He was driving a rented Lamborghini Huracan.
At least it's not as complicated as the Bugatti Veyron...
It's stunningly fast, undeniably beautiful, and somehow even feels like a good deal at its base price of $308,859.
Last November, Lamborghini gave Pope Francis a Huracán RWD customized in the white and gold colors of Vatican City. Unsurprisingly, Pope Francis announced it would be auctioned for charity, and that auction occurred this past week. The car rolled across the block of an RM Sotheby's auction and brought in 715,000 euros, which at current exchange rates is about $857,000.
It's official, Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali confirmed to Top Gear magazine that the next-generation Aventador and Huracán will get plug-in hybrid powertrains. Autocar reported last October that the next Huracán would get "next-generation" batteries to aid its naturally aspirated V10 when it debuts around 2022. The fate of the Aventador S's successor, however, was unclear beyond the certainty of it featuring a mid-mounted V12. Now we know it will get a naturally aspirated V12
It takes 17 seconds to open the roof and just 9.3 seconds to hit 124 mph.
Dany Bahar's company specializes in reinterpreting existing cars in a bespoke way. The Panther is the latest project.
The new Popemobile, it's not. But after being blessed and autographed, it'll be auctioned for charity.
This may be the Aventador replacement.
How one classic element has stayed fresh for 43 years, and other tidbits from Sant'Agata.
This is Lamborghini's way of saying that its future will not just be high-tech, it'll be very loud.
Job one: Transport human organs.
It's all about the aero – nothing sinister – company CEO claims.
Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva looks like a major step forward in automotive performance.
It doesn't really matter in the end.
It weighs less and has stiffer suspension than normal Huracáns, too.
Smashing the record set by the Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV.