Lamborghini Model List

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Every Lamborghini car ever made in one place. Learn about every model the iconic Lamborghini company has ever created.

Ferruccio Lamborghini took old military machines and re-purposed them as agriculture supplies such as tractors. He became very wealthy. Like anyone who comes into wealth, he bought several luxury cars, including a Ferrari. When he provided Enzo Ferrari feedback on some of the shortfalls in his cars, Ferrari told him to buzz off (paraphrasing). The rivalry had begun and Lamborghini decided to turn his hobby into a passion. Lamborghini the car company was born.

Soon afterwards Lamborghini released the Lamborghini 350 GT at the Turin Motor Show. From this initial success Lamborghini continued to build high end cars. It was the Lamborghini Miura however that took the company to the next level. It was revolutionary, futuristic and like nothing else that had ever been built before. The age of the supercar had began. Fast forward to today and Lamborghini has created some of the most mouthwatering, emotional and desirable supercars ever. The Lamborghini model list reads like a car fans dream list: Gallardo, Diablo, Murcielago, Huracan and Aventador. Not resting, Lamborghini just released their first luxury SUV, the Urus and it is a cracking car that is easily the best SUV on the planet.

With that, please enjoy our list of all the Lamborghini models ever made:

Current Lamborghini Model Lineup

The core supercar and exotic range for Lamborghini is still made up of the Huracan and the Aventador models. Both models have been updated recently and are much better cars to drive as a result. Of the current range it is the Performante and Aventador SVJ that are most exciting. Perhaps the biggest change in recent years in the model lineup is the addition of the Urus SUV. It will be Lamborghini’s biggest seller by some margin and we expect that its sales will drive even more development in the exotic and hypercar range for the brand.

Lamborghini Urus

Lamborghini Urus

The first *modern* Lamborghini SUV and one hell of an SUV. The Urus looks aggressive and has the right level of Lambo styling without going overboard. The Urus is power by a 4.0 liter twin-turbo V8 that is good for 641 horsepower and 627 lb/ft of torque. Performance is astonishing for a big SUV, with 0-60 mph over in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 190 mph. The Urus drives better than any other SUV and is definitely the performance pick in that segment. On the inside the Urus has decent luggage space and more electronics and infotainment equipment.

Base price: US$203,995
Engine: 4L twin-turbocharged V8
Power: 641 hp @ 6,000 rpm
Torque: 627 lb-ft @ 2,250 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.2 sec
0-100 mph: 7.6 sec
Top Speed: 190 mph

Lamborghini Huracán Evo

Huracán Evo

The Huracán EVO is the mid-life update for the Huracan platform. Lamborghini did lots of fine tuning, tweaking and improving to make the already great Huracan better. On the outside the Evo gets design changes that add some drama to the Huracan. On the inside the Evo has a new state-of-the-art control system and innovative touch screen easily manage the car’s functions and entertainment system. The V10 now produces 631bhp and 442 lb/ft of torque. That means a power-to-weight ratio of 451 bhp per tonne, good for a top speed of 202 mph, and zero to 62mph in 2.9 seconds.

Base price: US$261,274
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 631 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 443 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.9 sec
0-124 mph: 9.0 sec
Top Speed: 202 mph

Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder

Huracán Evo Spyder

Slotting in as the second entry in Lambo’s modern V-10 stable, the Huracán EVO Spyder is equipped with the same go-stuff as the hardtop, including a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter powerplant, adaptive suspension components, and eye-popping aerodynamics. However, as an added bonus, the Huracán EVO Spyder adds in unlimited headroom, all without compromising the Huracán EVO’s impressive performance capabilities. The soft foldable roof takes 17 seconds to open/close at speeds up to 31 mph and the Evo Spyder five times more downforce than original Huracán Spyder.

Base price: US$247,400
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 631 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 443 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.1 sec
0-124 mph: 9.3 sec
Top Speed: 202 mph

Lamborghini Huracán RWD

Huracán RWD

This is the cheapest Huracan for sale today and probably the most fun. The famous Lamborghini 5.2 L V10 has been slightly detuned to 572 hp and 393 lb/ft of torque. The good news is that the Huracán RWD ditches the heavy all wheel drive drivetrain for rear wheel drive only. The car feels more natural and easier to drive like a proper sports car. Our pick amongst the range.

Base price: US$199,800
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 571 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 398 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.4 sec
0-124 mph: 10.1 sec
Top Speed: 199 mph

Lamborghini Huracán RWD Spyder

Huracán RWD Spyder

What could be better than a rear wheel drive Lamborghini Huracan? How about a convertible version of the same car? Yep, this is the Huracán RWD 580-2 Spyder. The 5.2-litre naturally-aspirated V10 engine is the same as in the coupe. Performance is on par with the coupe with 0 to 60 mph taking 3.4 seconds (0.2 seconds slower than coupe) and top speed is 199 mph (same as coupe).

Base price: US$203,995
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 571 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 398 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.6 sec
0-124 mph: 10.4 sec
Top Speed: 199 mph

Lamborghini Huracan Performante

Huracan Performante

The best Lamborghini made ever in terms of sheer driving dynamics and the total package. The Performante gets more power (+29 hp) and less weight (- 90 lbs), suspension improvements, and the addition of an innovative aerodynamic package. 0-62mph is over in just 2.9 seconds and 0-124 mph in only 8.9 seconds. Seriously fast, focused and exciting. With its naturally aspirated engine and all the changes coming together, this is a supercar that is immersive and addictive.

Base price: US$281,048
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 631 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 443 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.9 sec
0-124 mph: 8.9 sec
Top Speed: 201 mph

Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder

Huracan Performante Spyder

Today there are plenty of fast topless cars out there. The McLaren 720S Spider is probably the best of the current crop. However, when you drive the Performante Spyder you do not long for anything else other than a Performante Spyder. It is addictive. Its 631 hp 5.2 liter V10 revs all the way to 8500 rpm and when combined with the same upgrades as the coupe (active aero, brake-based torque vectoring, stability-control programming, weight loss) it is just incredible.

Base price: US$308,859
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 631 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 443 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.1 sec
0-124 mph: 9.3 sec
Top Speed: 201 mph

Lamborghini Aventador S

Aventador S

The entry level Aventador is now known as the Aventador S. It still has a mid-engined naturally aspirated 6.5 liter V12 engine with 730 horsepower and 509 lb/ft of torque. It still has a unique seven-speed automated-manual transmission and all-wheel drive. The formula is unchanged – crazy looks, lots of noise, insane power and drama. The big updates to the platform for S were the new AWD system, new control unit for active systems. The result is a livelier and more fun car to drive than the original Aventador.

Base price: US$417,650
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 730 hp @ 8,400 rpm
Torque: 507 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.9 sec
0-124 mph: 8.8 sec
Top Speed: 217 mph

Lamborghini Aventador LP740-4 S Roadster

Aventador S Roadster

It is hard to objectively justify the $467k price of the Aventador S Roadster. The infotainment system feels like it is a decade old, the gearbox is clunky and horrible and the ergonomics make it impossible to drive. And yet, this isn’t a car to be objective about. This is a fire breathing roadster supercar with 730hp from a naturally aspirated V12 that has tons of drama and excitement about it whether it is parked or doing 200+mph. Top down doing 200 mph never sounded like more fun than in an Aventador S Roadster.

Base price: US$467,442
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 730 hp @ 8,400 rpm
Torque: 507 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.0 sec
0-124 mph: 9.0 sec
Top Speed: 217 mph

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

Aventador SVJ

The Aventador SVJ is the wildest Lamborghini we have seen in years. It set a new Nürburgring Nordschleife record for production cars, running an incredible 6:44.97 lap time. Its 6.5-liter V12 produces 760 horsepower and 531 lb-ft of torque. A host of upgrades over the base model including less weight to haul around transform the driving experience. One of the greatest road cars I’ve ever driven.

Base price: US$515,000
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 760 hp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque: 531 lb-ft @ 6,750 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.8 sec
0-124 mph: TBD
Top Speed: 217+ mph

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster

Aventador SVJ Roadster

The balance of performance, looks, theater, tech and driving experience has never been better in a Lamborghini supercar. Like other Aventadors, it uses a two-piece removable carbon-fiber hardtop that stores in the front trunk. Lamborghini’s ALA active aero system makes a return as well, reformulated to react better with the altered bodywork. The Roadster weighs just 110 pounds more than the coupe.

