New 800-Horsepower Lamborghini to Be Privately Previewed

800-horsepower Lamborghini

Word is that the Raging Bull will be introducing a new 800-horsepower Lamborghini at a private showing. The car is such a secret that none have an inkling of what it is. The new Lamborghini could be a one-off, very limited special edition or a special version of an existing model.

The Lamborghini Asterion

The anticipation of the new 800-horsepower Lamborghini is burning up the internets. As it stands, there are currently two production models out there, the Lamborghini Aventador and the Lamborghini Huracan. Is the brand going to unleash something completely different? There is the Lamborghini Egoista, of course, which came out in 2013 and the awe-inspiring Lamborghini Veneno hypercar. Will this be of the same breed of Bull, or perhaps a hybrid or electric super ninja to compete with the LaFerrari and Porsche 918? read more

Another 1 of 20 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Track Cars is For Sale

Lamborghini Sesto Elemento

The Raging Bull reimagined the supercar when it developed the carbon fiber Lamborghini Sesto Elemento a few years ago. With the body, drive shaft, suspension and chassis all made of the tough and lightweight material, it became a speed demon shedding the previous pounds that were holding some siblings back from achieving better performance figures. Just 20 examples of the Sesto Elemento were created, and it always makes headlines when one turns up for sale.

There is a Lamborghini Sesto Elemento for sale for anyone in the mood to deplete their bank accounts by $3 million dollars. The Sesto Elemento, or ‘sixth element’, is a brazen beast capable of annihilating the not to 60 mile per hour jaunt in a leisurely 2.5 seconds, traveling on to reach 100 miles per hour approximately 2 seconds later. The top speed for the Sesto is around 215+ miles per hour thanks to her trim 2, 200 pound curb weight—which is less than the diminutive Mazda Miata. read more

Young Chap Crashes His Lamborghini and Bentley In the Same Day

A perhaps new-to-the-game exotic car owner suffered the misfortune of crashing both his beloved Bentley and Lamborghini on the very same day! Reports read that the owner, 21-year-old Elijah Oyefeso, merely laughed-off the double exotic car crash…but we all know he must have wept silently into his car-shaped pillow later that night.

Elijah is said to be a young city trader doing rather well for himself—well enough to acquire and crash pricey exotic cars with nary a care. The clip above provides many angles of the damage to both vehicles. read more

Lamborghini Huracan Vs. Porsche 918 Spider

Automotive personality Shmee150 seems to attend all of the noteworthy events, this time he uploaded the awesome footage below of the new Lamborghini Huracan monster taking on the electric Porsche 918 spyder. Exotic car racing could be the perfect occupation and pass time for auto enthusiast, as it is a chance to see all those figures put to the test on the pavement. Alas, while we all know a talented driver can make a difference, it still boils down to sheer engineering. Check out what happens in the short clip below:

The video below shows footage from both the Lamborghini Huracan and the Porsche 918 during the drag challenge. Shmee150 is riding shotgun in the Huracan and details some of the action in his special commentary style, which is a bit like a PG13 Jeremy Clarkson. read more

Why the Mansory Torofeo Lamborghini Huracan is a Beast

The Lamborghini Huracan is enough by itself, but the fabulous minds at Mansory have done what they do best—which is take a perfectly good machine to a whole new level. Meet the Mansory Torofeo Lamborghini Huracan, a raging 1,000 horsepower supercar packed with additional performance upgrades. To put that feat into perspective, the standard Lamborghini Huracan puts out around 610 horses. The appearance of the Mansory version would be enough without any additional power–but the medley of both is quite intoxicating! read more

Perfect Lamborghini Diablo Waits For New Home

Lamborghini Diablo

There is a rare find available out there in the form of a 1999 Lamborghini Diablo with just 15k on the odometer. That means the perfect specimen has only been used and abused a scant 1k miles a year since birth. Aside from the obviously extremely gentle use, the unique blue flake metal exterior demands attention and stands out from the crowds of other exotic sports monsters.

The Lamborghini Diablo roadster is attached to an asking price of $278,888 USD.

The Lamborghini Diablo has bragging rights to being the first machine produced by the brand that could surpass the 200-mile per hour mark. The production run for the epic model ended way back in 2001, with the Lamborghini Murcielago revving up to take its place. The long-running Gallardo came in after that, and now we are dazzled by the Aventador and the all-new Huracan. Even with all of the new offerings from the Raging Bull, the older models maintain their value as collector cars and also that special vibe one can only get while gripping the wheel and experiencing the brand’s rich history. read more

Italian Government May Shell Out $111 Million for Lamborghini SUV Production

Lamborghini SUV

While the Raging Bull has yet to confirm a production date for the Lamborghini SUV, that could soon change if rumors that the Italian government is prepared to pad the operations. Will the Lamborghini Urus SUV be built thanks to $111 million dollars from the government?

The prospect of a Lamborghini SUV seems to have evolved a bit past speculation and concepting, and it seems that the country is geared up to help the cause. Representatives from Lamborghini and the Italian government had a meeting recently in Rome to cover incentives and tax items, reportedly. Sources revealed that the government then sweetened the deal with the outlandish offer of hundreds of millions of dollars to see that the company moves forward to producing the luxury SUV. The economy in Italy is still very much in recovery, and producing the Lamborghini Urus would create hundreds of jobs to help boost unemployment. read more

Just 600 Examples of the Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce Will Be Created

Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce

In the interest of keeping things interesting and exclusive, just 600 examples of the new Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce shall be created. That means just 600 units for the total production run, not annually. The announcement was made during this year’s Shanghai Motor Show.

The hot new Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV will boast a small production run of just 600, so buyers will need to act fast. Watch the beast apex it out in the short clip above!

The Lamborghini Aventador SV was officially introduced at the Geneva Motor Show, and has since made cameos in Amelia Island and Shanghai. While the production run may seem small, bear in mind that just a decade ago the Raging Bull was barely building that many models per year. Last year, the total units produced were around 2,500, indicating a steady growth over the years for the brand.  read more

Lamborghini Huracan Spyder: Success as a Successor

Lamborghini Huracan Spyder

The Lamborghini Huracan has been a phenomenal success. As the successor to the long-running Lamborghini Gallardo, the Huracan certainly had large tires to fill. Now that she has proven herself in terms of popularity, the nice lady is about to take off her top and become even sexier. Delicious renderings are leaking out of the digitally transformed Huracan in convertible format.

Does the Lamborghini Huracan look better with her top off? It is not likely that the Raging Bull would encounter any issues unloading all units if produced! The rendering above shows the potential Huracan Superleggera and Lamborghini Huracan spyder models. read more

Will There Be Two More Lamborghini Huracan Options Emerging?

Lamborghini Huracan options

Word has emerged that the Raging Bull is working on two additional Lamborghini Huracan options and that both will offer RWD. The Lamborghini Huracan was released exclusively with AWD, leaving drivers who prefer RWD to look elsewhere. Did the AWD only option cost enough sales to lead the Bull to create more versatility among the siblings?

Those left distraught over the AWD only Lamborghini Huracan may soon have two RWD options to mull over. The model has enjoyed very healthy sales since the introduction, so more options should lead to even more success.  read more