The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is not only the perfect sign-off to old-school, analogue supercars, it welcomes a new era in aero wizardry.
The best roadster on the planet, happens to have 12 cylinders and sound like a Senna-era Formula 1 car.
Lamborghini promised it would deliver the world's fastest internal-combustion-powered SUV with the Urus. It's done that and more.
The very best Lamborghini ever made, also happens to be the most dynamically capable supercar you can currently buy in Australia. Introducing the Lamborghini Huracan Performante...
Never before has a car made us so happy and yet so scared all at once. Meet the fearsome Lamborghini Aventador S.
It could be the most beautiful sound you’ve never heard; the booming, Wagnerian-opera roar of a Lamborghini V10 being joined in duelling duet by a V12. Either engine sound on its own is glorious, particularly when bounced off the cliffs of the Great Ocean Road along which we are low-flying at some pace, but there is a moment when the two notes reach some kind of harmonic balance and it actually sounds like they are singing together, although howling might be a better word...
With the Performante, Lamborghini has created not only the best Huracan currently on sale, but also a new best-in-class legend.
The cheapest Lamborghini convertible also just happens to be the best.
The brutal Lamborghini Aventador has stepped up a notch to the subtly changed Aventador S. Under the skin though is more power, more tech and more agility. James hits the Phillip Island Circuit in the big V12 to see if the S makes all the difference.
If you’re anything like me, you’ll be sucked into glimpses of Keeping up with the Kardashians and Housewives of Beverly Hills while your other half has command of the television remote. Or am I the only one? I’m going to sound like a bit of a downer here, but don’t be fooled by all the glitz and glamour of these reality TV shows...
Revised for 2017, the Aventador S replaces the LP700-4 and has more power, better aero efficiency, four-wheel steering and, according to Lamborghini, more predictable ability at the limit. Let's find out.