Base price: US$573,966
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 760 hp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque: 531 lb-ft @ 6,750 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.8 sec
0-124 mph: TBD
Top Speed: 217+ mph

Lamborghini Centenario

Lamborghini Centenario

The new Lamborghini Centenario represents a new, extremely precious piece in Lamborghini’s one-off strategy. It is a tribute to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mr. Ferruccio Lamborghini. A total of 20 Coupe will be made (probably all sold out). One of the most exclusive (and sought-after) cars in the whole world.

Base price: TBD
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 759 hp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque: 507 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.8 sec
0-124 mph: TBD
Top Speed: 217 mph

 

Lamborghini Centenario Roadster

Lamborghini Centenario Roadster

The open air version of the Lamborghini Centenario. A total of 20 Roadster’s will be made. The Centenario Roadster adopts Lamborghini new rear wheel steering. Designers at Centro Stile Lamborghini even developed a special exterior silver color, called “Argento Centenario” (pictured above).

Base price: TBD
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 759 hp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque: 507 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.9 sec
0-124 mph: TBD
Top Speed: 217 mph

 

Lamborghini 350 GT

This is where it all began. The 350 GTV prototype definitely got potential customers excited so Lamborghini decided to produce production cars as a result. The 350 GT introduced a more balanced design than the aggressive 350 GTV. Solid orders for the car ensured the companies’ survival and paved the way for future models. From Ferrari’s perspective, a new competitor had risen.

Lamborghini 350 GT

Lamborghini 350 GT

Like the concept 350 GTV, the production version had four-wheel independent suspension, a quad-cam V12 with a Scaglione-designed, aluminum body. The 350 GT was a hit and the legend had begun.

Production Years: 1964 – 1966
Engine: 3.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 270 bhp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque: 239 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm
0-60 mph: 7.4 sec
0-100 mph: 17.8 sec
Top Speed: 155 mph

Lamborghini 350 GTS

Lamborghini 350 GTS

Building on the 350 GT which was launched in 1964, Lamborghini then had two roadster variants made up by Carrozzeria Touring for show duty. Unfortunately Lamborghini never went into production of a roadster.

Production Years: Never Produced
Engine: 3.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 320 bhp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque: 276 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 7.4 sec
0-100 mph: 17.8 sec
Top Speed: 155 mph

Lamborghini 350 GTV

Lamborghini 350 GTV

At the 1963 Turin Auto Show, the 350 GTV showed Lamborghini could create cars (it made tractors before that). The GTV had a striking new body design by Franco Scaglione. The prototype that started it all. 

Production Years: Concept
Engine: 3.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 360 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 240 lb-ft @ 6,000 rpm
0-60 mph: N/A
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 174 mph

 

Lamborghini 3500 GTZ

Lamborghini 3500 GTZ

A single chassis was sent Zagato of Milan for a entirely new body designed by Ercole Spada. This special car was built on chassis number 0310 which first appeared at the 1965 London motor show.

Production Years: Concept
Engine: 3.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 320 hp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque: 277 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm
0-60 mph: N/A
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 161.6 mph

 

Lamborghini 400 GT

Lamborghini launched the first 400 GT in 1966. This car was known as either the 400 GT or the 400 GT Interim. The car was a version of the older Lamborghini 350 GT with a bigger and much more powerful V12 engine. The engineers at Lamborghini increased the stroke from 77 to 82 for a total displacement of 3929cc. This brought over power from 270 to 320 bhp at 6500 rpm.

Lamborghini 400 GT

Lamborghini 400 GT

The 400 GT was restyled and made roomier vs its predecessor, resulting in the first proper 2+2 Lamborghini four-seater model. Only 23 of the 400 GT were made, an interim stop gap between 350 GT and 400 GT 2+2.

Production Years: 1965 – 1966
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 320 hp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque: 276 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 7.4 seconds
0-100 mph: 17.8 seconds
Top Speed: 155 mph

Lamborghini 4000 GT ‘Flying Star II’

Lamborghini 4000 GT ‘Flying Star II’

One of the very last cars designed by Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera was this unique Flying Star II show car. It was built on a shortened 400 GT chassis and had a controversial body by Carlo Anderloni.

Production Years: 1966 (One Off Car)
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 320 hp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque: 276 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 7.4 seconds
0-100 mph: 17.8 seconds
Top Speed: 155 mph

Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2

Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2

This new model accommodated a rear set of seats that couldn’t fit in the original design. Touring had to pay considerable attention to increasing interior space without losing the 350 GT’s elegant proportions.

Production Years: 1966 – 1968
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 320 hp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque: 276 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 7.4 seconds
0-100 mph: 17.8 seconds
Top Speed: 155 mph

 

Lamborghini 400 GT Monza

Lamborghini 400 GT Monza

The 400 GT Monza was a one-off sports car that took its inspiration from the Lamborghini 400 GT and features a distinctive bodywork design. This was a two-seat sports car that was built for a client in the US.

Production Years: 1966 (One Off)
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 320 hp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque: 290 lb-ft @ 5,000 rpm
0-60 mph: N/A
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed:N/A

 

Lamborghini Miura

Very few cars managed to change the automobile world like the Miura. It was the first true supercar. It had a radical specification in relation to common engineering of the time. The Miura was endowed with a quad-cam V12 that sat transverse and behind the drivers. Immediately, everything from Ferrari to Aston Martin looked outdated by comparison upon release. It redefined the concept of a sports car.

Read our complete guide to the Lamborghini Miura

Lamborghini Miura Prototipo

Miura Prototipo

Before the first production Miura was completed on April 20th of 1967, Lamborghini produced five developmental prototypes which were used for testing and as show cars.

Production Years: 1966 – 1967
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 350 hp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 300 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 6.3 seconds
0-100 mph: 14.3 seconds
Top Speed: 163 mph

Lamborghini Miura

Lamborghini Miura

The first supercar definitely stood out in looks, tech and performance. The Miura was the fastest production car in the world with a top speed of 163 mph and 0 to 60 mph in 6.3 seconds. It set new standards.

Production Years: 1966 – 1969
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 350 hp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 300 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 6.3 seconds
0-100 mph: 14.3 seconds
Top Speed: 163 mph

Lamborghini Miura S

Lamborghini Miura S

The Miura was updated in 1969 to the Miura S. It got a modified rear suspension and new state of the art series 70 Pirelli Cinturato radials. It also used heavier-gauge steel on the chassis to reduce flexing.

Production Years: 1968 – 1971
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 370 hp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 287 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.5 seconds
0-100 mph: 12.3 seconds
Top Speed: 168 mph

Lamborghini Miura Roadster

Miura Roadster

There was only one factory built Roadster and it was created in 1968 by Marcello Gandini and Bertone for the Geneva Show. Ot featured larger air intakes, lower roll-over hoop, different taillights and a larger spoiler.

Production Years: 1968 (One Off)
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 350 hp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 272 lb-ft @ 5,750 rpm
0-60 mph: 6.6 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 174 mph

Lamborghini Miura SV Prototipo

Miura SV Prototipo

Lamborghini finalized details of the Miura Spinto Veloce (SV) package on this car, the Miura SV Prototipo. The prototype is the first car to feature many of the SV upgrades that later typified the model.

Production Years: 1971 (One Off)
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 385 hp @ 7,850 rpm
Torque: 295 lb-ft @ 5,750 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.75 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 170 mph

Lamborghini Miura SV

Lamborghini Miura SV

The SV was the final and most developed version of the Miura. The main focus was a new rear suspension that made the car wider. Longer wishbones were fitted and larger cast magnesium wheels added.

Production Years: 1971 – 1973
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 385 hp @ 7,850 rpm
Torque: 295 lb-ft @ 5,750 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.75 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 170 mph

 

Lamborghini Miura SVJ

Lamborghini Miura SVJ

Lamborghini let test driver Bob Wallace make an experimental version that was even better. Prepared as a quasi-racecar, it had no compromises to comfort. The project was named Jota to potential customers.

Production Years: 1971 – 1975
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 440 hp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque: 296 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.6 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: N/A

 

 

Lamborghini Espada

The Lamborghini Espada was unveiled at the 1968 Geneva Auto Show, after Ferruccio Lamborghini demanded the creation of a proper four-seater. During its ten-year production, the Espada received several modifications. While the engine and the interior were changed with each series, the design of the bodywork remained almost untouched. The Espada became Lamborghini’s bestseller from 1968 to 1978.

