So, the Lamborghini Diablo recently turned 30. And to celebrate the occasion, the Italian supercar manufacturer has released a bunch of photos that made us long for the wild '90s.The Diablo, simply put, is one of the meanest supercars to ever
Between the two big players in the electric guitar business-Gibson and Fender, in case you were curious-there's a fairly simple rule: For thick, heavy guitars with high-output roar, go Gibson. For sharper bite and sculpted offset bodies, go
The new Lamborghini Aventador Essenza SCV12 is "the direct descendant of cars such as the Miura Jota and Diablo GTR," explains Lamborghini. It's quite bonkers, but it's not the first time the Italian carmaker has alleviated itself from things like '
Keen readers of TopGear.com might recognize this car. The Zonda Aether is such a special one-off that we decided it warranted a whole article to itself.Click these blue words to read all about it, or even to just sit
Some say the Diablo was the last proper Lamborghini (debatable...) because it was developed long before Audi bought the company and sterilized it with their sensible German-ness. The definitive poster car was launched in 1990 as the Countach's immediate successor,
That's a hairy-looking Lamborghini.This is the Diablo GTR. Being the last scary, uncomfortable Lamborghini before Audi acquired the Italian supercar manufacturer in 1998, this Diablo GTR is the last bastion of old-school Lambo craziness. And now, thanks to
What's in a car name? Everything. The name makes the car, a statement we're sure many of you will dispute. Many will say that the performance or maybe the engine is what defines a vehicle, and you're not wrong.
With a round-trip airplane ticket to Bologna, Italy, costing from over $1,400 to nearly $8,000, Lamborghini is giving you the next best thing to visiting its museum by putting it up on Google Maps.Thanks to Google\'s street-
In January, Lamborghini announced that it would celebrate its 50th anniversary this year by having hundreds of its vintage and modern cars go on a grand Italian tour from Milan to the Italian carmaker\'s home in Sant\'Agata Bolognese. Well, that
The last of the limited, special-edition Lamborghini Diablo built to mark the model's demise will be auctioned off by Barrett-Jackson on its 41st annual Scottsdale Auction this January.The special edition Diablo is the 40th of only 40 individually-