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PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini’s Successor to the Aventador Super Veloce Could Use “Jota” Moniker

The successor to the Lamborghini Aventador Super Veloce may feature a designation that Lambo fans are very familiar with as a new spy image revealed that the car’s full name will be the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. We can establish that the first two letters of the suffix stand for “Super Veloce,” but the last letter — J — could point to the return of the “Jota” moniker.


“Details are still scarce about the Aventador SVJ, but it is expected that the model will be offered in limited quantities, similar to the Aventador SV.”

The Italian automaker has used the “Jota” name in the past, most recently on the one-off Lamborghini Aventador. The name’s roots can be traced to Lamborghini development driver Bob Wallace, who was instrumental in convincing Lamborghini to create a test mule for the Lamborghini Miura that would be eligible to the FIA’s Appendix J racing regulations back in the early 1970s. Since then, the Jota moniker has been used on a handful of models, including the Diablo SE30 Jota, arguably one of the rarest Lamborghinis of all time. It’s unclear how many Diablo SE30 Jotas were created, but the most common response you’re going to get is that Lamborghini built 28 Jota kits for the Diablo. However, only 12 kits were installed by the automaker. The other 16 kits were offered to existing Diablo SE30 owners, where they could have the kits installed by local dealers.

Fast forward to 2018, and it looks like Lamborghini is about to dust off the Jota moniker once again. Details are still scarce about the Aventador SVJ, but it is expected that the model will be offered in limited quantities, similar to the Aventador SV. The Aventador SVJ’s power numbers have yet to be revealed as well, but we can safely assume that it’ll feature the Aventador’s 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V-12 unit and will have an output of at least 700 horsepower, maybe even more. The limited-run supercar should also get a smattering of aerodynamic upgrades to give justice to its use of the Jota name.

Expect the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ to make its debut soon, possibly as soon as the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. It would be fitting for Lambo to bring the car to the Swiss city because it’s where the company introduced the Aventador Super Veloce three years ago.

References

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Read our full review on the 2015 Lamborghini Aventador Super Veloce.


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Read our full review on the 2019 Lamborghini Aventador Performante.


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Read our full review on the 1993 Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota.


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PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini Polo Storico at Salon Rétromobile 2018

For those of who are not familiar with Lamborghini Polo Storico, it’s a division of Automobili Lamborghini committed to the restoration and certification of classic Lamborghini cars. And they are having a field day at this year’s Salon Rétromobile in Paris these days, presenting two superb projects. 

The first car Lamborghini Polo Storico is showing off at the Parisian classic car show is a sweet 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400. This beauty has been through a ten-month restoration process to return to original glory with original specs. The body is finished in Verde Scandal while the chassis and electrical, braking and cooling systems have been renewed. The interior to has been completely redone, including the dashboard which has also been restored to its authentic color of Testa di Moro. This Miura is now one of the most desirable cars in the whole world.

The second of latest projects at Lamborghini Polo Storico is a 1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400 and what’s interesting about this one is that they have put it on display half way through the restoration. It gives you an opportunity to see up close how this gargantuan task is being carried out. Every single part of the car has been stripped off, the color is being redone in the original yellow, components are being replaced as necessary using Lamborghini original spare parts, and the interior is being refurbished in the original Tabacco color.

Another highlight of the Polo Storico is a showcase of the Lamborghini’s V12 4.0 liter engine head, being reproduced as a result of client requests. These are being built to the exact original specs, making the job of restoring classic V12 engines a lot easier.









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PostHeaderIcon Superbowl LII Throwback: All of the Car Commercials From the Big Game

Maybe your team lost, or maybe you sided with the Patriots before they started to make that massive comeback. One thing that was sure to make you happy either way was the various car commercials that debuted during the game. There was certainly something for everyone, like the Lamborghini Monster ad for supercar freaks or, if you’re into Offroad, the Jeep commercials. Hell, the Ram commercials hit us right in the feels on a number of levels. Needless to say, if you didn’t watch the game, you should probably catch up on all of the car commercials. They didn’t all have the pizzazz that we’ve come to love from the past, but they are all worth their weight, that’s for sure. So, with that said, we’ve compiled them all down below. If you haven’t watched them, take a half hour or so out of your day to enjoy each one. You might be happy that you did.

Hyundai Hope Detector


Hyundai: Ref to the Rescue


Jeep: The Road


Jeep: Anti-Manifesto


Jeep: Jeep Jurassic


Kia: Feel Something Again


Lexus: Long Live the King


Lamborghini\Monster: Monster


Ram: Built to Serve


Ram: We will Rock You


Toyota: Good Odds


Toyota Mobility Anthem:


Toyota: One Team


References


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PostHeaderIcon Superbowl LII Throwback: All of the Car Commercials From the Big Game

Maybe your team lost, or maybe you sided with the Patriots before they started to make that massive comeback. One thing that was sure to make you happy either way was the various car commercials that debuted during the game. There was certainly something for everyone, like the Lamborghini Monster ad for supercar freaks or, if you’re into Offroad, the Jeep commercials. Hell, the Ram commercials hit us right in the feels on a number of levels. Needless to say, if you didn’t watch the game, you should probably catch up on all of the car commercials. They didn’t all have the pizzazz that we’ve come to love from the past, but they are all worth their weight, that’s for sure. So, with that said, we’ve compiled them all down below. If you haven’t watched them, take a half hour or so out of your day to enjoy each one. You might be happy that you did.