Lamborghini Espada

Lamborghini Espada (Series 1)

Beautiful design, luxurious interior, large size and powerful V12, the Espada was the embodiment of the Italian GT. Wheels were Campagnolo alloys on knock-off hubs. 186 were made before 1970.

Production Years: 1968 – 1970
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 330 hp

Lamborghini Espada (Series II)

Lamborghini Espada (Series II)

Outside the only change was the deletion of the grille covering the vertical glass tail panel. Inside changes were substantial: all-new dash, center console and steering wheel were added. The engine was tweaked.

Production Years: 1970 – 1972
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 345 hp

Lamborghini Espada (Series III)1

Lamborghini Espada (Series III)

With the second redesign the dashboard changed again. The wheels were updated and were fitted with new rubber. Exterior changes included the square mesh grille and tail lights from an Alfa.

Production Years: 1972 – 1978
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 321 hp

Lamborghini Islero

The Lamborghini Islero was the replacement for the Lamborghini 400GT. The 2+2 Coupè immediately highlighted Lamborghini’s expertise in terms of engine output, chassis, and overall performance. Production ceased after only 225 units.

Lamborghini Islero

Lamborghini Islero

The car debuted at the 1968 Geneva Auto Show. The 340 bhp, 3.9L DOHC V-12 engine had six Weber carburetors, a five-speed manual transmission and four-wheel independent suspension.

Production Years: 1968
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 320 bhp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque: 276.6 ft lbs @ 4,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 6.1 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 165 mph

Lamborghini Islero S

Lamborghini Islero S

In 1969, Lamborghini improved the 2+2 with a more powerful 350 bhp V12 engine and upgrades to the mechanics, aesthetics and interior. The Islero S was a much better car than the 400 GTS.

Production Years: 1969
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 350 bhp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque: 276.6 ft lbs @ 4,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 6.1 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 165 mph

Lamborghini Jarama

Think of the Lamborghini Jarama as a Lamborghini Islero version 2.o. It had a shorter chassis to meet U.S. standards (the main reason it was commissioned in the first place), shortened by almost 11 inches. Thanks to the excellent combination of a strong engine and luxurious comfort it was one of the founders favorite cars. The original GT had a V12 with 350 bhp and was followed by the GTS that had 365 bhp. A total of 328 Jaramas were built.

Lamborghini Jarama

Lamborghini Jarama GT

The Lamborghini Jarama GT 400 made its way into production in 1970 as a replacement for the Islero and was Lamborghini’s last front-engined V12 grand tourer. Shorter than the Espada it still offered seating for four.

Production Years: 1970 – 1972
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 350 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 289 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 7.2 seconds
0-100 mph: 17.7 seconds
Top Speed: 152 mph

Lamborghini Jarama S

Lamborghini Jarama S

The GTS 400 (known as Jarama S) had a few body modifications including a hood scoop, exhaust vents and new wheels. New exhaust and  revised heads as well as other engine mods raised power to 365 hp.

Production Years: 1972 – 1976
Engine: 3.9 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 365 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 300 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 6.8 seconds
0-100 mph: 15.5 seconds
Top Speed: 161 mph

Lamborghini Urraco

Thank the oil crisis of the ’70s for the Urraco. It forced Lamborghini to build a car with a smaller engine that had better emissions. At the same time Lamborghini was trying to grow its buyer base and those prospective buyers wanted a four seater that was more luxurious and comfortable. The Urraco was the first Lamborghini V8 engine with a displacement starting at 2.5 liters and later growing to 3 liters. Lamborghini also believed that adding a V8 powered model would allow the company to better compete on the same level as the Dino 246 or Porsche 911.

Lamborghini Urraco P111

Lamborghini Urraco P111

The P111 was developed for the U.S market. They were the same as other Urracos with the exception of the obvious heavy black bumpers and large signal lights. Horsepower was drastically reduced to 180 bhp.

Production Years: 1972 – 1975
Engine: 2.5 L Naturally Aspirated V8
Power: 180 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 130 ft lbs @ 3,800 rpm
0-60 mph: 7.2 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 140 mph

Lamborghini Urraco P200

Lamborghini Urraco P200

The P200 Urraco became available for the Italian market in response to 17% additional taxes levied against cars with engines larger than 2 liters. The bore on the P250 engine was reduced from 86 mm to 77.4 mm.

Production Years: 1975 – 1977
Engine: 2.5 L Naturally Aspirated V8
Power: 180 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 130 ft lbs @ 3,800 rpm
0-60 mph: 7.2 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 134 mph

Lamborghini Urraco P250

Lamborghini Urraco P250

The mid-mounted V8 engine was Lamborghini’s first, generating 217 bhp at 7,500rpm. It was a nice touring car with great road manners thanks to independent McPherson suspension. Only 520 P250 Urracos were made.

Production Years: 1972 – 1976
Engine: 2.5 L Naturally Aspirated V8
Power: 217 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 162 ft lbs @ 3,750 rpm
0-60 mph: 6.9 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 149 mph

 

Lamborghini Urraco P300

Lamborghini Urraco P300

The P300 was much improved over the P250. Engine displacement had increased to 3 liters and the top was changed. Transmission, suspension and bodywork received changes too. Power output increased to 247 bhp.

Production Years: 1974 – 1979
Engine: 3 L Naturally Aspirated V8
Power: 247 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 195 ft lbs @ 3,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.6 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 162 mph

 

Lamborghini Countach

The car that sat on more male bedroom walls than any other. If people were surprised by the Miura, the Countach shocked the world. Its mid-mounted four-cam V12 engine and low, sleek, dramatic styling set a new standard for an Italian supercar. It was so unconventional, aggressive and futuristic that is cemented Lamborghini’s position as the coolest maker of supercars on the planet.

Lamborghini Countach P500 Prototype

Lamborghini Countach P500 Prototype

Marcello Gandini, who had shaped both the Miura and Espada was responsible for the Countach design. Unique traits of the concept included forward-swinging doors and a periscope rear view mirror.

Production Years: One Off
Engine: 5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: N/A
Torque: N/A
0-60 mph: N/A
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: N/A

Lamborghini Countach LP400

Lamborghini Countach LP400

The first Countach generation was named LP 400. Its 4 liter V12 engine was mounted lengthwise and produced 375 hp and 266 ft/lbs of torque. It truly created the new age of the supercar. 151 units were made.

Production Years: 1974 – 1978
Engine: 4 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 325 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 260 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.9 seconds
0-100 mph: 14.4 seconds
Top Speed: 181.4 mph

Lamborghini Countach LP400S

Lamborghini Countach LP400S

After a few years Lamborghini updated the Countach both inside and out. The more aggressive look (new spoilers) was a result of adding the widest tires available. The suspension was replaced and it lost its Periscopa roof.

Production Years: 1978 – 1982
Engine: 4 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 325 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 260 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.9 seconds
0-100 mph: 14.4 seconds
Top Speed: 181.4 mph

Lamborghini Countach LP5000S

Lamborghini Countach LP5000S

At the 1982 Geneva Motor Show, the Countach finally got the 5-liter engine it was originally design for. This was the first Countach update in four years. Power was up 50 hp compared to the 4 liter engine.

Production Years: 1982 – 1985
Engine: 5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 375 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 302 ft lbs @ 4,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.6 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 186.4 mph

Lamborghini Countach LP5000 QV

Lamborghini Countach LP5000S QV

Lamborghini’s third major Countach revision came in 1985 at the Geneva Show. The model was named after its new cylinder head which featured four valves per cylinder (it was known either as the Quattrovalvole or QV).

Production Years: 1985 – 1988
Engine: 5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 455 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 340 ft lbs @ 5,200 rpm
0-60 mph: 5.2 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 182.1 mph

Engine: 5L Naturally Aspirated V12Power: 455 bhp @ 7000 rpmTorque: 340 ft lbs @ 5200 rpm0-60 mph: 5.2 seconds0-100 mph: N/ATop Speed: 182.1 mph

Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniv

The 25th Anniversary was the last and most aggressive Countach. Taking the 5000S further it had redesigned aero ducts and a redesigned front and rear kevlar hoods. The chassis was upgraded extensively too.

