Lamborghini Cars

Born of a desire to build the world's best grand touring automobiles, Italian industrialist Ferruccio Lamborghini founded his automotive company in 1963. Beginning with the V12-powered 350 GT, that low-volume model evolved into the more practical (and powerful) 400 GT 2+2. It wasn't, however, until the introduction of the mid-engined Miura that Lamborghini fully landed on the automotive map, blowing more minds - at the time - than pop psychologist Timothy Leary. The Miura was followed by the equally daring Countach, which was succeeded by the Diablo and Murcielago. And while Lamborghini had occasionally returned to its front-engined roots, its identity is firmly established with the mid-engined format. With numerous ownership changes over the last forty years, Lamborghini would seem to have found a permanent home within the corporate umbrella of Volkswagen's Audi.

With but two models, well short of what is offered by Ferrari, Bentley or Aston Martin, Lamborghini would seem to be at a competitive disadvantage. But both the 'entry level' Huracan and V12-powered Aventador have passionate followings, and in the exotic market passion begets profit. The V10-equipped Huracan is the brand's most affordable, popular and - given its tossability - most fun to drive. The Aventador, with a suggested retail of roughly $400,000, is the company's most expensive production model.


2018 Lamborghini Huracan
2018 Lamborghini Huracan
MSRP:
$238,600
Engine:
5.2L V-10
MPG:
14 City / 19 HWY
2017 Lamborghini Aventador
2017 Lamborghini Aventador
MSRP:
$399,500
Engine:
6.5L V-12
MPG:
11 City / 18 HWY
2017 Lamborghini Huracan
2017 Lamborghini Huracan
MSRP:
$238,500
Engine:
5.2L V-10
MPG:
14 City / 21 HWY
2016 Lamborghini Aventador
2016 Lamborghini Aventador
MSRP:
$399,500
Engine:
6.5L V-12
MPG:
11 City / 18 HWY
Pope Francis gets a papal-themed Lamborghini Huracan

It's painted in Monocerus white with Tiberio yellow stripes.

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For Sale

2007 Lamborghini Gallardo
$109,999 / 18,000 miles / CA
2017 Lamborghini Huracan
$204,888 / 3,189 miles / CA
2015 Lamborghini Huracan
$214,880 / 15,692 miles / CA
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2016 Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 Spyder First Drive
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Lamborghini, Bentley recalling models with carbon-ceramic brakes

An issue involving carbon-ceramic brakes has prompted Lamborghini and Bentley to recall certain models so equipped. The problem, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, revolves around the stainless steel screws that secure the brake rotors, which are prone to corrosion when exposed to salty conditions.
Lamborghini Gallardo recalled for possible power steering fluid leak

Up to 1,491 examples of the 2004-2006 Lamborghini Gallardo coupe and Spyder are being recalled due to potential power steering system leaks. Fluid can escape from high-pressure pipes located near the hydraulic pump, and if the fluid comes into contact with an ignition source a fire could result.

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