Hyundai Hope Detector


Hyundai: Ref to the Rescue


Jeep: The Road


Jeep: Anti-Manifesto


Jeep: Jeep Jurassic


Kia: Feel Something Again


Lexus: Long Live the King


Lamborghini\Monster: Monster


Ram: Built to Serve


Ram: We will Rock You


Toyota: Good Odds


Toyota Mobility Anthem:


Toyota: One Team


References


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PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini Aventador Could be Replaced by Hybrid Hypercar but the Brand Will Avoid Self-Driving and All-Electric Tech

In yet another sign that times are changing in Lamborghini, the Italian automaker is reportedly considering a hybrid supercar to serve as a replacement to the Lamborghini Aventador once the latter’s life cycle ends. It’s not a foregone conclusion, but Lamborghini’s head of research and development, Maurizio Reggiani, isn’t about to close the door on the possibility either. On the other hand, don’t expect the Italian automaker to start rolling out the red carpet for electric cars and autonomous vehicles. That’s not happening anytime soon because Lambo is still Lambo, and as such, it still has performance requirements to uphold.


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“Hybrids are a possibility, but before Lamborghini dives headfirst into that pool, it needs to address a few issues, including the kind of weight a Lamborghini will pack if it does go the hybrid route.”

There may come a day when a hybrid supercar comes out from Sant’Agata, Bolognese. That’s the tone Maurizio Reggiani had in a conversation with Motor Authority
regarding the replacement for the seven-year-old Lamborghini Aventador. “With the new Aventador we must decide what will be the future of the super sports car in terms of electric contribution,” he said. “What way to manage the weight coming from electrification, and to be able to guarantee every way to have the DNA of a super sports car.”

Reggiani’s comments are consistent with what we’ve been hearing from Lamborghini recently. Hybrids are a possibility, but before Lamborghini dives headfirst into that pool, it needs to address a few issues, including the kind of weight a Lamborghini will pack if it does go the hybrid route. As it is, the Aventador already weighs over 4,000 pounds, which is already heavier than a car like the 3,400-pound McLaren P1 that has to account for the excess weight attributed to electric components and battery packs. A hybrid Lamborghini with the same components could balloon in weight even more. That’s a real issue that Lamborghini will have to address before it can seriously think about building a hybrid replacement for the Aventador.


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“Going full electric isn’t possible at the moment, even with the Urus SUV.”

As far as electric cars and autonomous technology are concerned, don’t expect Lamborghini to actively pursue either of these two technologies. Reggiani made that clear when he told Motor Authority that going full electric isn’t possible at the moment, even with the Urus SUV. “I think it’s not still mature,” he said. “If you want on a dune experience off-road, it cannot be. With the temperature off-road, you will drive to the top of a hill, and after you have depleted energy.” That’s not to say that Lamborghini is shutting the door on electric cars permanently. There’s still a way to get the company to start using it, provided that batteries become lighter and easier to cool.

Autonomous driving technology, on the other hand, is a non-starter because it takes part of the experience of driving Lamborghinis away from the driver. “If you pay money to have fun to drive a super sports car, you want to drive the car, not a robot,” Reggiani added.

References

Lamborghini Aventador


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Read our full review on the 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S.


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PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini Aventador Could be Replaced by Hybrid Hypercar but the Brand Will Avoid Self-Driving and All-Electric Tech

In yet another sign that times are changing in Lamborghini, the Italian automaker is reportedly considering a hybrid supercar to serve as a replacement to the Lamborghini Aventador once the latter’s life cycle ends. It’s not a foregone conclusion, but Lamborghini’s head of research and development, Maurizio Reggiani, isn’t about to close the door on the possibility either. On the other hand, don’t expect the Italian automaker to start rolling out the red carpet for electric cars and autonomous vehicles. That’s not happening anytime soon because Lambo is still Lambo, and as such, it still has performance requirements to uphold.


Lamborghini Aventador Could be Replaced by Hybrid Hypercar but the Brand Will Avoid Self-Driving and All-Electric Tech - image 698829
“Hybrids are a possibility, but before Lamborghini dives headfirst into that pool, it needs to address a few issues, including the kind of weight a Lamborghini will pack if it does go the hybrid route.”

There may come a day when a hybrid supercar comes out from Sant’Agata, Bolognese. That’s the tone Maurizio Reggiani had in a conversation with Motor Authority
regarding the replacement for the seven-year-old Lamborghini Aventador. “With the new Aventador we must decide what will be the future of the super sports car in terms of electric contribution,” he said. “What way to manage the weight coming from electrification, and to be able to guarantee every way to have the DNA of a super sports car.”

Reggiani’s comments are consistent with what we’ve been hearing from Lamborghini recently. Hybrids are a possibility, but before Lamborghini dives headfirst into that pool, it needs to address a few issues, including the kind of weight a Lamborghini will pack if it does go the hybrid route. As it is, the Aventador already weighs over 4,000 pounds, which is already heavier than a car like the 3,400-pound McLaren P1 that has to account for the excess weight attributed to electric components and battery packs. A hybrid Lamborghini with the same components could balloon in weight even more. That’s a real issue that Lamborghini will have to address before it can seriously think about building a hybrid replacement for the Aventador.


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“Going full electric isn’t possible at the moment, even with the Urus SUV.”