Production Years: 1988
Engine: 5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 455 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 369.5 ft lbs @ 5,200 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.8 seconds
0-100 mph: 10 seconds
Top Speed: 190 mph

Lamborghini Silhouette

Known as the Silhouette P300, the mid-engined Silhouette was the based on the Lamborghini Urraco. Only 53 units were built. It came at a time of desperation for the company who was struggling to survive. Ferruccio asked Bertone to redesign the Urraco P300 into a different looking car that would boost sales. It was comfortable and got several upgrades.

 

Lamborghini Silhouette

Lamborghini Silhouette

Released at the 1976 Geneva Motor Show, the Silhouette was a targa-style version of the Urraco P300. It was Lamborghini’s first open model which used a removable roof that could be stored behind the rear seats.

Production Years: 1976 – 1979
Engine: 3 L Naturally Aspirated V8
Power: 260 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Torque: 203 ft lbs @ 3500 rpm
0-60 mph: 6.8 seconds
0-100 mph: 16.1 seconds
Top Speed: 147 mph

 

Lamborghini Jalpa

Known as the Lamborghini Jalpa P350, it was a natural evolution of the Silhouette and the final attempt at creating an entry level Lamborghini with a V8 engine. Power increased and handling was markedly better than the Silhouette while the body was again a new design crafted by Bertone. Jalpa looked less spectacular than the Silhouette but it was actually very in style.

 

Lamborghini Jalpa

The Jalpa was fitted with a 3.5 L double overhead camshaft version of the V8 engine used in the Silhouette on which it was based. The version used in the Jalpa produced 255 hp and 225 lb/ft of torque.

Production Years: 1981 – 1988
Engine: 3.5 L Naturally Aspirated V8
Power: 255 bhp @ 7000 rpm
Torque: 225 ft lbs @ 4000 rpm
0-60 mph: 6.8 seconds
0-100 mph: 16.1 seconds
Top Speed: 147 mph

 

Lamborghini LM002

Forget the Urus, this is Lamborghini SUV. Butish Lamborghini LM002 was a part military, part SUV, part maniac and 100% awesome. It was dubbed the “Rambo-Lambo”. The LM002 had with four-wheel drive, seating for four, and more than enough room for luggage, resulting in a vehicle that could go anywhere and one that makes no compromises.

 

Lamborghini LM002

Lamborghini LM002

LM002’s interior is instantly familiar to anyone who has spent time in a Countach. The four-valve DOHC V12 engine had 450 hp with 6 Weber carburetors, five-speed manual transmission, independent suspension.

Production Years: 1986 – 1993
Engine: 5.2 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 450 bhp @ 6800 rpm
Torque: 369 ft lbs @ 4500 rpm
0-60 mph: 7.7 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 130.5 mph

 

Lamborghini Diablo

The main directive for the Diablo was simple; its top speed had to be at least 315 kmh. Work started in 1985 and the company made its biggest investment yet in a new platform. Marcello Gandini was the right person to design the Diablo. The Diablo received a modified V-12 engine, still with four valves per cylinder, but now with a displacement of 5.7 liters and a newly developed multi-point fuel injection system. This new supercar was wide, low, and futuristic. The Diablo was produced between 1990 and 2001 and sold almost 3,000 units.

Lamborghini Diablo

Lamborghini Diablo

Owners started taking delivery of the Diablo in June 1990, five years after the start of the project. The Diablo sold well and was loved by the press. Only faults were heavy steering and heavy operation clutch.

Production Years: 1990 – 1998
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 485 bhp @ 6,800 rpm
Torque: 428 ft lbs @ 5,200 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.5 seconds
0-100 mph: 10.8 seconds
Top Speed: 202.0 mph

Lamborghini Diablo VT

Lamborghini Diablo VT

The biggest difference with the Diablo VT and earlier versions was the addition of all wheel drive for the first time. It had a viscous center diff that could transfer up to 25% of the torque to the front wheels to improve traction.

Production Years: 1993 – 1998
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 492 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 428 ft lbs @ 5,200 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.1 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 204 mph

Lamborghini Diablo SE30

Lamborghini Diablo SE30

To celebrate Lamborghini’s 30th year as a road car maker, a special edition Diablo called the SE30 was offered in 1993. It was the fastest car Lamborghini had made: 207 mph flat out and 0-60 in 4 seconds.

Production Years: 1994
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 525 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 428 ft lbs @ 5,200 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.0 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 207 mph

Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota

Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota

The “Jota” was a kit designed to convert the race-oriented SE30 into an actual circuit racer. A revised engine lid with two ducts protruding above the roofline forced air into the intake system. Engine was also tweaked.

Production Years: 1994
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 595 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 471 ft lbs @ 5,200 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.0 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 207 mph

Lamborghini Diablo SV

Lamborghini Diablo SV

The Sport Veloce (SV) version of the Diablo was a 2WD version that also befitted from the 30 Edition Jota upgrades and a light drivetrain. With a potent spec, it was used to transform the Diablo into the SVR race model.

Production Years: 1996 – 1999
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 510 bhp @ 7,100 rpm
Torque: 428 ft lbs @ 5,900 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.8 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 204 mph

Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster

Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster

The Diablo VT Roadster was introduced in 1995 and had a targa top. Besides the roof, the roadster’s body was altered from the fixed-top VT model in a number of ways. The front bumper was revised.

Production Years: 1996 – 1998
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 492 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque: 428 ft lbs @ 5,200 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.0 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 203 mph

Lamborghini Diablo SV Facelift

Lamborghini Diablo SV (Facelift)

Diablo received a mid-cycle facelift in 1999. They simplified the model range by eliminating the “base” Diablo (SV became the new entry-level). Power and torque both got a bump and gone were the pop up lights.

Production Years: 1999
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 529 bhp @ 7,100 rpm
Torque: 446.2 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.85 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 199 mph

Lamborghini Diablo VT (Facelift)

Lamborghini Diablo VT (Facelift)

The 2nd generation VT coupé received the same cosmetic and mechanical upgrades as the SV model, including the open headlamps, restyled interior, 529 hp V12 engine, and ABS.

Production Years: 1998 – 2000
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 529 bhp @ 7,100 rpm
Torque: 446.2 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.95 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 210 mph

Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster

Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster (Update)

The engine lid was changed substantially in order to vent properly when the roof panel was covering. Roadster also featured revised wheels. The air intakes on top/sides were made larger than the coupe Diablos.

Production Years: 1998 – 2000
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 529 bhp @ 7,100 rpm
Torque: 446.2 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.95 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 208 mph

Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster Millennium

Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster Millennium

The Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster had a limited run of 30 cars for the 2000 model year and was given the “Millennium Roadster” name. You could only get it in two colors (Titanium Metallic and Yellow).

Production Years: 2000
Engine: 5.7 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 529 bhp @ 7,100 rpm
Torque: 446.2 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.9 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 208 mph

Lamborghini Diablo GT

Lamborghini Diablo GT

In 1999, fans were surprised when the Diablo GT was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show. It combined the modifications of the GT2 race car with the craziness of the Diablo to offer serious road racing performance.

Production Years: 1999
Engine: 6 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 575 bhp @ 7,300 rpm
Torque: 465 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.6 seconds
0-100 mph: 8 seconds
Top Speed: 215 mph

Lamborghini Diablo VT (6.0)

Lamborghini Diablo VT (6.0)

The Diablo VT 6.0 was the result of Audi starting to influence Lamborghini. A major development of the original design, not only on the outside but also on the inside and the underpinnings of the Diablo.

Production Years: 2000 – 2001
Engine: 6 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 550 bhp @ 7,100 rpm
Torque: 457 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.9 seconds
0-100 mph: 8.9 seconds
Top Speed: 205 mph

 

Lamborghini Diablo VT (6.0) SE

Lamborghini Diablo VT (6.0) SE

The aim of this special edition was to emphasise the Lamborghini Diablo in two exclusive colors: Oro Elios & Marrone Eklipsis. 42 SE’s were built, 20 in each color. Other upgrades happened too.

Production Years: 2001
Engine: 6 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 550 bhp @ 7,100 rpm
Torque: 457 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.8 seconds
0-100 mph: 8.9 seconds
Top Speed: 205 mph

 

Lamborghini Murciélago

The new Lamborghini, which was known only as the L147 project during development, was first unveiled during an awesome show at the foot of the Etna volcano on Sicily. It had a mid-mount V12 engine, the transmission following the manufacturer’s typical arrangement with the gearbox located in front of the engine and the rear differential “integrated” in the powertrain, permanent 4WD with a central viscous coupling. The rather controversial styling of this new Lamborghini stirred some emotions from both owners and enthusiasts all over the world.

