• Nov 25, 2006
The Lamborghini Store has introduced their line of holiday-themed home decorations, allowing you to trim your tree with Lamborghini's ceramic globes in Murcielago's Grigio Telesto color with that famous bull and shield.

Or you can set the mood at your holiday parties with Lamborghini candles. Using the same Grigio Telesto shade, the candles feature slow-burning wicks and are embossed with the Lambo shield and "Buon Natale," Italian for Merry Christmas. We're not sure what they smell like though. Burning rubber? Expensive Italian leather? Money?

And if you haven't already sent your cards, Lamborghini offers its own line of Christmas cards with translucent yellow envelopes. Included in the box is a white pen with which to write your holiday greetings on the cards' black paper.

Photos of the items after the jump.

[Source: Fourtitude]







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      • 8 Years Ago
      Fyi: US$51 for the 3 ornaments. $44 for the big candle.
      • 8 Years Ago
      For fools.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Well I have always wanted a Lamborghini, this candle will have to do for now ;-)
      • 8 Years Ago
      Cool! Hell, my wife spends more on her frog collection than this. I'm in.

      You guys don't get it at all. "Honey when are you going to set up the tree?" Last year, mumble, mumble, mumble. "Later, I'm watching the game! (insert whatever excuse here)

      This year she and the kids are out shopping, you use these ornaments, tools, pictures of cars, little car ornaments, all car related. She gets home. "Honey, I put up the tree and I even made it a theme, saw it on HGTV!"

      Payoff, you get what you want or she does not like it. She takes it down starts over and you never have to decorate the tree again, EVER. Think about it--------