If you’ve not had the opportunity to play Assetto Corsa Competizione on PC yet, now’s your chance. The racing sim, the official game of the Fanatec GT World Challenge, will be free to play starting today and running through to June 6.
Lamborghini’s first SUV, the Urus, has recorded a rather unusual land speed record, taking a class win at an event called Days of Speed. The record, which now sits at 70.9mph, doesn’t seem all that impressive until you realize that it’s for a one kilometer standing start… on ice.
Lamborghini is on a bit of a roll at the moment, setting new sales records seemingly every other month. It’s recently sent out its 10,000th Urus SUV to a customer, but this week it’s reveling in something a little less common.
You’ll need a very different kind of driving license if you want to take Lamborghini’s latest offering out for a spin. Officially going by the name of “Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63”, this new beast — unveiled today some 75 miles from the brand’s home — is a bit of a boat. In fact it’s a lot of a boat: it’s a high-performance yacht.
Four races now stand between 12 drivers and the trophy. In a little over three hours we’re going to find out who the 2019 FIA-Certified Online Championship Nations Cup champion is — and no matter who, it’ll be a new name engraved on the trophy.
Lamborghini is getting a jump on the usual Frankfurt Motor Show madness by unveiling this, the limited-production Lamborghini Sián. Not only is it the marque’s most powerful model ever, it’s also the first electrified product out of Sant’Agata.
Finding an original film car is something special. More often than not, the cars are crushed or traded away only to end up on a ranch in New Mexico. So when one turns up it’s pretty cool. It’s even cooler when that car is the original Lamborghini Miura P400 from the film The Italian Job.
It’s the season of plenty in the world of Gran Turismo Sport. We’ve seen not one but two car-carrying updates in March, and yesterday the official site leaked yet more like the Toyota AE86 Trueno and Porsche 962. Now comes word of another classic Italian, though it’s an unlikely one: the Lamborghini Espada.
Whenever Lamborghini debuts a new model, an open top variant is sure to follow sooner or later. At this year’s Geneva International Motor Show, Lamborghini pulled the wraps off the Aventador SVJ roadster.
There’s a new Lamborghini racing series coming which sounds exciting. That is until you find out what model it’s using. Instead of the Huracán or Aventador, Lamborghini is opting to use its SUV, the Urus.
All eyes have been on its free-roaming British sibling, but Forza Motorsport 7 continues to evolve. The latest update for the game landed yesterday, and it brought with it a relic of automotive history: Merkur.
Lamborghini has pulled the wraps off its newest incarnation of the Aventador at Pebble Beach Automotive Week. The new Aventador SVJ is the crowning jewel of Lamborghini’s flagship supercar and becomes its fastest road car ever made.