Lamborghini Murcielago

Lamborghini Murciélago (Initial Version)

The 6.2 liter V12 engine an evolution of the Diablo 6.0 power plant. The highlight of the new engine is two new variable systems. This car lives up to its namesake, Murcielago, the strongest fighting bull of all time.

Production Years: 2001 – 2006
Engine: 6.2 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 576.6 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 479.4 ft lbs @ 4,000 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.8 seconds
0-100 mph: 8.6 seconds
Top Speed: 210 mph

Lamborghini Murciélago Roadster

Lamborghini Murciélago Roadster

Featuring the unmistakable Lamborghini styling, it harnesses the same power and speed, and delivers the same exceptional handling and safety features as the coupe. It includes a manually fitted roof.

Production Years: 2004 – 2006
Engine: 6.2 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 580.0 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Torque: 479.4 ft lbs @ 4,000 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.8 seconds
0-100 mph: 8.6 seconds
Top Speed: 205 mph

Lamborghini Murciélago LP 640

Lamborghini Murciélago LP 640

The next step in the Murciélago evolution was the LP640 model. A larger front spoiler and new rear mirrors were part of the minor cosmetic changes. The engine in the LP640 had undergone radical modification.

Production Years: 2006 – 2010
Engine: 6.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 640 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 486.8 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.3 seconds
0-100 mph: 7.5 seconds
Top Speed: 211 mph

Lamborghini Murciélago LP 640 Roadster

Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 Roadster

The Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Roadster benefited from the same extensive modifications to the bodywork and mechanics as the LP640 Coupé, as well as delivering its own distinct character.

Production Years: 2006 – 2010
Engine: 6.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 640 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 486.8 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.4 seconds
0-100 mph: 8.1 seconds
Top Speed: 205 mph

Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670–4 SuperVeloce

Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670–4 SuperVeloce

Think of the Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce as even more powerful, lighter and faster Murciélago LP 640. With the output of the 6.5 liter V12 increased to 670 hp and a weight reduction of 220 lbs it is a beast.

Production Years: 2009 – 2010
Engine: 6.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 670 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 478 ft lbs @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.2 seconds
0-100 mph: 7.0 seconds
Top Speed: 212 mph

Lamborghini Murciélago LP 650–4 Roadster

Lamborghini Murciélago LP650–4 Roadster

The Roadster version had 6.5 litre V12 engine that produces 650 hp along with permanent four-wheel drive. The special edition model (50 units only) combines grey bodywork with a special bright orange offset.

Production Years: 2009
Engine: 6.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 650 bhp
Torque: 487 lb/ft
0-60 mph: 3.3 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 205 mph


Lamborghini Murciélago Special Editions

Lamborghini Murciélago 40th Anniv. Edition

To celebrate Lamborghini’s 40th Anniversary, the House of the Raging Bull offered a special, limited edition series of its supercar Murcielago. A limited amount of 50 numbered cars were produced.

Production Years: 2005
Engine: 6.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 580.0 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque: 479 ft lbs @ 4,000 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.28 seconds
0-100 mph: 8.6 seconds
Top Speed: 205 mph

Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 Versace

Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 Versace

Lamborghini released a special edition of their flagship LP640. It was the work of Versace and sports particular appointments which are only possible with this type of collaboration. There was a Coupe and Roadster.

Production Years: 2006
Engine: 6.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 640 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 487 ft lbs @ 6,000 rpm
0-60 mph: N/A
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 211 mph

Lamborghini Murciélago LP670–4 SV China

Lamborghini Murciélago LP670–4 SV China

Limited to only ten cars worldwide, the special edition Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce was designed and manufactured exclusively for China’s most discriminating super sports car enthusiasts.

Production Years: 2010
Engine: 6.5 L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 670 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 478 ft lbs @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.2 seconds
0-100 mph: 7.0 seconds
Top Speed: 212 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo

The Gallardo is the best selling Lamborghini ever with over 14k units sold from 2003 till 2013. It entry level Lambo was powerful, dynamic and a true Lamborghini in every way. By using a rather long wheelbase and short overhang to both the front and rear, the initial impression of the Gallardo was rather muscular and dynamic, while retaining a ‘compact’ look. The Lamborghini V10 had a 90 degree angle and dry sump to allow it to sit lower in the chassis. A seminal car. We gathered up every Lamborghini Gallardo model made and included it below.

Lamborghini Gallardo Production Models

Lamborghini Gallardo

Lamborghini Gallardo

Honouring their tradition, the Lamborghini decided to release their next model with the name of a fighting bull’s breed: the Gallardo. It was Lamborghinis entry level car and it was a cracker from day one.

Production Years: 2003 – 2006
Engine: 5 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 500 bhp @ 7,800 rpm
Torque: 376.2 ft lbs @ 4500 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.1 seconds
0-100 mph: 9.0 seconds
Top Speed: 192 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo SE

Lamborghini Gallardo SE

The Gallardo SE was a special edition of the Gallardo. Limited to 250 units, it had a unique two-tone paint, an enhanced interior and technical improvements. Gearbox had shorter gear ratios for better acceleration.

Production Years: 2005
Engine: 5 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 500 bhp @ 7,800 rpm
Torque: 376.2 ft lbs @ 4500 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.0 seconds
0-100 mph: 8.7 seconds
Top Speed: 196 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder

Gallardo Spyder

Two years after the release of the Gallardo Coupe supercar, Lamborghini have released their drop-top version. Beyond no top, the Spyder a number important modifications to the original engine and transmission.

Production Years: 2005 – 2008
Engine: 5 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 520 bhp @ 7,800 rpm
Torque: 376.2 ft lbs @ 4500 rpm
0-60 mph: 4.1 seconds
0-100 mph: 9.0 seconds
Top Speed: 195 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera

Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera

Thanks to increased power (an additional 10 hp) and a 100 kg reduction in weight, the Gallardo Superleggera was even more dynamic version of the already very sporty Gallardo. A better overall car and faster.

Production Years: 2007 – 2008
Engine: 5 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 530 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Torque: 376.2 ft lbs @ 4500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.8 seconds
0-100 mph: 8.6 seconds
Top Speed: 196 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4

With its new engine, permanent four-wheel drive transmission and new suspension, the Gallardo LP 560-4 was a clearly improved performance and dynamic machine. A substantial facelift and mid-cycle refresh.

Production Years: 2008 – 2013
Engine: 5.2 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 552.5 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Torque: 398.3 ft lbs @ 6500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.6 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 202 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Spyder

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Spyder

The redesigned four-wheel drive transmission, the new suspension, the improved stiffness of the Spyder bodyshell and the optimised aerodynamics all contribute to the overall improvements in the vehicle.

Production Years: 2009 – 2013
Engine: 5.2 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 552.5 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Torque: 398.3 ft lbs @ 6500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.9 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 201 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera

Even more dynamic, lighter, more powerful and stunning – the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera. It is 155 pounds lighter than the regular car and it gets an extra 10 hp. More of a driver’s car.

Production Years: 2010 – 2013
Engine: 5.2 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 562 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Torque: 398.3 ft lbs @ 6500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.3 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 202 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante

Less weight, more power and a whole heap of attitude. Weight loss and power gain and more aggressive looks and soundtrack means this is our favorite Gallardo model. Essentially a topless Superleggera.

Production Years: 2011
Engine: 5.2 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 562 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Torque: 398.3 ft lbs @ 6500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.3 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 201 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Valentino Balboni

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2

Named the Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Valentino Balboni, after the  remarkable test driver with his own personal cult status. The 550 stands for the power output in hp and the 2 is for rear wheel drive. We love it.

Production Years: 2010-2011
Engine: 5.2 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 550 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Torque: 398.3 ft lbs @ 6500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.7 seconds
0-100 mph: 7.6 seconds
Top Speed: 199 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Spyder

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder

The Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder combined the open spyder body style with rear wheel drive. Unbelievably agile and remarkable handling, it is the most fun Gallardo to drive. Adds yet another dimension of driving fun.

