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Lust-Worthy Cars In The Canyons Of Southern California 22
Dec
Posted by Kurt Ernst in audi, Automotive, Bentley, Bugatti, Chevrolet, Concept Vehicle, Ferrari, Ford, Jaguar, Kurt, Lamborghini, Lotus, mclaren, porsche, video on 12 22nd, 2011

Why yes, that is a big-block Corvette… Image: RNickeymouse

Southern California is the center of the collector / exotic car universe, and nowhere is that more evident than the canyons of Mulholland Highway, near Malibu, California. YouTube poster RNickeymouse makes a living by filming motorcycle riders in some of the better corners, then selling them the footage and stills. Occasionally, he captures a few cars worth noting, too, like the ones in the video below.

If you’ve got a keen eye, you’ll spot Jay Leno (twice, in fact), and the list of cars captured is pretty impressive. There’s a Ferrari 599 GTO, a McLaren MP4-12C, a prototype Audi eTron Spyder, a few Ariel Atoms, a Caterham 7, a Bugatti Type 57 SC and even what looks to be an original Shelby Cobra. If idiots crossing double-yellow lines mid-corner raise your blood pressure, there’s some sweet justice in the middle of the video, too.



Video: Let’s Play ‘Name The Wrecked Exotics’ 5
Dec
Posted by Kurt Ernst in Automotive, Ferrari, Kurt, Lamborghini, Mercedes Benz, nissan, video, Wrecks on 12 5th, 2011

Years ago I rode with a sportbike club, until one ill-fated weekend ride where the group suffered three crashes and a member received a ticked for 100 miles per hour OVER the speed limit. After spending two days running from a certain Western state’s highway patrol, I realized that having a license, and not being dead, were more important than the occasional high-speed hoon weekend. Bad things happen in high speed groups, whether you’re talking about motorcycles or cars.

Take the incident below, which was found on Jalopnik. It seems that an exotic car club was en route from Kyushu to Hiroshima when the driver of a Ferrari lost control while overtaking in a curve. His car hit the median, creating a chain-reaction accident that ultimately totaled 14 cars. Included among the carnage were eight Ferraris, three Mercedes-Benzes, a Lamborghini, a Nissan Skyline and a Toyota Prius (which, if we had to guess, probably wasn’t driven by a club member.

The good news is that no one was seriously injured in the accident, which shut down the stretch of road in Yamaguchi Prefecture for some six hours. Wet roads likely played a part in the accident as well, which is no up to the police and insurance companies to sort out.



2011 LA Auto Show: 2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Spyder Debuts 17
Nov
Posted by Malcolm Hogan in auto show, Automotive, Lamborghini, Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Valentino Balboni, Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, Lamborghini LP 550-2, News on 11 17th, 2011

Lamborghini has taken the wraps off of what is essentially a Spyder (Convertible) version of the Valentino Balboni LP550-2 at this year’s LA Auto Show. The exclusive rear-wheel-drive setup and power-folding top make it one-of-a-kind.

The new Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Spyder is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 engine pumping 542 horsepower (550 PS – metric bhp) and 398 pound-feet of torque. Power is directed to the rear wheels through a 6-speed e-gear transmission. With this setup, the LP550-2 Spyder will max out at 198 mph and run 0-60mph in 4.2 seconds.

Interestingly enough, the last rear-wheel-drive convertible Lamborghini, the Diablo SV Roadster, was back in 1998. Look for the Lamborghini LP550-2 Spyder to hit showroom floors just before Summer of 2012.

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2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Spyder Press Release

Automobili Lamborghini is expanding the most successful model line ever built under the sign of the bull with a very special car – the new Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder combines the open spyder body style with purist rear Wheel Drive. This version brings together that stunning level of open-air driving fun that can come only from a super sports car with a folding roof and an unbelievably agile and spontaneous handling.

