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2019 Lamborghini Urus recalled

Lamborghini has recalled the 2019 Urus, over concerns about missing labels on the sun visors. According to Lamborghini, the car's sun visor doesn't have the required labelling advising consumers not to install rear-facing child seats in the front seat. The owner's manual also doesn't feature reference to the label, meaning it doesn't meet ADR 73/00 regulations in Australia...

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato could go into limited production - report

In order to keep sales ticking over, the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato concept might be trundling down the production line in the not-too-distant future. Maurizio Reggiani, Lamborghini's chief technical officer, has told Automobile magazine the "provisional business case suggests that we can build [the Sterrato] at a profit"...

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato concept unveiled

Lamborghini has given its entry-level supercar a dash of off-road ability, this morning revealing the Huracan Sterrato concept. The high(er)-riding Sterrato is powered by the same naturally-aspirated 5.2-litre V10 used in the Huracan Evo, making the same 477kW. Also standard is all-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, and torque vectoring...

Lamborghini Urus: Hi-po 'Evo' model in the works

The Urus is already one of the fastest SUVs ever, but Lamborghini isn't resting on its laurels, allegedly. Motor Trend's Johnny Lieberman recently took to his Instagram (see bottom), saying he's had word from a "well placed source" that Lamborghini is working on an even "higher performance version" of the Urus, though a name hasn't been confirmed...

Lamborghini restores Miura from The Italian Job

Lamborghini has tracked down the Miura used in the opening scene of The Italian Job, exactly five decades on from the legendary film's release. Although it was destroyed on screen, the Miura P400 you see here survived filming unscathed. Paramount did show a wrecked Miura, but it wasn't this one...

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster revealed

Lamborghini has revealed the Aventador SVJ Roadster for the Geneva motor show this week, which the company says brings "exclusive open air driving perfection". As expected, the convertible version of the Raging Bull's flagship draws upon the coupe's mechanical and aerodynamic package, while swapping out the fixed hard roof for removable carbon-fibre panels that can be stowed in the 'frunk' – or front trunk, if you will...

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster headed to Geneva - report

It appears Lamborghini is planning a pretty significant reveal for the Geneva motor show later this week, specifically a drop-top version of its Aventador SVJ flagship (coupe pictured). American publication Carscoops claims it has unnamed sources telling it the Raging Bull will bring the Aventador SVJ Roadster to the Swiss event, complete with all the mechanical and aerodynamic upgrades already seen in the coupe, though with a removable carbon-fibre roof...

2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder revealed - UPDATE

The Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder has been revealed ahead of its physical debut at the 2019 Geneva motor show, which starts at the beginning of March. UPDATE, 4/3/19: Lamborghini's local division has issued a statement regarding local pricing and specifications for the Huracan Evo Spyder...

Lamborghini Huracan Evo: How it draws inspiration from the Countach

There’s no mistaking a Lamborghini for anything else – and it’s been that way since Ferruccio Lamborghini formed his sports car company in 1963 in the tiny rural town of Sant’ Agata Bolognese. The 350GT was the first model to roll out of the factory in 1964 (only 131 were ever built), but it was the drop-dead gorgeous Miura that took the motoring world by storm and single-handedly created the supercar segment, well ahead of arch-rival Ferrari...

Lamborghini Huracan Evo: Why it's heavier than the Performante, but no slower

Last week's launch of the Lamborghini Huracan Evo was an eye-opening experience, not least for the fact that it can match the super lightweight Performante in a straight drag race. The car is fast... Not only can it hold the Performante in a straight line, Lamborghini's chief technical officer, Maurizio Reggiani told CarAdvice the Evo is faster around many sections of the Nardo test track...

CarAdvice podcast 137: 2019 Suzuki Jimny reviewed

On the podcast this week are Mandy Turner, Alborz Fallah, and Mike Stevens. Check out the classy shirts the guys are wearing below... Kez Casey joins us for car news, where we discuss the Toyota Supra sold for US$2.1 million. The 2020 Volkswagen Golf Mk8 has been snapped, while BMW and Mercedes-Benz are discussing a joint front-wheel drive platform, and Tesla has increased its Supercharger prices as it slashes seven per cent of its workforce...