Production Years: 2011-2013
Engine: 5.2 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 550 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Torque: 398.3 ft lbs @ 6500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.7 seconds
0-100 mph: 7.6 seconds
Top Speed: 198 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Spyder (Update)

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 (Update)

The final version of the Gallardo was a final year production model that had several updates over the LP560-4. It looked even more aggressive, and more extreme. Lots of triangular and trapezoidal forms in the design.

Production Years: 2013
Engine: 5.2 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 560 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Torque: 398.3 ft lbs @ 6500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.6 seconds
0-100 mph: 6.9 seconds
Top Speed: 202 mph

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Spyder (Update)

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Spyder (Update)

Even more than the Coupé, the Spyder places emphasis on the powerful basic wedge form, complemented by the tightly cut soft top. Lamborghini also improved traction, handling and stability at high speeds.

Production Years: 2013
Engine: 5.2 L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 560 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Torque: 398.3 ft lbs @ 6500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.9 seconds
0-100 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 201 mph


Lamborghini Gallardo Special Editions

Lamborghini went crazy with the Gallardo special edition models. They proved to be a highly profitable way to extend the Gallardo’s life while allowing Lamborghini to continue to work on the successor Huracan. We counted over 25 special edition models in all.

Lamborghini Aventador

Nobody does supercars like Lamborghini. The Miura, Diablo and Murcielago were ostentatious, aggressive, loud and really freaking fast. The Aventador was more of the same but was different in one meaningful way. Lamborghini supercars had always been hard to drive, a little rough around the edges and known to put the driver second behind looking good. Not the Aventador. While it still looked outrageous it was easy to drive and had all the creature comforts and luxury you would want.

The Aventador is still dominated by that epic naturally aspirated V12 engine. The body used carbon fiber extensively and it took huge technical leaps over the Murcielago in just about every other areas. It definitely took Lamborghini forward in terms of its place at the top.

Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4

Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4

The updated entry level Aventador is now known as the Aventador S. It still has a mid-engined naturally aspirated 6.5 liter V12 engine with 730 horsepower and 509 lb/ft of torque. A livelier and more fun car.

Production Years: 2011 – 2016
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 700 bhp @ 8,250 rpm
Torque: 509 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.9 sec
0-124 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 217 mph

Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster

Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 Roadster

The Aventador LP700-4 Roadster is just like the coupe except it has a cool removable roof made from two sections of carbon fiber. A benchmark in the world of open-top luxury super sports cars. My kind of car.

Production Years: 2013 – 2016
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 700 bhp @ 8,250 rpm
Torque: 509 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.0 sec
0-124 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 217 mph

Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV

Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV

With increased power, lower weight, improved aerodynamics and innovative technologies the Aventador LP 750-4 Superveloce is one of the best supercars ever. Loud, aggressive, fun and perfectly Lamborghini.

Production Years: 2015 – 2016
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 750 bhp @ 8,400 rpm
Torque: 507 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.8 sec
0-124 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 217 mph

Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV Roadster

Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SV Roadster

The Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster is the most ferocious topless car you can find. 6.5-litre V12 generating 750 horsepower. There’s also a Roadster variant available. Pushing the boundaries.

Production Years: 2017 – 2019
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 750 bhp @ 8,400 rpm
Torque: 507 ft lbs @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.8 sec
0-124 mph: N/A
Top Speed: 217 mph

Lamborghini Aventador S

Lamborghini Aventador S

The updated entry level Aventador is now known as the Aventador S. It still has a mid-engined naturally aspirated 6.5 liter V12 engine with 730 horsepower and 509 lb/ft of torque. A livelier and more fun car.

Base price: US$417,650
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 730 hp @ 8,400 rpm
Torque: 507 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.9 sec
0-124 mph: 8.8 sec
Top Speed: 217 mph

Lamborghini Aventador LP740-4 S Roadster

Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster

This is a fire breathing roadster supercar with 730hp from a naturally aspirated V12 that has tons of drama and excitement about it whether it is parked or doing 200+mph. Top down doing 200 mph.

Base price: US$467,442
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 730 hp @ 8,400 rpm
Torque: 507 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.0 sec
0-124 mph: 9.0 sec
Top Speed: 217 mph

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ

The Aventador SVJ is the wildest Lamborghini we have seen in years. It set a new Nürburgring Nordschleife record for production cars, running an incredible 6:44.97 lap time. Its 6.5-liter V12 produces 760 hp.

Base price: US$515,000
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 760 hp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque: 531 lb-ft @ 6,750 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.8 sec
0-124 mph: TBD
Top Speed: 217+ mph

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster

Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster

The balance of performance, looks, theater, tech and driving experience has never been better. Like other Aventador roadsters, it uses a two-piece removable carbon-fiber hardtop. Weighs 110 pounds more than coupe.

Base price: US$573,966
Engine: 6.5L Naturally Aspirated V12
Power: 760 hp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque: 531 lb-ft @ 6,750 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.8 sec
0-124 mph: TBD
Top Speed: 217+ mph


Lamborghini Aventador Special Editions

The Aventador has been around since 2011 and in that time Lamborghini has created several special edition models. While there are also “One Offs” based on the Aventador platform, Lamborghini considers those cars individual models. The case below are special editions of the Aventador that are still considered Aventadors.

Lamborghini Huracan

While this is a current model, there are some Huracan cars that are no longer made so we are including them here in a single section about all Lamborghini Huracan models built so far.

The Lamborghini Huracán is the perfect modern supercar. It looks futuristic and stands out in any crowd. It is chock full of the latest technology from advanced materials to streamlined aerodynamics and one of the most advanced V10 engines ever made.

 Huracán LP 610-4 Coupe (2014–present)

Lamborghini Huracan Coupe (610-4)

In 2014 Lamborghini officially launched the Huracán, the successor to the Gallardo. It had big shoes to fill given the Gallardo was the company’s best selling car. Huracán got 610 bhp V10 and gorgeous body.

Production Years: 2014 – 2019
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 610 bhp @ 8,250 rpm
Torque: 413 ft lbs @ 6,200 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.2 sec
0-124 mph: 9.9 sec
Top Speed: 202 mph

Lamborghini Huracan Spyder

Lamborghini Huracan Spyder (610-4)

A the 2015 IAA Lamborghini unveiled the stunning Huracan LP610-4 Spyder, the open version of the Coupé. The new Spyder is 40% more rigid compared to the Gallardo Spyder. Power was up to 610hp.

Production Years: 2016 – 2019
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 610 bhp @ 8,250 rpm
Torque: 413 ft lbs @ 6,200 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.2 sec
0-124 mph: 9.9 sec
Top Speed: 201 mph

Lamborghini Huracán RWD

Huracán RWD

This is the cheapest Huracan for sale today and probably the most fun. The famous Lamborghini 5.2 L V10 has been slightly detuned to 572 hp and 393 lb/ft of torque. Rear wheel drive only. One of our favorites.

Base price: US$199,800
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 571 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 398 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.4 sec
0-124 mph: 10.1 sec
Top Speed: 199 mph

Lamborghini Huracán RWD Spyder

Huracán RWD Spyder

What could be better than a rear wheel drive Lamborghini Huracan? How about a convertible version of the same car? Yep, this is the Huracán RWD 580-2 Spyder.  Performance is on par with the coupe.

Base price: US$203,995
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 571 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 398 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.6 sec
0-124 mph: 10.4 sec
Top Speed: 199 mph

Lamborghini Huracan Performante

Huracan Performante

The best Lamborghini made ever in terms of sheer driving dynamics and the total package. The Performante gets more power (+29 hp) and less weight (- 90 lbs) and other improvements that makes it epic.

Base price: US$281,048
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 631 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 443 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.9 sec
0-124 mph: 8.9 sec
Top Speed: 201 mph

Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder

Huracan Performante Spyder

It is addictive. Its 631 hp 5.2 liter V10 revs all the way to 8500 rpm and when combined with the same upgrades as the coupe (active aero, torque vectoring, stability-control program, weight loss), it is just incredible.

Base price: US$308,859
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 631 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 443 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.1 sec
0-124 mph: 9.3 sec
Top Speed: 201 mph

Lamborghini Huracán Evo

Huracán Evo

Huracán EVO is the mid-life update for the Huracan. Lamborghini did lots of fine tuning, tweaking and improving to make the already great Huracan better. Inside and outside plus power all improved.

