Lamborghini Launches Topless Centenario

A few hours ago, Lamborghini launched the Centenario LP 770-4 Roadster at Monterey, California. The facts and figures are basically the same as for the coupe that was launched half a year ago, but the Roadster comes with no roof option whatsoever. 20 will be made, all are sold. Continue reading “Lamborghini Launches Topless Centenario”

Bravo, Bertone, Bravo! Or: The Lamborghini That Should Have Been

As I removed my shoes and lowered myself into the unique Lamborghini Bravo, my heart rate went up even more. A few minutes earlier, I had the exquisite pleasure of seeing this unique prototype again, three years after our first encounter. Regardless of category or age, this very car, with its apparent oxymoronic complex simplicity, is one of the creations that never ceases to draw me in. Continue reading “Bravo, Bertone, Bravo! Or: The Lamborghini That Should Have Been”

How Green Was My Lamborghini Veneno Roadster

2nd August 1914. The second bull of the afternoon enters the bullfighting arena of Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Nineteen-year-old bullfighter José Sánchez Rodríguez keeps a keen eye on the bull, bearing in mind its ominous name: Veneno, meaning venom. Continue reading “How Green Was My Lamborghini Veneno Roadster”

Lamborghini Countach “Walter Wolf” at Villa d’Este

Very few individuals have been as instrumental as Walter Wolf in keeping Lamborghini moving forward, most obviously so through the special Countaches he ordered and co-developed. Wolf owned at least four Countaches from new, starting out with a rather standard white LP400, to which he added a roof wing. Continue reading “Lamborghini Countach “Walter Wolf” at Villa d’Este”

Four Lamborghini Diablos in One Showroom

On the last day of April, I visited the showroom of TJ Auto, an independent car dealer located in Norway. There were several rare cars for sale, and every one of them could easily have been featured. However, I focused on the four Lamborghini Diablos and fired up my camera. Continue reading “Four Lamborghini Diablos in One Showroom”

Supercars and Whatnot Around Monza Circuit

The Blancpain race weekend at Monza in late April saw lots of powerful and desirable race cars, but there is always much more to be seen at such an event. My paddock walks and track exploration resulted in a long row of photos, so we’d better just get on with it. Continue reading “Supercars and Whatnot Around Monza Circuit”

A Day at the Races – Marco Mapelli in a Lamborghini Huracán GT3 at Monza

I had never been to a proper race, let alone a race circuit, as I arrived at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza last Saturday morning. Getting there earlier than necessary allowed me to spend some rather relaxing time walking around the paddock area to get a feeling of it all. Continue reading “A Day at the Races – Marco Mapelli in a Lamborghini Huracán GT3 at Monza”

Did Lamborghini Hide Their Best-Looking Car in Their Geneva VIP Lounge?

The doors of the 86th Geneva Motor Show are long since closed, and the time for reminiscence is already here. One thing keeps my mind occupied: Did Lamborghini really hide their best looking car in their VIP lounge, out of view from the vast majority of visitors? Continue reading “Did Lamborghini Hide Their Best-Looking Car in Their Geneva VIP Lounge?”

A Closer Look at the Lamborghini Centenario

It’s been a week since Lamborghini pulled the covers off the Centenario LP 770-4, the new name for the highly limited, cutting-edge design and performance car from Lamborghini. I reckon it’s about time we delve into the details of this creature. Continue reading “A Closer Look at the Lamborghini Centenario”

Touchdown for Lamborghini Huracán Avio

The second piece of car news from Lamborghini at the Geneva Motor Show was this matte blue Huracán LP 610-4 Avio, which I wrote about nearly a month ago. Avio is Italian for aviation, and the anticipated aviation roundel was to be found in several locations, both inside and out. Continue reading “Touchdown for Lamborghini Huracán Avio”