If you had a need for speed, the booth of Roger Dubuis was the place to be during SIHH 2018! Completely dedicated to the partnerships that the brand has with both Lamborghini, as well as Pirelli, it introduced exciting new versions of both the Excalibur Spider Pirelli, as well as the Excalibur Aventador S.
Lamborghini’s first SUV, the unmistakably ’80s LM002, was a military-grade brute powered by a screaming V-12 engine. While it seemed completely offbeat at the time, it turned out to be prescient given today’s ever-expanding array of ultra-luxury, high-performance SUVs from the likes of Bentley, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Maserati, and, soon, Ferrari and Aston Martin.
Meet the ultimate “Raging Bull” of the SUV market, Lamborghini’s Urus, which the company vows will be the world’s fastest sport utility vehicle.
No longer will sun-loving Lamborghini Aventador Roadster buyer suffer the heartbreak of living with only 700 horsepower, because at next week’s Frankfurt Motor Show the Italian supercar builder will publicly unveil the Aventador S Roadster.
While we are thrilled by the stunning speed demonstrated by the Lamborghini Huracan Performante in setting a new Nurburgring lap record for street cars, the tuners at North Carolina’s Underground Racing were gunning for an even bigger number, hitting 250.27 mph to set a new half-mile world record. Watch it here:
Ask an Italian what ala means, and they’ll tell you, “wing.” Unless they work for Lamborghini, in which case, they’ll say it’s shorthand for Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva. In the case of the Huracán Performante, they’re both right.
Unlike the infamous Italian supercars, these bikes weren’t built for speed. But they sure strike a sporty silhouette. But beyond that, their nontraditional body offers a nice stable ride for urban pedalers.