Base price: US$261,274
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 631 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 443 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 2.9 sec
0-124 mph: 9.0 sec
Top Speed: 202 mph

Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder

Huracán Evo Spyder

Slotting in as the second entry in Lambo’s modern V-10 stable, the Huracán EVO Spyder is equipped with the same go-stuff as the hardtop, including a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter powerplant.

Base price: US$247,400
Engine: 5.2L Naturally Aspirated V10
Power: 631 hp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque: 443 lb-ft @ 6,500 rpm
0-60 mph: 3.1 sec
0-124 mph: 9.3 sec
Top Speed: 202 mph


Lamborghini Huracan Special Editions

Will the Lamborghini Huracan follow the Gallardo with a few dozen special edition cars as it goes through its life? Hard to say, but they are clearly off to a quick start with three special edition models in the first few years. Here are the Lamborghini Huracan special edition cars so far.

Limited Edition (Few Off)

While all Lamborghini cars are low volume, some Lamborghini cars are so exclusive and unique that they are part of what Lamborghini calls the “Few-Off” initiative. Lamborghini recently launched this new program and unlike Ferrari and McLaren who customize cars with customers, this is about creating bespoke models in very limited numbers. These are the most exclusive and limited editions. These models are very cutting edge which is unique amongst the supercar makers, equipped with the most advanced features available in the fields of design and technology.

Lamborghini Reventón

Lamborghini Reventon

The Reventon is the most outrageous Lamborghini and some say the styling has gone to far. But that’s fine since a limited production of only 20 examples will be made. The Reventon is a strong mix of acute and obtuse angles that mimic the Murcielago lines in a whole new and more frantic way. We loved it.

Lamborghini Sesto Elemento

Lamborghini Sesto Elemento

The Sesto Elemento was a masterpiece of extreme lightweight engineering that showed that Lamborghini could do some amazing things with the carbon-fiber technology. The 2,202 lb carbon fiber car was a revelation. V10 power unit and the permanent all-wheel drive in a body so light meant it had an insanely high power-to-weight ratio.

Lamborghini Veneno

Lamborghini Veneno

Only three unique units of the Lamborghini Veneno were built and sold. Its design is consistently focused on optimum aerodynamics and cornering stability, giving the Veneno the real dynamic experience of a racing prototype, yet it is fully homologated for the road. Gets 750 hp and 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds.

Lamborghini Veneno Roadster

Lamborghini Veneno Roadster

The 2014 Lamborghini Veneno Roadster is one of the most exclusive cars in the world, with a production run of just nine units and a price tag of $4.5 million. The engine is a development of the Aventador 6.5-litre V12 and generates a power output of 740 hp at 8,400 rpm and 509 lb⋅ft of torque at 5,500 rpm.

Lamborghini Centenario

Lamborghini Centenario

The new Lamborghini Centenario represents a new, extremely precious piece in Lamborghini’s one-off strategy. It is a tribute to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mr. Ferruccio Lamborghini. A total of 20 Coupe will be made (probably all sold out). One of the most exclusive (and sought-after) cars in the whole world.

Lamborghini Centenario Roadster

Lamborghini Centenario Roadster

The open air version of the Lamborghini Centenario. A total of 20 Roadster’s will be made. The Centenario Roadster adopts Lamborghini new rear wheel steering. Designers at Centro Stile Lamborghini even developed a special exterior silver color, called “Argento Centenario” (pictured above).

Lamborghini Concept Cars

We look forward to seeing Lamborghini concept cars because the brand can be counted on to push the limits. Lamborghini concept cars are definitely futuristic and extreme vehicles, showcasing technology and designs that we dream of seeing on future production models.

Lamborghini Marzal

Lamborghini Marzal

The 1967 Marzal was a prototype by Bertone which led the way for the Espada produced only one year later. By having ample room for four people and repositioning the V12 engine up front, the design was a huge departure for Lamborghini design. It was also the second Lamborghini penned by Bertone after the successful Miura supercar.

Lamborghini Bravo Concept

Bravo Concept

Needing a replacement for the Urraco, Lamborghini had Bertone design the Bravo concept car as a possible replacement. The Bravo was first seen at the 1974 Turin Motor Show and was extensively tested before becoming a permanent feature of the Bertone collection. Powering the rear wheels was a 300 bhp V8.

Lamborghini Athon

Lamborghini Athon

In 1980, Bertone created this futuristic concept car for the 1980 Turin Motor Show. It’s chiseled shape was typical of the mid-eighties design and it went on to inspire design in productions such as Tron, Total Recall and Robocop. Bertone built the Athon around the Silhouette chassis which featured a 2.6-liter V8 capable of 260 bhp.

Lamborghini Marco Polo Concept

Lamborghini Marco Polo Concept

The Marco Polo was a styling exercise by ItalDesign that few people know about. Not a running prototype, this Giugiaro design was only a painted plastic model for aerodynamic research. The Lamborghini badge on the nose of the car was not to imply any design program undertaken with the factory but was a compliment paid by Giugiaro.

Lamborghini Portofino Concept

Lamborghini Portofino Concept

The “ultimate mid-engined touring sedan” as it was described by Chrysler is basically a four-door, stretched version of the Lamborghini Jalpa. The Portofino was engineered without B-pillars while all four doors opened upwards to grant access to a comfy interior. Only one was ever made and it was actually heavily crashed in 1991.

Lamborghini P140 Concept

Lamborghini P140 Concept

The Lamborghini P140 is a code name given to a series of prototype cars built by Lamborghini starting in 1987. It was intended as a replacement for the outgoing Jalpa but never went into production. The P140 was the first Lamborghini to be powered by a V10 engine. The P140 was rebodied and became the ItalDesign Cala in 1995.

Lamborghini Cala Italdesign Concept

Lamborghini Cala Italdesign Concept

Italdesign, an independent design studio, revived the P140. Lamborghini, lacking new products, supplied Italdesign with a P140 chassis and engine. It was there were Giorgetto Giugaro exercised his skills to revive the old design. Giugaro’s final shape was a fantastic and like many of his prototypes, the Cala was a fully functional.

Lamborghini Diablo Roadster Concept

Lamborghini Diablo Roadster Concept

On the 1992 Geneva Auto Show, Lamborghini presented a prototype of an open-top version of their flagship, the Diablo Roadster, naturally the roof was removed and the chassis was altered to cope with this, but there were also some other changes which would make their way to the Diablo and Diablo VT production model.

Lamborghini Murciélago Barchetta Concept

Lamborghini Murciélago Barchetta Concept

A prelude to the roadster Murciélago. What sets the Barchetta apart from its coupe counterpart is a number of aggressive styling elements including wheels and a new engine cover. Lamborghini hinted this new styling may reflect the future of their design language still headed by Luc Donkerwolke. It certainly did.

Lamborghini Concept S

Lamborghini Concept S

Luc Donckerwolke, Head of Lamborghini Design wanted to create a new approach to open sports cars. He modified a Gallardo into a roadster which would be reminiscent of classic single-seater racing cars. The car does not have its traditional windscreen, but instead twin wrap around units, like the Plexiglas units from the fifties.

Lamborghini Miura Concept

Miura Concept

Lamborghini Miura Concept, a modern interpretation of the Lamborghini Miura. It was built to commemorate the 40 year anniversary of the original Miura. The new car retains the extraordinary purity of line: the designer’s intervention has been defined by refining the contours and eliminating any superfluous detail.

Lamborghini Egoista

Lamborghini Egoista

Powered by a 5.2-liter V10 engine supplying it with 600 horsepower, the Lamborghini Egoista is an intentionally extreme and unusual vehicle with absolutely unique characteristics, created by the Volkswagen Group design team – Alessandro Dambrosio responsible for the exterior and Stefan Sielaff for the interior, in particular.

Lamborghini Asterion

Lamborghini Asterion

Lamborghini unveiled its first plug-in hybrid (PHEV) technology demonstrator, the Lamborghini Asterion LPI 910-4 at the 2014 Paris Mondial del’Automobile. The Asterion LPI 910-4 is a true Lamborghini: emotional, with a stunning design, powerful, yet conceived more for comfortable luxury daily cruising than track performance.

Lamborghini Estoque

Lamborghini Estoque

In 2009, Lamborghini previewed a four-door four-seat Gallardo. The financial crisis wiped out hope of it going into production. It had a 500-hp-plus V10 front-mid-engine sedan that goes and sounds like a Lamborghini but also has space for four adults and three sets of golf clubs. The Estoque is a Lambo that can be used every day.