As far as electric cars and autonomous technology are concerned, don’t expect Lamborghini to actively pursue either of these two technologies. Reggiani made that clear when he told Motor Authority that going full electric isn’t possible at the moment, even with the Urus SUV. “I think it’s not still mature,” he said. “If you want on a dune experience off-road, it cannot be. With the temperature off-road, you will drive to the top of a hill, and after you have depleted energy.” That’s not to say that Lamborghini is shutting the door on electric cars permanently. There’s still a way to get the company to start using it, provided that batteries become lighter and easier to cool.

Autonomous driving technology, on the other hand, is a non-starter because it takes part of the experience of driving Lamborghinis away from the driver. “If you pay money to have fun to drive a super sports car, you want to drive the car, not a robot,” Reggiani added.

References

Lamborghini Aventador


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Read our full review on the 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S.


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PostHeaderIcon The Raging Bull Is On Fire: Lamborghini Posts Record Sales in 2017

Precise Aerodynamics

Lamborghini has been a fuoco in recent years. The Italian automaker came into 2017 having recorded six straight years of rising sales. Turns out, that streak remains alive and strong. As expensive as its cars are, Lamborghini posted another banner year in 2017 after selling 3,815 units throughout the year. That figure represents an increase of 10 percent compared to its numbers in 2016.

To say that it’s been a good sales year for Lamborghini is a massive understatement. For the year, the Italian automaker sold 3,815 units, an increase of 358 sold units compared to the 3,457 units it sold in 2016. It’s the seventh straight year that Lambo has improved its sales volume.

Lambo’s successful run in 2017 can be attributed to a number of factors. First, it grew its dealership network by adding 10 more dealerships throughout the course of the year. As it stands, the company now has 145 dealers from all over the world, a staggering number for an automaker that’s known largely for its exclusivity.


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“More importantly, Lambo’s success can also be traced back to the strong performance of the Huracan.”

More importantly, Lambo’s success can also be traced back to the strong performance of the Huracan. The 600-horsepower, V-10 supercar continued to sell like ice cream on a hot summer day in 2017. For the year, sales of the Huracan reached 2,642 units, accounting for almost 70 percent of Lamborghini’s total sales volume for the year. In fact, the Huracan has been such a success for Lamborghini that the automaker actually built the 9,000th unit of the model after just three years of production.


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“It goes without saying that the Huracan is on pace to become Lamborghini’s most successful model in history, upending the iconic Gallardo that sold more than 14,000 units in the course of its 10-year life.”

It goes without saying that the Huracan is on pace to become Lamborghini’s most successful model in history, upending the iconic Gallardo that sold more than 14,000 units in the course of its 10-year life. If current trends hold, the Huracan will eclipse the Gallardo’s total sales volume by 2020, doing so in half the time the Gallardo did to get to its record number. The Huracan should hold on to that record, at least until the Urus inevitably wrestles it away.


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“The arrival of Lamborghini’s new SUV, the Urus, is expected to help the company {double} its sales volume in 2018.”

That’s right. The arrival of Lamborghini’s new SUV, the Urus, is expected to help the company double its sales volume in 2018. We’re talking about selling just under 8,000 total units for the year, a remarkable achievement considering that the company sold just 1,302 models as recently as 2010.

Most of Lamborghini’s sales for the coming year will likely belong in the U.S. market, which retained its spot as the automaker’s biggest market with sales of 1,095 units in 2017. Japan and the UK are also expected to contribute heavily this year after posting sales of 411 and 353 units, respectively, in 2017.

References

Lamborghini Urus


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Read our full review on the 2019 Lamborghini Urus.

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Read our full review on the 2017 Lamborghini Huracan.


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PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Watch Lamborghini’s Whole Model History in Under Seven Minutes

If you’re only going to watch one car video today, my request is for you to watch this video. Prepared by YouTube channel Cars Evolution, this is a seven-minute video dedicated entirely to the history of Lamborghini’s models, dating back to the 350 GT, the automaker’s first-ever production car, all the way to the Urus, it’s most recent model. Along the way, you’ll also get to know some interesting facts about each of Lambo’s models. Think you know everything there is to know about Lamborghini’s mode history? Watch this video and find out.


“The Automobili division was created because Ferruccio wanted to compete with established marques at that time, most notably Ferrari.”

If you’re a Lamborghini historian, you know that Lamborghini founder Ferruccio Lamborghini didn’t create
Lamborghini Automobili until 1963, 15 years after he founded Lamborghini Tratorri in 1948. The Automobili division was created because Ferruccio wanted to compete with established marques at that time, most notably Ferrari.


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The company’s first production car was the 280-horsepower 350 GT, which featured, among other things, a fully independent suspension unit. From there, Lamborghini launched models like the 400 GT 2+2, Miura, and Espada, two of the most iconic old-school Lambos in history. Other models, including the Islero, Jarama, and Urraco, were all launched within the first decade of the company’s existence.


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It wasn’t until 1974 when Lamborghini launched the Countach, the same model that would usher the brand into a new level of supercar exclusivity. The Silhouette, Jalpa, and LM002 SUV soon followed. In 1990, Lamborghini launched the Diablo, the only car it built under the ownership of Chrysler. It took 11 years for Lamborghini to build its next model, the Murcielago, which a lot of us are familiar with today. The Gallardo came next, becoming the most popular Lamborghini model of all time with over 14,000 sold units. Then, in 2008, Lamborghini launched the Reventon, beginning a trend of ultra-limited Lamborghini models that now include the Sesto Elemento, Veneno Roadster, and Centenario.


