Lamborghini has unveiled a new concept car that points to a future where the iconic Lambo V12 has a place along with electric hybrid technology. The car is called the Lamborghini Sian, and it has a V12 engine that is paired with what Lambo calls "groundbreaking hybrid technologies" that combine to create a super sports car of the future.
Lamborghini is on hand at Monterey Car Week, and at the show, it is unveiling a pair of special edition cars along with talking up new colors for the Urus SUV. The new cars that Lamborghini is showing off include the Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster, a limited edition production version of the iconic roadster. That car will be produced in a limited run of 63 units to commemorate the founding of the company in 1963.
Car design may still be led by the heart, not the head, but VW is experimenting with artificial intelligence that could dramatically change how components are made, even growing them using cutting-edge 3D printing. The technology could help significantly lower weight, as well as give automakers greater flexibility in designing unusual parts for future models.
Supercar top speed is a boring number. There, I said it. Of all the metrics to judge a performance vehicle by, none get quite so much attention as just how fast it will go, and none have so little relevance in everyday life as the biggest digit the speedometer can display. As the 2020 Lamborghini Huracán EVO is so eager to show you, it's how well a car corners that you should really care about.
Lamborghini has unveiled a new concept car that might be the coolest off-roader that the Italian brand has ever offered, and it has offered some cool off-road rides in the past. The concept is called the Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato, and it is based on the V10 Huracan. Lambo says that the new concept car draws on its off-road expertise exemplified in the Urus Super SUV.
Lamborghini has sliced the top off one of its most potent cars, with the Huracán EVO Spyder promising extreme performance with no roof to get in the way. Sibling to the Huracán EVO coupe that made its debut in January, the new convertible will headline Lamborghini's news at the Geneva Motor Show 2019 next week.
This year will mark a refresh for the already sexy Lamborghini Huracan. The revised car will debut this year as a 2020 model according to rumors. Ahead of the unveiling of the refreshed Huaracan, Lamborghini is teasing the redesign with a few images.
You used to know where you were with an SUV. Five seats, maybe seven; plenty of space for luggage; and most likely all-wheel drive: in short, something perfectly functional to take the family on a cross-country vacation. These days, though, the SUV has morphed into something altogether different.
The 2019 Lamborghini Urus is, depending on your frame of reference, the natural evolution of an enthusiast's performance car brand or a monstrous betrayal by yet another fan-favorite. With it, the Italian automaker joins the long - and growing - list of luxury car companies adding an SUV to their line-up. Entrusted with the keys to this $200k+ monster, I had one big question I hoped to answer: is the Urus a "proper" Lamborghini?
Lamborghini is talking up a single-brand racing series for SUVs starting in 2020. If the thought of seeing the Lambo Urus SUV in door-to-door racing gets you excited, wait until you see the concept car that Lamborghini may use. The vehicle is called the Urus ST-X Concept.