Stand at the business end of a Lamborghini doing a smokey burnout and you're bound to get a lung or two full of all kinds of noxious chemicals. But if a showboating Aventador isn't at your disposal, soon you'll be able to light up a Lamborghini cigarette.
The Raging Bull smokes are reportedly being launched by South Korean tobacco giant KT&G on April 18 in collaboration with (read: under license from) Tonino Lamborghini. The brand already offers an assortment of high-end cigarette lighters (like the one pictured at right), cases, ashtrays and other smoking paraphernalia.

Tonino Lamborghini, we should note, is a merchandising brand that – while founded by supercar and tractor guru Ferruccio Lamborghini's son and bearing a similar logo – has nothing more to do these days with the automaker than that. So if you find the correlation a bit too commercial, you'll just have to look to the models standing next to the company's supercars at any given auto show, the ones stepping out of them onto the curbs outside any city's hottest clubs or the temperature of their engine's cam covers for your official dose of Lamborghini-grade smokin' hotness.


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      • 2 Years Ago
      wtf is with that last sentence? why?
      Go
      • 2 Years Ago
      Just when I thought Lamborghini couldn't get more douchey... Great cars. Really lame customer base. And...Cigarettes? Given how many millions of people are now dying in Asia over cigarette addiction, I suspect this will not do Lamborghini any good either.
      JR
      • 2 Years Ago
      Kool.
      Brent Schmidt
      • 2 Years Ago
      I don't even smoke but I will have to find these and take them home before my year here is up...