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The video covers all of these Lamborghinis and throws in a cool fast facts section towards the end. That facts section is particularly interesting because it talks about a lot of interesting trivia items associated with the company. Did any of you know that the Diablo’s headlights are actually the same headlights found on the Nissan 300ZX? Apparently, Lamborghini added a special carbon fiber piece inside the headlights to hide the Nissan logo.


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If you have time today or this weekend, make sure you watch this video. While you’re at it, check out the Cars Evolution page on YouTube. It’s a new channel that only has three videos at the moment. The other two videos talk about the evolution of the Nissan Skyline and GT-R and the evolution of the BMW M5.

Better yet, subscribe to the channel. The guys behind it are definitely worth following.

References


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Read our full review on the 1966-1969 Lamborghini Miura.


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Read our full review on the 1986-1993 Lamborghini LM002.


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Read our full review on the 2016 Lamborghini Centenario.


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Read more Lamborghini news.

PostHeaderIcon Video of the Day: Watch Lamborghini’s Whole Model History in Under Seven Minutes

If you’re only going to watch one car video today, my request is for you to watch this video. Prepared by YouTube channel Cars Evolution, this is a seven-minute video dedicated entirely to the history of Lamborghini’s models, dating back to the 350 GT, the automaker’s first-ever production car, all the way to the Urus, it’s most recent model. Along the way, you’ll also get to know some interesting facts about each of Lambo’s models. Think you know everything there is to know about Lamborghini’s mode history? Watch this video and find out.


“The Automobili division was created because Ferruccio wanted to compete with established marques at that time, most notably Ferrari.”

If you’re a Lamborghini historian, you know that Lamborghini founder Ferruccio Lamborghini didn’t create
Lamborghini Automobili until 1963, 15 years after he founded Lamborghini Tratorri in 1948. The Automobili division was created because Ferruccio wanted to compete with established marques at that time, most notably Ferrari.


Video of the Day: Watch Lamborghini's Whole Model History in Under Seven Minutes - image 761816

The company’s first production car was the 280-horsepower 350 GT, which featured, among other things, a fully independent suspension unit. From there, Lamborghini launched models like the 400 GT 2+2, Miura, and Espada, two of the most iconic old-school Lambos in history. Other models, including the Islero, Jarama, and Urraco, were all launched within the first decade of the company’s existence.


Video of the Day: Watch Lamborghini's Whole Model History in Under Seven Minutes - image 761823

It wasn’t until 1974 when Lamborghini launched the Countach, the same model that would usher the brand into a new level of supercar exclusivity. The Silhouette, Jalpa, and LM002 SUV soon followed. In 1990, Lamborghini launched the Diablo, the only car it built under the ownership of Chrysler. It took 11 years for Lamborghini to build its next model, the Murcielago, which a lot of us are familiar with today. The Gallardo came next, becoming the most popular Lamborghini model of all time with over 14,000 sold units. Then, in 2008, Lamborghini launched the Reventon, beginning a trend of ultra-limited Lamborghini models that now include the Sesto Elemento, Veneno Roadster, and Centenario.


Video of the Day: Watch Lamborghini's Whole Model History in Under Seven Minutes - image 761830

The video covers all of these Lamborghinis and throws in a cool fast facts section towards the end. That facts section is particularly interesting because it talks about a lot of interesting trivia items associated with the company. Did any of you know that the Diablo’s headlights are actually the same headlights found on the Nissan 300ZX? Apparently, Lamborghini added a special carbon fiber piece inside the headlights to hide the Nissan logo.


Video of the Day: Watch Lamborghini's Whole Model History in Under Seven Minutes - image 761836

If you have time today or this weekend, make sure you watch this video. While you’re at it, check out the Cars Evolution page on YouTube. It’s a new channel that only has three videos at the moment. The other two videos talk about the evolution of the Nissan Skyline and GT-R and the evolution of the BMW M5.

Better yet, subscribe to the channel. The guys behind it are definitely worth following.

References


1966 - 1969 Lamborghini Miura - image 681983

Read our full review on the 1966-1969 Lamborghini Miura.


1986 - 1993 Lamborghini LM002 - image 737261

Read our full review on the 1986-1993 Lamborghini LM002.


2016 Lamborghini Centenario - image 667625

Read our full review on the 2016 Lamborghini Centenario.


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PostHeaderIcon Don’t Expect Lamborghini To Start Making More SUVs Now

Torque vectoring and rear-wheel steering

2018 is shaping up to be a big year for Lamborghini. This is the year the Urus SUV goes on sale, becoming only the second Lamborghini SUV in history after the Hummer-like LM002 enjoyed a seven-year run from 1986 to 1993. To be clear, the expectations for the Urus are much higher than they ever were for the LM002. Lamborghini expects its new SUV to spearhead another record-breaking sales year, and by all accounts, the Urus is more than capable of doing that. Just don’t expect Lambo to start having illusions of building another SUV model to complement what it already has. That’s not happening, at least not in the near future.


It’s easy to see the temptation in this scenario. Even by Lamborghini’s own expectations, there’s a possibility that the Urus can exceed those expectations and turns into a hot-ticket item. Given how new and unique the Urus is, that could happen. If it does, it’s easy to look at Lambo suddenly getting ideas of leveraging and milking that popularity by introducing a different SUV — or crossover — to slot below the Urus. Porsche took a bite of that apple once. That’s why we have the Macan crossover now. The possibility is there for Lamborghini.


