit that turns the Toyota RAV4 into a Lamborghini Urus knockoff. The kit comes in several pieces: an unpainted front bumper ($1,291), honeycomb mesh in the corners ($75), revamped rear panel ($730) and four-piece side moldings ($150). Unfortunately, nothing was added to the stock engine to at least give it some additional performance. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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The Vector M12, produced from 1995-1999, was based on the Lamborghini Diablo and used most of its mechanical components as well as its V12 engine. Megatech owned Lamborghini at that time and decided to reuse parts to produce the car in higher volumes at a lower cost. What if a modern version was made based on the Lamborghini Aventador? Meet the NEO Vector 2020 by automotive designer Giulio Partisani. Read more for additional pictures and information, along with a bonus video.
Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini has converted its flagship factory in Bologna into a face mask manufacturing division, overseen by Italy’s Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences, in a bid to help the country. In addition toe cloth face masks, made of cloth, they’re also manufacturing full face plexiglass shields at the Sant’Agata Bolognese plant. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Thailand-based P.S. Modify specializes in hand-crafting supercar knockoffs based on existing vehicles, but these are more than just a simple body kit. For starters, the Toyota MR2 you see above was transformed into a Lamborghini Veneno, and it will set you back a coo $36,000. All of these custom builds include a bespoke body kit, engine mods, a revamped interior / doors, and lots more. Read more for a video and additional information.
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Designed by George Milidrag and Hulki Aldikacti, the Pontiac Fiero is a mid-engined sports car that was built by General Motors between 1983-1988. Many technologies incorporated in this vehicle, like composite panels, hidden headlamps and, stereo speakers built into the driver / passenger headrests, were radical for their time. Unfortunately, its time has long gone, and many owners have resorted to transforming them into other supercars, such as the Lamborghini Countach. Read more for another picture.
This isn’t the first homemade Tesla Cybertruck, but this one takes design cues from Lamborghini. The builder from China spent a few months finishing off all the fine details, and as you can see, it was well worth all the work. Much of that time was spent modifying the vehicle’s lines to give it a bit more flair, and shying away from the boxy look. Read more for a video and additional information.