Lamborghini Centenario Roadster


When in Geneva we first saw the Centenario, half of our office has not been positively impressed, perhaps also because of the amount of other proposals admired at the Swiss fair. But at “The Quail”, during the Monterey Car Week, Lamborghini has exploded like a bolt from the blue, presenting the roadster version of the … [Read more…]

Lamborghini Countach 5000s


The Countach was first unveiled at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show as the Miura’s replacement, engineered by Giampaolo Dallara and breathtakingly styled by Marcello Gandini of Bertone fame. For a complicated, hand-built car, the Countach delivered all the reliable high performance that its swooping looks promised. In 1982, a 4.75-liter 375 bhp V12 was shoe-horned … [Read more…]

Lamborghini Miura


The launch of the Lamborghini Miura at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show was the decade’s automotive sensation. Staggeringly beautiful, technically preeminent, and unbelievably quick, it was created by a triumvirate of engineering wizards all in their twenties. For the greater part of its production life the Miura was reckoned to be the most desirable car … [Read more…]

Lamborghini Estoque


Everyone blinked twice and looked again and — yes — it really was a Lamborghini. But of course this racy four-door sports saloon concept car was indeed most unlike any previous Lambo.

Lamborghini Gallardo


Lambo’s `Junior Murcielago’ — the Gallardo coupe — was as sporty as mid-engined, mid-sized supercars come. Named after a renowned breed of fighting bull, the Gallardo (Spanish for `gallant’) first appeared as a rival to the Ferrari 360 in 2003 and went on to become Lamborghini’s all-time bestseller.

Lamborghini Reventon – 2008

Lamborghini Reventon - 2008

It’s much rarer than one in a million — just 20 Lamborghini Reventons were scheduled following the sensational revelation of Lambo’s most expensive road car to date at Frankfurt in 2007. Owners of this million-euro machine drive a car named after the fast fighting bull that killed ill-fated young torero Felix Guzman in the 1940s.

Lamborghini Murcielago – 2001

Lamborghini Murcielago - 2001

Menacing and meticulous, raucous and refined, brutish and brilliant — the Lambo Murcielago has dominated the supercar decade in the minds of dedicated enthusiasts, for all that dozens of contenders have been clamouring for top honours.

Lamborghini Diablo – 1990


Despite being a devil in disguise (well, in Spanish then) it wasn’t necessary to sell one’s soul to get a Lambo Diablo — just greeting the model launch in 1990 with a briefcase containing around $250,000 would do the trick. This wide, low-slung wedge with its characteristic grooved skirt and rounded air scoops in front … [Read more…]

Lamborghini Countach – 1974


The words ‘instant’ and ‘legend’ can but rarely be combined when it comes to describing a new car’s impact, but are truly justified in the case of the Lambo Countach’s arrival in the world of exotic automobiles. Perhaps the reason was a persistent rumour that this was the fastest production car ever, or maybe it … [Read more…]