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“The good news is that Lamborghini does have plans to add more variety to the Urus.”

Well, not really. The Italian automaker is not going to build another SUV, at least according to Research & Development Director Maurizio Reggiani. Speaking with Motor Authority, Reggiani shot down any buzz about a second Lamborghini SUV. “We must remember that we have a positioning of our brand that is fundamental,” he said.

“If you don’t have a positioning like we have, you cannot make a car like (the) Urus, you cannot make a car like (the) Aventador, and you cannot make a car like (the) Huracán. For this reason, it is fundamental to guarantee that there is no dilution (to) our brand, and we cannot imagine (having) an SUV smaller than the Urus.”


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“Launching the Urus already rankled the feathers of a lot of Lambo purists. Imagine what happens if the Italian automaker adds a {second} SUV in its lineup.”

Reggiani’s comments make a lot of sense. It’s not fair to compare Lamborghini to Porsche because the latter has a mainstream appeal to it. Lambo, on the other hand, belongs in the upper tier of luxury and performance brands where “exclusivity” still matters a great deal. Launching the Urus already rankled the feathers of a lot of Lambo purists. Imagine what happens if the Italian automaker adds a second SUV in its lineup.


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The good news is that Lamborghini does have plans to add more variety to the Urus. These plans include adding more special derivatives to the model, similar to what it has done in the past with a lot of its supercars, including the Aventador and the Huracan. “In terms of strategy for the Urus, if you talk about (the) SUV, like we did with Aventador and with Huracan, we made special versions. I think this is what our customers expect.”

References

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Read our full review on the 2019 Lamborghini Urus.


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Torque vectoring and rear-wheel steering

2018 is shaping up to be a big year for Lamborghini. This is the year the Urus SUV goes on sale, becoming only the second Lamborghini SUV in history after the Hummer-like LM002 enjoyed a seven-year run from 1986 to 1993. To be clear, the expectations for the Urus are much higher than they ever were for the LM002. Lamborghini expects its new SUV to spearhead another record-breaking sales year, and by all accounts, the Urus is more than capable of doing that. Just don’t expect Lambo to start having illusions of building another SUV model to complement what it already has. That’s not happening, at least not in the near future.


It’s easy to see the temptation in this scenario. Even by Lamborghini’s own expectations, there’s a possibility that the Urus can exceed those expectations and turns into a hot-ticket item. Given how new and unique the Urus is, that could happen. If it does, it’s easy to look at Lambo suddenly getting ideas of leveraging and milking that popularity by introducing a different SUV — or crossover — to slot below the Urus. Porsche took a bite of that apple once. That’s why we have the Macan crossover now. The possibility is there for Lamborghini.


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“The good news is that Lamborghini does have plans to add more variety to the Urus.”

Well, not really. The Italian automaker is not going to build another SUV, at least according to Research & Development Director Maurizio Reggiani. Speaking with Motor Authority, Reggiani shot down any buzz about a second Lamborghini SUV. “We must remember that we have a positioning of our brand that is fundamental,” he said.

“If you don’t have a positioning like we have, you cannot make a car like (the) Urus, you cannot make a car like (the) Aventador, and you cannot make a car like (the) Huracán. For this reason, it is fundamental to guarantee that there is no dilution (to) our brand, and we cannot imagine (having) an SUV smaller than the Urus.”


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“Launching the Urus already rankled the feathers of a lot of Lambo purists. Imagine what happens if the Italian automaker adds a {second} SUV in its lineup.”

Reggiani’s comments make a lot of sense. It’s not fair to compare Lamborghini to Porsche because the latter has a mainstream appeal to it. Lambo, on the other hand, belongs in the upper tier of luxury and performance brands where “exclusivity” still matters a great deal. Launching the Urus already rankled the feathers of a lot of Lambo purists. Imagine what happens if the Italian automaker adds a second SUV in its lineup.


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The good news is that Lamborghini does have plans to add more variety to the Urus. These plans include adding more special derivatives to the model, similar to what it has done in the past with a lot of its supercars, including the Aventador and the Huracan. “In terms of strategy for the Urus, if you talk about (the) SUV, like we did with Aventador and with Huracan, we made special versions. I think this is what our customers expect.”

References

Lamborghini Urus


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Read our full review on the 2019 Lamborghini Urus.


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Read more Lamborghini news.

PostHeaderIcon Kia Pits The Forte Against The Lamborghini Aventador in Hilarious Ad

The Kia Forte and the Lamborghini Aventador are two cars that couldn’t be more different from each other. One is a compact four-door sedan while the other is, well, you know what the Aventador is. On the surface, the Aventador beats the Forte in just about every meaningful discussion. But is the Lamborghini really that much better than the Forte? Kia (obviously) doesn’t think so, and believe it or not; it actually makes a compelling case for its own sedan.

Go ahead and watch the video. Tell me you didn’t get a good laugh out of it. I certainly did. Kia’s justifications for the Forte are all fair. The sedan does have two more doors than the supercar. It also has a big advantage in rear seating, cargo space, touch-screen capability, and wireless charging. It even has the Aventador beat in fuel efficiency and cost. It’s true that you can buy a Forte for a tenth of the price of an Aventador. You can even use the money you saved on something else, including that villa in Italy the voice-over guy suggested. By these metrics, the Forte wins hands down!

