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-