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Lamborghini passion over politics

Lamborghini has no intentions of downsizing its engine line-up to satisfy the growing emphasis toward improving fuel consumption and emissions, according to CEO Stephan Winkelmann. The news is in contrast to rival Ferrari's plan to scrap its V12 power plant for future models in favour of a lighter, more efficient twin-turbo V8 unit...

Lamborghini Reventón takes on a Tornado

In a nod to its aero-inspired origins, the Lamborghini Reventón has taken on an A200-A Tornado fighter plane at a military airfield in Brescia, Italy. On the 3km Ghedi airstrip, a Lambo test driver, ahem, piloted the Reventón to its top speed of 340km/h, taking the lead in a standing start race...

Lamborghini & Ferrari at Motor Show

While Mini, Fiat, Citroen, Alfa Romeo and Jaguar have all abandoned next month's Australian International Motor Show, the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini have delighted car fans by announcing their appearance. The competing Italian brands will battle it out at the show with the Ferrari 430 Scuderia making its Asia-Pacific debut, while the raging bull fights back with the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera (Italian for "superlight")...

Lamborghini Reventón

With only 20 examples set for production, Lamborghini's new jet fighter-inspired Reventón supercar is set to become one of the most exclusive Lamborghini's ever made. Based on the Murciélago LP640, the most obvious feature of the Reventón is its radically styled front diffuser. Whilst obviously not funnelling air to the 650hp 6...

V8 Lamborghini Gallardo?

Rumours are out and about everywhere, first was the Audi RS4 sedan going out of production rumour, which Audi Australia spokeswoman Anna Burgdorf denied (and Audi US spokesman also denied) and now, WorldCarFans reports a V8-powered Lamborghini Gallardo at the Nürburgring...

Lamborghini Gallardo Privilegio

Its not very often you see a nice Lamborghini in Australia, however with the introduction of the Gallardo (pronounced Gay-ardo) last year, the street presence of Lambos has increased quite a lot! I guess given that the Gallardo is a beauty of a car... costing around $450,000 brand new (as low as $300,000 for second hand one) more people are deciding to pick it over a Ferrari or say, an Astin Martin...