In all seriousness, the “rivalry” between the Forte and Aventador is tongue-firmly-planted-in-cheek humor. Give credit to Kia for thinking outside the box with the angle for this commercial. It takes a certain kind of confidence to roll out an Aventador opposite a Forte, and then actually make a compelling case for the latter as the better car.

Well done, Kia. It’s a great commercial, though, I think it would’ve probably been better if you saved this one for Super Bowl LII. Just a thought.


References

Kia Forte


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Read our full review on the 2019 Kia Forte.

Lamborghini Aventador


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Read our full review on the 2017 Lamborghini Aventador.

PostHeaderIcon Feeling Special: Lambo Unveils Urus at Museum of Art, Ditches Detroit Auto Show

The brand-new Lamborghini Urus, the super SUV that drove almost everyone crazy, made its North American debut in Detroit earlier this week. For a couple of hours or so, because the vehicle was displayed at the Museum of Contemporary Art instead of the Detroit Auto Show. Specifically, Lambo made a separate event, invited a few people to see company CEO Stefano Domenicali give a speech, and then took the Urus away, leaving just an orange Huracan on the show floor. Why? Well, maybe it’s because the Italian firm is too special for the Detroit Auto Show.


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This isn’t the first time the Italians have done such a thing. The same thing happened at last year’s Detroit Auto Show, where they set up a separate event for the Aventador Roadster SV and removed the car from Cobo before the visitors were allowed in. When asked by a TopSpeed staffer why the Aventador wasn’t there, a Cobo staff member suggested that perhaps the brand thought it was too special to be there. Well, I agree. We definitely don’t want the new Urus to catch some sort of skin disease from journalists and visitors breathing over it.

Excuse me while I go update my Facebook status to “feeling sick.”

References

Lamborghini Urus


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Read our full review on the 2019 Lamborghini Urus.


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PostHeaderIcon Pirelli Has Six Different Tire Options for the Lamborghini Urus

Mixes Aventador and Huracan with SUV tradition

The Lamborghini Urus is not your standard SUV so it’s not beholden to standard industry practices. That’s the case when it comes to choosing tires for the Lambo SUV. Whereas most tire makers prepare up to around two to three tire options for the standard SUVs, Pirelli doubled that number to six different tire options for the Urus to account for the SUV’s performance capabilities.


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“This led to the development of six different tire choices that fall under P Zero, P Zero Corsa, and Scorpion tires.”

In all seriousness, we’re not being sarcastic when we refer to the Lamborghini Urus as a “special” SUV. It really fits the mold of one because it’s essentially a supercar hiding in SUV clothing. We can all agree on that.

By its nature, the Urus requires a special kind of attention, something Pirelli admittedly had a “technical challenge” dealing with. As popular as SUVs have become, there’s still only one model that counts as a super SUV. So Pirelli did the only thing it could do under this particular set of circumstances. The Italian tire maker developed a tire compound and tread pattern design that would be suitable for the Urus’ performance capabilities. This led to the development of six different tire choices that fall under P Zero, P Zero Corsa, and Scorpion tires.


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“According to Pirelli, the P Zero was designed for use in a performance environment.”

According to Pirelli, the P Zero was designed for use in a performance environment. The P Zero Corsa, on the other hand, was developed for “on-track adrenaline,” which basically means that these are the tires that the Urus should use if it finds itself n a race track setting. Then there’s the “Scorpion,” which Pirelli describes as the most “extreme” set among the three tire options. If you ever want to use the Urus in the outdoors, this is the set of tires that you need to use. All told, Pirelli’s alloy wheel options are available in sizes ranging from 21 to 23 inches.

Pirelli hasn’t said how much a set of these tires are going to cost, but considering the vehicle that it’s going to be used on, you’ll need to prepare to spend well into the four figures for a complete set.

References

Lamborghini Urus


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Read our full review on the 2019 Lamborghini Urus.


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PostHeaderIcon TopCar Lamborghini Urus Styling Package – Preview

Russian tuner of exotic cars TopCar beocmes the first firm to announce an upgrade package for the Lamborghini SUV, the Urus. It remains to be seen if TopCar Lamborghini Urus will be the first tricked-out version of this car to come out, but regardless, it will certainly be one of the coolest. 

We are basing that judgment on how exquisitely cool TopCar Lamborghini Urus look in these official renderings. Having seen their previous works from drawing all the way to the real-world release, we are fairly certain this is exactly what TopCar will make the real package look like. Granted, part of the coolness here is down to that awesome army green paint job. But that is not a tall order for a tuner like TopCar to produce in their workshop.

TopCar Lamborghini Urus, in its first version at least, gets a fairly subtle styling treatment. Well, subtle by Lamborghini and TopCar’s own standards. AT the front you find a chin spoiler and new grille surrounds, complementing the black fender flares the sides.There is also a couple of chunky side skirts which give the Lambo SUV an even more athletic look, and you get red brake calipers inside matte black wheels. At the back of the car a double spoiler feature on the roof and the tailgate is one highlight, dwarfed by the new rear bumper/diffuser combo TopCar has designed. The diffuser also houses new red tailpipes, available in a couple of different designs.

TopCar never does anything mechanical and oily, but they will probably provide you with a lavish interior treatment as well if you ask nicely.