“With the Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder, we are expanding the Lamborghini lineup with a purist model that adds yet another dimension of driving fun. This will appeal in particular to a very special group of customers that enjoy a spirited driving style and also like to experience the sheer pleasure of open-air driving,” says Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini. “This special model with rear-wheel drive is a logical expansion of our lineup of spyder models with all-wheel drive.”

The most important technical characteristics of the Lamborghini LP 550-2 Spyder are already recognizable from the model designation – LP stands for Longitudinale/Posteriore, for the mid-engine built longitudinally in front of the rear axle. 550 refers to the power output in hp, and the 2 stands for the drive to the rear wheels. At Lamborghini, the word spyder means the ultimate synthesis of a fascinating, powerfully expressive super sports car design, the ultimate open-air thrill and sheer pleasure for all the senses.

A driving experience of the highest precision

The Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder with rear-wheel drive is the perfect fit for the kind of sports car driver that enjoys a particularly hands-on and spirited style of driving. The setup is laid out to ensure that the rear end remains reliable and stable at all times, while the front axle steers with the highest level of precision and limits movement to an absolute minimum.

Thanks to the supremely powerful V10 engine, controlled oversteer is not a problem, although always and only to the extent prescribed by the driver. Its easy-to-control road manners and the ESP assistant system developed for these vehicles make the Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder an outstandingly safe sports car to drive.

Further developed chassis, drive system and engine

In order to shape this unique character of driving fun and safety, the engineers in Sant’Agata Bolognese carried out extensive modifications to the Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder, developing it specifically for these new characteristics. Not only was drive concentrated on the rear axle, the vehicle was also completely retuned in all its dynamic details. This Includes a specific dampers setting. The aerodynamics were also adapted to account for the change in the distribution of forces.

The vehicle show out its goods with a rear axle with the 45-percent locking differential, and the adoption of the e-gear transmission. All completed with a fine adaptation of the ESP stability control system. While the standard program puts a priority on stability, the CORSA program allows larger drift angles and delivers a highly intensive appreciation of the full dynamics of the LP 550-2. All the excellent characteristics of the Gallardo chassis are fully retained – its pleasing bodyroll comfort, as well as its excellent directional stability at high speed.

Outstanding performance is guaranteed

The heart of the Gallardo – the 5.2-liter ten-cylinder – was also retuned and its characteristics optimized for rear-wheel drive, delivering that perfect and breathtaking synthesis of high-revving pleasure, pulling power, exuberant temperament and powerful melody in all keys. In the LP 550-2 Spyder, the compact and lightweight power unit delivers 405 kW (550 hp). Thanks to systematic Lamborghini lightweight design and an extremely low dry weight of just 1,520 kilograms, phenomenal performance is guaranteed – the LP 550-2 catapults itself from zero to 100 km/h in just 4,2 seconds. And its top speed of 319km/h guarantees it a place among the ultimate super sports cars. The soft-top of the Gallardo Spyder is designed for unlimited top-speed enjoyment both open and closed.

Careful individualization of the lineup

With the Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder, Lamborghini is expanding its most successful model line of all time (to-date a total of nearly 11.800 have been built in Sant’Agata Bolognese) with a stunning variant that continues the successful individualization of its lineup. This includes the LP 560-4 Spyder, as well as the ultra-high-performance Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante, which boasts an even further weight reduction through carbon-fiber lightweight engineering. The latest version among the coupe variants is the Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale – the road-going version of the race car featured in the world’s fastest single-brand racing series.

Source: Lamborghini



Video: Ridiculous Lamborghini Countach Dragster Hits The Wall 20
Sep
Posted by Darryl in Automotive, Drag Strip, Lamborghini, Lamborghini Countach, Motorsport, video on 09 20th, 2011

I am like any other car enthusiast; I enjoy a good drag race especially if one of the cars is an exotic or true classic. Well, one car that happens to be a hodgepodge of a classic, exotic and dragster is a highly modified Lamborghini Countach sporting a front engine and a blower big enough to swallow little children whole. During a recent run down a Sydney Dragway in Sydney, Australia, this ridiculous Lamborghini hits the wall at full throttle ending the potentially epic finish for this Countach which has obviously seen better days. Hit the jump below below to check it out.

