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Lamborghini ALPHA ONE is a smartphone priced like a car

Lamborghini ALPHA ONE is a smartphone priced like a car

With the rising prices of high-end smartphones, you might have presumed that the age of even more expensive luxury phones is over. Not so, says Tonino Lamborghini. The brand whose name has become synonymous with luxury cars has just unveiled its latest masterpiece. Called the "ALPHA ONE", the unassuming name of the smartphone belies its ties to sports cars and luxury vehicles, not to mention its price tag.

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Lamborghini Urus SUV will be the only plug-in hybrid in the Raging Bull line

Lamborghini Urus SUV will be the only plug-in hybrid in the Raging Bull line

Many sports car makers are going to hybrid drivetrains not so much for fuel economy, but to improve performance in many cases. The hybrid drivetrain allows for sports cars to be tuned with an electric assist for low end performance while the engine can be tuned to high-end performance. Lamborghini has stayed away from this trend for the most part and confirmation has been made that the coming Urus SUV will be the only plug-in hybrid in the Lamborghini line.

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Ixoost EsaVox speaker is $21K and uses real Lamborghini parts

Ixoost EsaVox speaker is $21K and uses real Lamborghini parts

These days, it's becoming more and more common to see luxury car brand names appear on products that aren't cars. This includes Ferrari on a phone, BMW on a bike, and even the Porsche Design team, which slaps the German maker's name on anything it can get its hands on. But this Lamborghini speaker from Italy's Ixoost takes things to a whole new level.

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Lamborghini, Aston Martin debut special edition convertibles at Pebble Beach

Lamborghini, Aston Martin debut special edition convertibles at Pebble Beach

This year's Pebble Beach car show is being held this weekend in California, and as the automakers tend to do at luxury events like this, both Lamborghini and Aston Martin have revealed new convertible models of some already special edition vehicles announced earlier this year. Lamborghini brought the 770hp Centenario Roadster to the show, while Aston Martin showed up with a convertible Vanquish Zagato.

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Aventador Miura Homage celebrates 50th anniversary of Lamborghini’s best model

Aventador Miura Homage celebrates 50th anniversary of Lamborghini’s best model

Currently being held in southern England this week, the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed is an event that celebrates some of the best classic cars of new and old. A fitting venue, then, for Lamborghini to debut its latest super-limited special edition: the Aventador Miura Homage. As you'd guess by the name, it's an Aventador with a few special features meant to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Lamborghini Miura, one of the company's most iconic models.

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Millions worth in Lamborghini supercars gathering [Video]

Millions worth in Lamborghini supercars gathering [Video]

Lamborghini is easily among the most alluring supercar makers, and when dozens of Italian bulls gather in one place, it makes for quite a theatrical sight. We recently spent a day with Lamborghini, and a Southern California-based Lambo owners club. While we got to stretch a Huracán LP 580-2’s legs in the canyons around Malibu—more on that on SlashGear soon—it was witnessing the ultra-rare collection of so many glorious Italian supercars in one place that continues to resonate.

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This weird Lamborghini Countach is amphibious and up for sale

This weird Lamborghini Countach is amphibious and up for sale

Almost everyone imagines what it would be like to drive a Lamborghini at some point, but what if you could own one and drive it in the water? Here's your chance to do just that, as someone is selling a one of a kind amphibious Lamborghini on eBay right now, for the not too unreasonable price of roughly $26,800. It does have a few particularities, such as not being in decent condition and needing several repairs, oh, and there's the fact that it's not an actual Lamborghini.

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Very first Lamborghini Miura SV restored in honor of 50th anniversary

Very first Lamborghini Miura SV restored in honor of 50th anniversary

The Miura is one of Lamborghini's most iconic and beautiful models, and the Italian sports car maker has revealed that in celebration of the 50th anniversary of its 1966 debut, they completely restored the very first Miura SV (Super Veloce) that was shown to the public. On display at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance car event in Florida this weekend is the Miura SV that was revealed at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show.

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The curios & priceless classics of Amelia Concourse 2016

The curios & priceless classics of Amelia Concourse 2016

Lamborghinis, Ferraris, BMWs, and Fiats, with every slice of exotica in-between. Amelia Island Concourse d'Elegance might feature some of the rarest, most expensive autos in the world, but Cars & Coffee opens the weekend with a far broader slice of four-wheeled entertainment. You can never quite predict what will be rubbing shoulders with bonafide supercars.

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Lamborghini Centenario to make its digital debut in new Forza game

Lamborghini Centenario to make its digital debut in new Forza game

If you're into cars, you've likely already been following the Geneva Motor Show, which kicked off this week. And that means you've seen the new Lamborghini Centenario, one of the biggest highlights of the event so far. You probably didn't expect a video game announcement to come from the show, however, but that's what Microsoft has done, revealing that a new title in its flagship racing series Forza is on the way, with Lamborghini's Centenario to be the cover car.

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The 770HP Lamborghini Centenario is a Geneva birthday gift

The 770HP Lamborghini Centenario is a Geneva birthday gift

No Lamborghini has ever been described as cuddly, but the Centenario, revealed at the Geneva Motor Show today, is aggressive even by raging bull standards. The latest in the Italian marque's limited-edition boutique productions, the forty Centenario cars arrive to celebrate the centenary of company founder Ferruccio Lamborghini's birth, and they're an expensive gift.

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Exclusive: Lamborghini CEO’s last interview on EVs, Urus SUV speed, more

Exclusive: Lamborghini CEO’s last interview on EVs, Urus SUV speed, more

Ultra charismatic, successful by any measure, head of one of the most iconic, sexy nameplates, we sat down with Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann at the global launch of the Huracán Spyder in Miami. The Berlin-born, Italian living (and loving) son of a diplomat, Winkelmann has been the top Bull for more than a decade, overseeing the freshly-hatched Aventador supercar, and then its baby sib, the Huracán.

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