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PostHeaderIcon X-Tomi’s Rendering of a Three-Door Urus Proves Lamborghini Should Make One

We’re still coming to grips with the long-awaited arrival of the Lamborghini Urus, but that hasn’t stopped artist X-Tomi Design from making us crave once again for a Urus model that may not even come. Just as soon as Lamborghini unveiled the four-door Urus, the rendering genius decided to create a different version of the super SUV, one that has two doors instead of four. This is what a two-door Lamborghini Urus looks like, and it looks incredible.


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“The coupe-SUV look of the two-door Urus actually fits more with Lamborghini’s own personality”

Before anybody gets their hopes up, a point of order is in order. Lamborghini has made no plans of developing a two-door version of the Urus. It’s not in the cards, at least as far as we know. But that doesn’t mean we can’t wish for one, especially after seeing X-Tomi Design’s rendering. The coupe-SUV look of the two-door Urus actually fits more with Lamborghini’s own personality. That’s not to say that the current four-door Urus looks bland and upright — it’s sexy in its own way — but the two-door version looks sleeker and sexier. In other words, it looks like a proper Lamborghini.

That said, going the route of a two-door setup does have its disadvantages, specifically when it comes to space. Part of what makes the current Urus special is that it has a luxurious interior that goes well with the aggressive exterior. A two-door version could still produce that luxury element, but it’s going to come at the cost of less space in the cabin, particularly in the rear section the high point of luxury is more prominently shown. Lamborghini would have to give up that aspect of the current Urus’ offering if it goes in the direction of a two-door version.


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Note: Land Rover Evoque Two-Doors pictured here.

In the event it does offer a two-door Urus in the future, it’s going to enter a market that isn’t as populated as the four-door segment. By and large, companies that have launched two-door SUVs have seen their models crash and burn. The two-door version of the Range Rover Evoque has managed to remain relevant, but the list of crossovers and SUVs that had a similar configuration reads like the obituary section of the Sunday newspaper. Very few models lasted the test of time because customers didn’t want them. A two-door Urus can be an exception because it’s a Lamborghini. Its reputation as a performance car brand allows it to circumvent the usual advantages associated with four-door SUVs, including cabin and cargo space. No one’s going to mistake the Urus for a people-carrier because it really isn’t one in the first place. It’s a high-riding supercar that’s packaged as a four-door SUV.

Know what could potentially be better than that? Get rid of the two rear doors and unleash the Urus as the 650-horsepower super SUV that it really is.

References

Lamborghini Urus


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Read our full review on the 2019 Lamborghini Urus.


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Read our full review on the Lamborghini Urus Concept.


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Read our full review on the 1986-1993 Lamborghini LM002.


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PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini Urus Gets its Own Apparel and Accessories Collection

Italian car makers have a deep and fruitful relationship with the country’s top fashion brands. And so with the launch of every new model they present a new line of products inspired by that model. Here’s what Lamborghini Urus fans will be able to get to show they love the car, even if they can’t afford it. 

The Collezione Automobili Lamborghini Urus Super SUV collection, as they call this selection of clothes and accessories, is created in collaboration with Enzo Bonafè, Hettabretz and Tecknomonster. From Bonafè you get two super-comfortable moccasins, hand made and offered in three different colors. Hettabretz presents an exquisite customizable suede jacket, available in a limited run of just 30 pieces. And most importantly, carbon fiber luggage manufacturer Tecknomonster creates two travel sets, each consisting of four suitcases, designed specifically for the Urus’ trunk.

And in case you have forgotten what Lamborghini Urus itself has to offer as a car, the list includes a 4.0 liter V8 twin-turbo engine delivering 650 hp and maximum 6,800 rpm, and 850 Nm of maximum torque, a unique though controversial design, an automatic eight-speed gearbox, four-wheel-drive with torque vectoring and Torsen central self-locking differential, and driving modes SPORT, STRADA, TERRA (off-road), NEVE (snow), SABBIA (sand) and EGO (custom). The Urus accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 3.6 seconds, 0-200 km/h in 12.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 305 km/h.









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PostHeaderIcon Will the Lamborghini Urus Beat the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio’s Lap Record around the Nurburgring?

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The Lamborghini Urus is a weird lambo, but a rather potent SUV, and that’s exactly why the raging bull will be putting it to work on the Nurburgring in an effort to beat out the 7:41.7 SUV lap record of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio. The report comes courtesy of CAR Magazine, with the publication saying the Lamborghini is even “confident that it will take it (the lap record) by a comfortable margin. Will the Urus be able to walk Lamborghini’s talk or will it fall short of the 7:41.7 lap time? Well, it’s hard to say, but the Urus isn’t exactly your grandpa’s daily driver, either.

Powered by a 4.0-liter V-8, the Urus is good for 650 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque. That power puts it in the range of a 3.6-second sprint of 60 mph and a Lambo-promised top speed of 190 mph. Those are some pretty stout figures for an SUV, no doubt, and it’s quite a bit better than that of the Stelvio Quadrifoglio as well. It’s powered by a 2.9-liter V-6, the same one found in the Giulia Quadrifoglio, that delivers 505 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque. Now, that’s nowhere near as much power as you’ll find in the Urus, but it can still make that run to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds with a top speed around 177 mph.