[sources: Symbolic Motor Car via Youtube]



Lamborghini Aventador Model Costs More Than The Real Car 16
Sep
Posted by Kurt Ernst in Automotive, Car Models, Frankfurt Auto Show, Kurt, Lamborghini, Lamborghini Aventador on 09 16th, 2011

A Lamborghini Aventador costs $379,000, which is serious money by almost anyone’s definition. That investment buys you a 700 horsepower supercar, and the envy of your friends and neighbors. Like most cars, the more you drive an Aventador, the less it’s worth; even if you park it in your garage and never drive it, it’s likely going to be years (or even decades) before the car increases in value.

On the other hand, art can often be a good investment, which is why German artist / model maker Robert Gulpen crafts exotic cars out of precious metals, exotic components and rare gems. His models typically take 200 hours to complete, and the price of each one is “available on request.” Let’s be honest here: if the price of a sterling silver with gold accents Mercedes Benz 300 SL Roadster, in 1:16 scale, is even a concern, then you’re not a serious customer.

For REALLY serious customers, Robert Gulpen has created the world’s most expensive model. His rendering of a Lamborghini Aventador, in 1:8 scale, is built from real carbon fiber blended with gold thread just 1/1000 of a millimeter in diameter. The rims and the interior parts are both cast from gold and platinum, and the seats are inlaid with diamonds and other gemstones.

Gulpen estimates that he’s got about $2.8 million worth of raw materials in the car, plus some 500 hours spent crafting it. When it hits auction in December, the starting bid will be $4.83 million, which makes this the most expensive model car ever created. Gulpen has snapped up two other world records with the project as well, including the most expensive Lamborghini logo and the world’s safest display showcase.

If the car sells at auction, Gulpen has committed to donating $690,000 to charity. That may be noble, but we’re still calling this stupid money; if blowing five million dollars on a model car (even one crafted from precious metals) sounds like a good idea, you simply have too much money.

Source: Carscoop, via Left Lane News and You Tube



Lamborghini Introduces new Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale 12
Sep
Posted by Darryl in auto show, Automotive, Lamborghini, Lamborghini Gallardo, Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Supertrofeo Stradale, News on 09 12th, 2011

For you day-dreaming car enthusiasts who often visit the home pages of exotic vehicle manufacturers, you can now rest easy in knowing the Lamborghini homepage is now back up but introducing a new “extreme” Gallardo dubbed the LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale.

The new Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale attempts to capture some of the Aventador’s thunder and channel it through the most aggressive and extreme Gallardo from Lamborghini S.p.A. yet.

The LP570-4 Super Trofeo name refers to the one make Lamborghini racing series designated for the Gallardo inspired from the LP570-4 Blancpain Edition, a tribute to Italy’s racing tradition. The Stradale part means that the Super Trofeo is a road-going version.

We could be witnessing Lamborghini introducing several special edition versions of the Gallardo before it is replaced by a newer model. It is similar to what they did with the Murcielago leading up to the introduction of the Aventador.

The vehicle weight is said to be 2,954 pounds with power directed to all four wheels from a 570-horsepower V10 engine. 0-62mph times should come in around 3.4 seconds.

From the looks of things, aside from the Italian Rosso Mars red paint job, the Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale has several carbon fiber bits and trim pieces to aid in downforce at racing speeds. Reportedly, there will be only 150 fine examples of the Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale made worldwide.

Look for an official introduction of the Gallardo LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale in the flesh at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show this week.

