Don’t fret, kids – no Lambos died in the making of this artwork.
The Urus didn’t need more power. It's got some anyway.
The Huracan Evo is heaving with hot new tech, yet somehow feels more organic. It's also alarmingly easy to drive very quickly.
They claim everything is exact as the original, including the chassis. Iran supercars, one day?
631bhp, AWD, and laps the Nordschleife in 6:52.01. And now it’s in Malaysia. Run, and hide.
Dive head-first into a world of lairy paint hues, OTT leathers and infinite carbon fibre options.
Performante power, better aero and a new touchscreen. The baby Lambo grows up?
A 759bhp V12 in the angriest Aventador. In the snow. Only our expletives are louder.
Reimagining an icon for today's world, as it turns out, is quite hard.
On paper it's a clash of purposes, in reality it's a mouth-watering prospect. Can Lamborghini inject some real supercar DNA into a 2.2-tonne SUV?