The iconic Lamborghini Miura, which was produced from 1966 – 1973, was the first car to use a mid-engine layout, which has since become the standard for supercars. Five classic Lamborghini Miura models were recently showcased at the 2019 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance classic car show. The Miura is considered to be one of the most desirable classic cars to be owned and driven. Read the rest of this entry
What is the Lamborghini Aventador J?
First off, if you wound up here because you mistyped Aventador S or Aventador SVJ, let us assure you that the Aventador J is far stranger and much rarer than either of those two models. If you asked casual Lamborghini people about the Aventador J they may think you misspoke, and some enthusiasts may recall it as a concept car. Both are wrong. What is the Lamborghini Aventador J? We have answers. Read the rest of this entry
How fast was the Lamborghini Diablo?
When designing first began on the first successor to the Countach, there was one major milestone jotted down in the brief. The car was to exceed 315 km/h of 196 mph. To an American audience, 196 mph doesn’t sound nearly as impressive as 200 mph, but apparently, we had nothing to worry about. How fast was the Lamborghini Diablo? Let’s find out! Read the rest of this entry
What is the Lamborghini Urraco?
Anytime we take a look at a model of historical significance from Lamborghini, we have to spend a little time discussing what its name means. As you have already guessed, it does relate to bullfighting. In fact, Urraco means “little bull” and it is the name of a smaller breed of fierce fighting bulls. This makes it a very fitting name for the Urraco as you will learn below when we answer the question: what is the Lamborghini Urraco? Read the rest of this entry
What happened to the Lamborghini Miura used in The Italian Job?
If you have ever watched The Italian Job, then you’ve seen the iconic Lamborghini Miura racing up Italian mountain roads. You also saw its fate. What happened to the Lamborghini Miura used in The Italian Job? We finally have answers. Read the rest of this entry
What is the Lamborghini Espada?
In our quest to study and establish the significance of all major Lamborghini models, there’s one that we haven’t touched on yet. It’s called the Espada. What is the Lamborghini Espada and what role did it play in the Lamborghini history? That’s what we will tell you. Read the rest of this entry
What do the numbers on a Lamborghini engine mean?
All engines, regardless of make or model have a serial number, but that is not what we are talking about here. If you are familiar with Lamborghini, then you will have noticed a series of numbers printed and displayed on each engine. What do the numbers on a Lamborghini engine mean? We may be able to provide answers. Read the rest of this entry
How do paddle shifters work?
Do you want to know more about paddle shifters? How do paddle shifters work? Essentially, they are paddles that let you shift sequentially through the gears. Shifting up is typically done via the right paddle, and down via the left paddle. No clutch is required in these types of vehicles. Want to learn more? We can fill you in on all the details including some history and more. Read the rest of this entry
How many different Gallardo models did Lamborghini make?
With current known production numbers, the Lamborghini Gallardo has the highest production numbers of any Lamborghini model. Lamborghini produced the Gallardo from 2003 to 2013 making over 14,000 Gallardo vehicles in all, and many of them were of different models. How many different Gallardo models did Lamborghini make? We are going to attempt to answer that. Read the rest of this entry
What is the Lamborghini Egoista?
Lamborghini now has a four/five seat car in its lineup with the Urus, so it’s understandable if people are thinking they could one day go the other way and build a street car that just has a driver’s seat. Though that remains to be seen, you have to see the Lamborghini Egoista. What is the Lamborghini Egoista? Please allow us to introduce you. Read the rest of this entry