50 Years of the Miura – Lamborghini Adding Anniversary Logos and Preparing to Celebrate

Lamborghini are gearing up to the 50th anniversary of the Miura, which was first shown at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show. Two trademark applications were filed on the 24th Jan, one says “Miura 50” and the other simply “M50”, both with illustrative logos to match. The applications seem to cover everything from actual cars to pedal cars and merchandise. Continue reading “50 Years of the Miura – Lamborghini Adding Anniversary Logos and Preparing to Celebrate”

New Film on Life and Times of Lamborghini Announced

Under the working title of “Lamborghini – The Legend“, AMBI Group have announced that they will fund and produce a biographical film on the remarkable life of the even more remarkable Ferruccio Lamborghini. Continue reading “New Film on Life and Times of Lamborghini Announced”

Lamborghini Huracán LP 580-2 Announced

Lamborghini today announced the Huracán LP 580-2 at the Los Angeles Auto Show with the catchphrase “the essence of driving fun”. It incorporates a new dynamic design in both the front and the rear, as the photos clearly show. Stephan Winkelmann, president of Automobili Lamborghini, says the LP 580-2 is just the remedy for “those wanting an even more intense driving experience”. Continue reading “Lamborghini Huracán LP 580-2 Announced”

Two-wheel Drive Lamborghini Huracán Just Around the Corner, Sideways

With the popularity of the RWD Gallardo, it should come as no surprise that Lamborghini once again are removing a few axles, only this time to produce the Huracán LP580-2, a two-wheel Huracán for the open road. It will be lighter than its AWD twins, and even with a slightly reduced power output, it will reach 100 km/h from a standstill in 3.4 seconds (same as Spyder) and max out at 320 km/h. Continue reading “Two-wheel Drive Lamborghini Huracán Just Around the Corner, Sideways”

Lamborghini Opening Up The Huracán

On the eve of 14 September, during the Volkswagen Group Night at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Lamborghini showed the Huracán LP610-4 Spyder to the press for the first time. Photos quickly found their way onto the Internet, and it was clear to see that Lamborghini had gone for a soft-top solution, similar to the Gallardo Spyder. Continue reading “Lamborghini Opening Up The Huracán”

Centenary of Ferruccio Lamborghini

Ferruccio Elio Arturo Lamborghini. That was the full name given to a certain baby boy born on 28 April 1916 in the Italian town of Renazzo. A hundred years later, enthusiasts around the world will celebrate his centenary, and for good reason. Continue reading “Centenary of Ferruccio Lamborghini”