Of course, just having more power and a higher top speed isn’t something that will net you the record for fastest SUV around the ‘Ring. Earning that title means actually doing it, and it takes a lot more than a few good-looking specs to pull that off. It comes down to driver skill, track and weather conditions, maneuverability of the vehicle, handling, etc. So, Lamborghini may be confident, and rightfully so as it has cracked that seven-minute mark (with the Aventador SV and the Huracan Performante,) but this is the brands first SUV. As they say, you can’t just crawl in the ring with the apes and think you can box, you’ve got to prove you have what it takes. As Lambo’s first SUV since the LM002, I don’t think it will be able to pull it off. But, maybe they’ll prove me wrong. What do you all think? Let us know in the comments section below

Lamborghini Urus vs. Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio Specs

Lamborghini Urus Alfa Romeo Stelvio
Engine type twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 2.9-liter V-6
Transmission 8-speed automatic gearbox six-speed manual
Horsepower 650 HP @ 6,000 RPM 505 HP
Torque 627 LB-FT @ 2,250 RPM 443 LB-FT
0-to-100 km/h (62 mph) 3.6 seconds 3.9 seconds
Top Speed 190 mph 177 mph

SUV Records Thus Far

References

Lamborghini Urus


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Read our full review on the 2019 Lamborghini Urus.

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Read our full review on the 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio.

PostHeaderIcon Lamborghini Fires Up Urus Configurator; Time to Have Some Fun!

Launched in December 2017, the Lamborghini Urus is as fresh as they get. And it’s quite impressive too. Not only the first SUV made by Lambo (the LM002 was a pickup truck) and the company’s first turbocharged production model, the Urus is also the world’s fastest crossover, boasting a top speed of 190 mph. Mind-boggling to say the least! It’s also pretty quick as well, needing only 3.6 seconds to hit 62 mph. That’s quickest than the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S! Finally, it’s the most powerful production SUV, besting the Bentley Bentayga by a whopping 50 horsepower. But it’s also very expensive at $200,000, not counting the many options you can have. Speaking of which, Lamborghini just fired up the vehicle’s online configurator, so if you’re planning to place an order, you can choose your options in just a few minutes.

The configurator doesn’t give access to pricing, but it lists every single option available. This is actually something new, as previous configurators had scarce information and you had to go to a dealer to find out more. Now you can go beyond the usual exterior colors and interior upholstery and pick between various trims, carpets, contrast stitching, and a ton of technology and convenience features. It’s actually a nice way to spend a few minutes on this car even if you don’t have over $200K in your bank account.

Continue reading for the full story.

Exterior


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As with any car configurator out there, you start off by selecting the exterior color. The offer isn’t as varied as you’d expect from Lamborghini, but you can pick between seven appealing colors. The palette includes Nero Helene, Blu Astraeus, Verde Hebe, Bianco Monocerus, Giallo Auge, Grigio Lynx, and Blue Eleos.

Interior


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“As soon as you picked your favorite hue, you can go inside the cabin and select the color and trim”

As soon as you picked your favorite hue, you can go inside the cabin and select the color and trim. Things get a bit more complex here. First up, you have to pick between Unicolor, Sportivo, and Elegante leather. The main difference between them is that Sportivo is a two-one options, whereas the other two have just one color. Unicolor is black, while Elegante includes hues like brown, white, red, and cream. Alcantara interiors in Unicolor and Sportivo are also available. Once you selected the color you can choose what type of stitching you want, in either matching or contrasting colors. Lambo also offers a special trim option called Q-Citura with leather.

Next up are the floor mats, which come with leather piping and double stitching. The carpets match to the main hide, but you can get colored stitching for a striking contrast (especially if the upholstery is black). Moving over to the steering wheel, you can choose between sued leather and perforated leather. You can also have it in leather that matches the upholstery. Stitching options include matching it to the basic color or the contrasting color on the seats (for the Sportivo option).


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“As for trim, you can choose between carbon-fiber and wood packages”

For seating options, there’s the fully electric, ventilated front seats with massage function and the option to get a two- or three-seat back row. The embroidered Lamborghini logos on the headrests are also optional. As for trim, you can choose between two carbon-fiber packages. There’s the small package with carbon on the door panels, center console, and passenger-side dash, and the big package with extra carbon for the center stack and around the instrument cluster. If you’re the classy type, you can have wood inserts instead. Options include piano black, open pore, and open pore with aluminum inlay.

Finally, you get down to the Bang & Olufsen 3D sound system, a rear-seat entertainment system, an ambient light package, and off-road modes.

More Options


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“The Urus is available with a ton of options, including both technology and convenience features”

The Urus is available with a ton of options, including both technology and convenience features. There are a head-up display and night vision for the instrument cluster, as well as driving assistance features like Highway Assistant, Full ADAS, and the Urban Road Assistant. The hands-free tailgate and the washing package will definitely make your life easier too. You can also get a TV tuner with Pay-TV, DAB tuner, heated rear seats, and steering wheel heating.

Other options include a garage door opener, a cargo management system, acoustic glass, top view camera, an electrical trailer hitch, sport side steps, roof box, cross bar transport system, and a load assist tray. Tire options include Pirelli P-Zero summer or Corsa rubber, a 21-inch spare wheel, winter tires, and snow chains. You can also extend the warranty by four or five years.

Unfortunately, the configurator doesn’t include pricing for each option so you can’t get a total at the end of your configuration process.

References

Lamborghini Urus


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Read our full review on the 2019 Lamborghini Urus.


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Read our full review on the Lamborghini Urus Concept.


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Read our full review on the 1986-1993 Lamborghini LM002.

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2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 Coupe 2-Door 2017 FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT350 526HP 6SPD RECARO NAV 1K #524087 Texas Direct
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