Jessi And Patrick Travel To The Birthplace Of Lamborghini To Open Up An Aventador On The Italian Countryside
The List's tour of Italy continues as Jessi and Patrick visit Sant'Agata Bolognese, the home of Lamborghini. While a museum and factory tour provide a brief distraction, our hosts are champing at the bit to hop behind the wheel of the 691-horsepower Lamborghini Aventador.
MotorWeek is looking back on some of the most famous supercars of the '80s in a video that shouldn't be missed. It features the Ferrari 328, Lamborghini Jalpa and Lotus Esprit Turbo, along with a look at the tech in the Porsche 959.
Have your heart set on the new SuperVeloce version of the Lamborghini Aventador? Better start saving, because once the sticker price, gas-guzzler tax and destination charge are taken into account, it will set you back a whopping $493,095.
Lamborghini has been spied testing an Aventador SV Roadster in the arctic just after the coupe debuted in Geneva. Beyond the removable roof, it looks like Lambo is keeping the rest of the Superveloce intact.
The Lamborghini Aventador SV is a road-bound missile with power turned up to 740 horsepower and weight reduced by 110 pounds. The whole thing is accentuated with carbon-ceramic brakes, magnetic dampers and variable-ratio power steering.
Any subtlety from the Lamborghini Huracan is completely gone after Mansory gets done with it. The tuners bolt on a turbo to the V10 to bring things up to 838 horsepower and add a carbon-fiber widebody kit.