One way to describe the current Lamborghini lineup of cars is to liken it to a balanced diet of awesomeness. For those with deep enough pockets, there’s something for everyone; road-going sports cars, track-oriented supercars, limited-edition halo cars, and of course, an SUV. This lineup, this diet, has everything that could possibly be good for the soul.
Their latest model continues to be the Urus - Lamborghini’s first proper SUV in the modern age.
It is exactly what you expect from a Lamborghini SUV, and any car for that matter. Tremendous performance, class leading dynamics and a road presence unlike any other in its class. It is also quite practical, to boot. So successful has been the Urus’ inaugural appearance, that closest rival Ferrari is already planning a retort through the release of their own SUV later in 2021. Game on.
The core supercar range for Lamborghini is still comprised of the Huracan and Aventador models. Over the past few years, there seems to have been a mandate in place to focus on improving the driving enjoyment of their cars, with both cars being more fun to drive than ever before. The Aventador SVJ continues to thrill at the highest echelons of Nürburgring-dominating performance levels, while the Huracan EVO RWD offers the most puristic interpretation of the Lamborghini experience.
Here is the complete range of Lamborghini automobiles available for 2021.