Lamborghini has signed an agreement with the Italian branch of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to define the sportscar of the future.
Fans of Lamborghini will be able to get up close with two of the luxury car manufacturer’s creations at the SINGAPORE RENDEZVOUS.
To mark coachbuilder Touring Superleggera’s 90th anniversary, the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile in Turin is hosting a retrospective exhibition.
American automakers have indeed made valuable contributions to the world of supercars, as the news of the Saleen S7 going back into production reminds us.
The Concours D’Elegance event will see some of Lamborghini’s most famous and best examples gathered at Blenheim Palace.
The world’s most prestigious car brands came together to showcase their finest creations at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
We take a look at why the Ferrari tops the list of most desirable collectible car, inching out the competition year after year.
Lamborghini looks to the skies for the limited edition Huracán LP610-4 Avio, giving it custom-developed aeronautic exterior paints and liveries.
The British automotive manufacturer does just as well off the tracks, with a remarkable sales figure of 1654 road-legal vehicles last year.
The luxury Italian car maker sets a record for itself this year.
Unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Lamborghini Aventador Miura Homage will be limited to 50 examples.
The House of the Raging Bull celebrates its icons with a renovated museum and a tour with surviving Miuras.
The Lamborghini Museum in Sant’ Agata Bolognese is hosting an exhibition by artist Alfonso Borghi, made up of works inspired by the Lamborghini Miura.
Techno-Classica is the largest classic car show in the world – so large that we thought you might appreciate a simple curated list!
Singer and PoloStorico Lamborghini show how to give those old models a new shine at Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance.
Bringing together the essence of driving fun and the best of the Huracán series, we check out the latest rear-wheel drive by Lamborghini.
Italian raging bull Lamborghini reports sales of 3,425 cars in 2015. This is a first in the luxury performance firm’s 53-year history.
As was widely expected, Italian automaker Lamborghini has revealed a new, more driver focused, two-wheel-drive version of its Huracán supercar at this year’s LA Auto Show.
Lamborghini is smartening up its already rather smart Huracán for 2016 with a list of new features but it is also gearing up to take the wraps off a more ferocious, driver-focused version at this month’s LA Auto Show.
The Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder will be making its global debut on Tuesday.