Lamborghini Terzo Millennio

Terzo Millennio

Terzo Millennio is a futuristic concept car unveiled by Lamborghini, developed in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). ‘Terzo Millennio’ means third millennium. The Terzo is basically a rolling technical test bed designed to challenge current EV thinking and jump-start a radical approach.

Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato

Lamborghini Huracán Sterrato

Based on the Huracán EVO, the Huracán Sterrato Concept is the off-road vehicle. The Sterrato Concept still has most of the Huracán EVO’s bits, including the 5.2-liter V10 that makes 640 hp. The drive systems have been recalibrated to handle the rigors of off-road terrain. The vehicle has all-wheel drive, four-wheel steering and torque vectoring.

 

Lamborghini Race Cars

Lamborghini was not a manufacturer known for its racing heritage which is why there are no Lamborghini race cars in the early days of the brand. More recently however we see that the company has started to invest in racing models for their customers. Most recently Lamborghini announced the Huracan Super Trofeo race car and its a cracker. Here is a look at all the Lamborghini race cars created throughout the company’s history.

Lamborghini Diablo Jota

Diablo Jota

In the 1990s, Lamborghini wanted to get into GT1 racing. To do it, Lamborghini built the Lamborghini Diablo Jota race car and sold it to privateers. The car got new cams, upgraded ECU, a revised intake system, racing exhaust, fixed suspension, adjustable sway bars, plexiglass windows, more airflow via new air ducting, and a monster wing. The naturally aspirated V12 was good for 600 horsepower.

Lamborghini Diablo GT1 Stradale

Diablo GT1 Stradale

Technically these GT1 Stradale is road legal so maybe we shouldn’t include them in our racing cars section. Oh well. Lambo made two GT1 Stradale cars in partnership with a French racing team. They cars had a naturally aspirated V12 with 665 horsepower. In true racing style, power was transmitted via a Hewland 6-Speed sequential gearbox. The cars also had some extreme aero going on with huge cooling ducts all over the car.

Diablo SV-R

Diablo SV-R

31 Diablo SV-R cars were created to compete in a one-make race series in 1996. Based on the awesome Diablo SV it was heavily tweaked. Weight saving was a big focus, the result being the SV-R weighing 360 pounds less than the SV. The SV-R looks cool with its massive twin intakes, helping the 5.7-litre V12 generate 540 horsepower at 7,100 rpm. In typical race car fashion there no mufflers, so it sounds absurdly good.

Diablo GT2

Diablo GT2

The Diablo GT2 was developed to compete in the GT2 category of the FIA-GT Championship in the 1997 season. Engine displacement was raised to 6 liters for the first time and the GT2 also got a variable intake system, titanium connecting rods and special camshafts. Power was 631 hp. Weight was dropped via the use of carbon fiber body panels. It also got an aggressive front spoiler and a carbon rear wing to improve aero.

Diablo GTR

Diablo GTR

31 Diablo GTR cars were built to contest Lambo’s one-make ‘Supertrophy’ championship. It has a roll cage and is almost entirely made from carbon fiber,. It also gets plexiglass windows, a new aero kit, racing suspension, racing brakes, and magnesium wheels. The 6.0-litre V12 was tweaked to produce 590 hp thanks to multi-throttle intake manifold, variable valve timing, titanium connecting rods and a lightened crankshaft.

Murciélago R-GT

Murciélago R-GT

The Murcielago R-GT offered clients a car with which to compete in global racing. The car was built to be eligible to compete at Le Mans and in the American Le Mans Series. The R-GT gets an air restricted 6 liter V12 engine and sequential gearbox, plus the AWD was switched to RWD (per FIA/ACO regulations). The total weight will be contained within the relevant class specification of 1100 kg.

Murciélago RG-1

Murciélago RG-1

The Murciélago RG-1 was a version of R-GT built for the Japan Lamborghini Owners Club (JLOC) to compete in Japanese Super GT series in 2004. In March 2006, the RG-1 recorded a win in the GT300 class at the Super GT Suzuka 500 km race. The RG-1LM was also made and was an endurance version of RG-1 specially developed for JLOC by Reiter Engineering and run in 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 2006.

Murciélago LP670 R-SV

Murciélago LP670 R-SV

This was a model made by the road car customization shop known as Reiter Engineering, specifically for racing. It kept the base cars 670 hp V12 without expensive tuning or modifications. The race spec Lamborghini tips the scales at only 2,535 pounds and features some significantly modified aerodynamics. Reiter saw some success winning two Championship races finishing third in the championship.

Gallardo GT3

Gallardo GT3

The Gallardo GT3 was built for the FIA’s GT3 category. Reiter Engineering of Germany worked in collaboration with Lamborghini to make a race-ready Gallardo. Each Gallardo GT3 was built with minor modifications that mesh with the new cost effective regulations. The car got Brembo brakes, adjustable dampers, racing wheels and a free-flow exhaust. Reiter can also supplied race components to regular owners.

Gallardo Super GT

Gallardo Super GT

The Super GT was built for the Japan Lamborghini Owners Club (JLOC) for the GT300 class of the Japanese Super GT Championship. The engine could only have a power output of 296 hp and the car must be rear-wheel-drive. The power was limited by air restrictors placed in the engine bay. The gearbox is a sequential 6-Speed twin-clutch setup. The Super GT had advanced aero and a huge rear wing. It was not super competitive.

Blancpain Super Trofeo

Blancpain Super Trofeo

31 Super Trofeo’s were built for a Lamborghini’s one-make series. The cars came with a reworked chassis, significantly reduced weight and power output of  570 hp. The cars retained permanent four-wheel drive with viscous traction. The Super Trofeo race car were based on the Gallardo LP 560-4 and were powered by the new (at the time) 5.2 litre V10 direct injection ‘Iniezione Diretta Stratificata’, engine.

Gallardo Reiter Extenso

Gallardo Reiter Extenso

When Lamborghini decided to take its race program inhouse with the launch of the Huracan, its longtime racing partner Reiter decided to show the world that it still had what it takes. Designed to comply with GT3 regulations, Reiter widened the rear track by five inches to make it over 80 inches wide, cloaked it in carbon-fiber bodywork, fitted new camshafts and Mahle pistons and retuned the exhaust. Way to show them.

Gallardo American Le Mans

Gallardo American Le Mans

West Racing raced the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560 GT in the American Le Mans Series. The supercar, which was developed in cooperation with tire partner Yokohama. It is based on the Gallardo LP560-4 which is powered by the new 5.2 liter V10 engine with an output of 560 hp at 8,000 rpm. This car was also known as the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 GT from West Racing Team.

Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo

Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo

For 2013, Lamborghini R&D Motorsport updated their Super Trofeo with revised bodywork and a new aerodynamics package. The car was eligible for the European Blancpain Super Trofeo and the Asian Super Trofeo. It took the proven chassis and mechanical platform of its predecessor, but takes a significant step forward following extensive aero changes. The net benefit is 120% improvement in aero- efficiency over the 2012.

Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo

Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo

The Huracán LP 620-2 Super Trofeo is an all-new race car based on the Huracan. The is light and strong (45% improvement compared to the previous model in terms of torsional rigidity). Dry weight of the car is 1,270 Kg. It adopts the V10 direct injection engine mounted on the road car, managed by a Motec control unit that delivers a maximum output of 620 hp and an astonishing weight/power ratio of 2.05 Kg/hp.

Huracán GT3

Huracán GT3

Introduced in 2015, The Lamborghini Huracán GT3 was developed in collaboration with Dallara. It features the 5.2 L V10 gasoline engine of the standard car and has a weight of 2,712 lb. Team Lazarus won the 2016 International GT Open with drivers Thomas Biagi and Fabrizio Crestani. Also, Barwell Motorsport claimed four wins in the 2016 British GT Championship.

Huracán GT3 Evo

Huracán GT3 Evo

An evolution of the Huracan GT3, the GT3 Evo race car is based on a hybrid body shell, primarily made of aluminum and reinforced with carbon fiber. The GT3 Evo gets the same 5.2 liter aspirated V10 from latest generation of the Huracán Performante. Lamborghini focused on aerodynamics, optimizing for improving stability and reducing pitch sensitivity as well as better cooling thanks to help from Dallara.

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