Yesterday we told you about the Lamborghini Egoista Concept. Well, the car that celebrates Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary was caught on video with its cockpit closing and engine running. The video gives you an idea of what this jet fighter inspired supercar will be like.
The video is from the invite only celebration of the brand where the car was unveiled.… Read more
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Lamborghini brand the Italian supercar maker has unveiled the Lamborghini Egoista. The concept was designed by Walter De Silva and it pay homage to the brands heritage. In true Lamborghini form the car looks like something from another world.
The design was unveiled during an invite only celebration for the brand’s anniversary.… Read more
This year Lamborghini is celebrating its 50th anniversary and what better way to celebrate 50 years than with a grand tour. The tour will include 350 car made from the ranging bull. The models that will be in attendance range from the Lamborghnini Miura to the Aventador. The cars are from many different countries including 25 from the United States.… Read more
The Ferrari F40, Porsche 911 GT2, Lamborghini Diablo and Nissan Skyline GT-R are some legendary sports cars and certainly some of the best cars from the 80′s and 90′s. The performance that each of these cars had when new was mind blowing. These are cars that are still good perfomers today, but when they were new, they were the best available.… Read more
Only three Lamborghini Venenos will be made and all three multimillion dollar examples have already been sold. This video shows the prototype that made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show getting driven after the show. The video mainly shows the car backing up and the driver has to use the traditional Lamborghini way of backing up the car.
The biggest take away from the video is just how good the car sounds.… Read more
Both the Lamborghini Aventador and Nissan GT-R are some pretty great supercars. How they go about getting all that power to ground is different with the GT-R being essentially a supercomputer on wheels and the Aventador is more of an old school brute force machine. That isn’t to say that the Lamborghini is not technically advanced, but it has more of a heart instead of having the technology get in between you and the driving experience.… Read more
Porsche 911s are incredible cars, but are not what One would think of as ruling the drag strip. 911s tend to be more of a road track car thanks to their handling and good straight line speed. Obviously a 1994 Twin Turbo powered Porsche 911 C2 should not be able to win over cars like a 1550-horsepower Lamborghini and a 1200-horsepower Viper on a drag strip.… Read more
The Electronic Stability Program (ESP) that is provided in cars these days does a really good job of trying to keep the car from spinning if it starts to loose traction. Even in an all-wheel drive car like the Lamborghini Gallardo you can get yourself into some sticky situations. But does having ESP off change anything when you are trying to correct the car?… Read more
At the 2013 Amelia Island event there was a celebration of 50 years of Lamborghini. This video of Jay Leno’s Garage highlights the celebration and features the 2013 Aventador Roadster, 2013′s Super Trofeo and a rare one-off 1968 Miura Concept. This video shows some incredible supercars from Lamborghini.
Unfortunately, Jay couldn’t make this years show, but he does do an intro to the video.… Read more
Most automotive enthusiasts would give their right arm to be able to drive the Ferrari F12 Berlineta, Lamborghini Aventador and Aston Martin Vanquish on some great winding roads.
All three cars are great on their own with the Aston being very fast, yet quite refined when just cruising down the road. The Lamborghini is a more focused car that can drive very quickly in a straight line, but is still civil in the corners.… Read more