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Sources: Lamborghini, TeamSpeed.com



Video: Top Gear Tests New Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 6
Sep
Posted by Darryl in Automotive, Lamborghini, Lamborghini Aventador, Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4, Top Gear on 09 6th, 2011

I don’t think we need to say much about the endless amounts of WIN you get by putting the latest raging Bull, the Lamborghini Aventador LP700, in the hands of Top Gear. Richard Hammond attempts to give us a “demonstration” of Lamborghini’s latest supercar. Check out the video below and enjoy!



Video: 1250HP Underground Racing Twin Turbo Lamborghini Gallardo Owner Scares Mother 10
Aug
Posted by Malcolm Hogan in Automotive, Lamborghini, Lamborghini Gallardo, Underground Racing, video on 08 10th, 2011

I have to admit, we are doing a little bandwagon jumping today by reposting the now famous video of Robert Himler, owner of an Underground Racing tuned Twin Turbo Lamborghini Gallardo, taking his mother for a thrilling ride. I have had my fair share of times that my mother asked me so kindly to “slow down” in my BMW M3. I could not imagine taking my mom for a ride in a 1,250-wheel-horsepower monster; it would probably scare the crap out of her just like Robert Himler managed to do to his mother in the video below. In all honesty, it looks as if Robert’s mother is a true sport and probably a fun person to be around just by the high-five reaction at the end of the video.

Hit up this awesome video after the jump.

[source: Autoblog]



Lamborghini Gallardo ST to Frankfurt; Mystery Unraveled? 9
Aug
Posted by Alex Ion in Automotive News, Frankfurt-Motor-Show, Gallardo ST, Lamborghini on 08 9th, 2011

Rumors are continuously spreading about a mystery car ever since Lamborghini announced its plans to introduce a ‘super sports car’ at the Frankfurt Auto Show.

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It is believed that the car would be a higher-tuned ‘LP’ version of Lamborghini Aventador or a road-going version of Sesto Elemento. New reports now unfold the mystery. They are reporting that it’s a road-going version of Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo that’s been going toFrankfurt.

The Super Trofeo is a racing Gallardo believed to be above the Gallardo Superleggera in terms of performance and power. Lamborghini plans to release a limited number of road-goingGallardo ST.

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It’s possible that the new car will be lighter and faster than the standard model. It is likely that power will be provided by a 5.2 liter V10 engine with 570 PS (419kW/562 hp) and that would enable the super car to accelerate from 0-100 km/hour in approximately 3 seconds.

It’s also rumored that Lamborghini plans to produce only 30 cars and the price will be approaching at least 200,000 pounds. 



Arrinera Super Car Revealed in Videos 4
Aug
Posted by Alex Ion in Arrinera, Lamborghini, super car, Super car news, Videos on 08 4th, 2011

Arrinera has shown off its super car in two new videos. Going by what we see, the car’s design appears to draw inspiration from the Lamborghini models.

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However, this Polish super car features a tubular steel chassis, a lightweight carbon Kevlar body and 19/20-inch alloy wheels.

The interior of the cabin looks luxurious, and is outfitted with the latest premium leather upholstery, aluminum accents, carbon fiber trim and a thermal-imaging system.

Motivation is derived from a mid-mounted, supercharged 6.2-liter V8 power train. We guess this is probably borrowed from the Corvette ZR1, and gives an output to 638 hp (476 kW / 647 PS) and 819 Nm (604 lb-ft) of torque.

The automaker plans to release the market edition of the super car by late 2012. The Arrinera Super car is likely to debut simultaneously in Europe, China, the Middle East and theUnited States. Stay tuned.



Lamborghini Super Car Heads for Frankfurt 3
Aug
Posted by Alex Ion in Automotive News, Frankfurt Show, Lamborghini, super car on 08 3rd, 2011

The upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show will witness the debut of  Lamborghini’s new super car. An invite sent out by the company hints at that. The car maker has, however, kept the details under wraps. Chances are that the car could either be the earlier spoken about Sesto Elemento or the Aventador Roadster. If we try to match rumors that suggested that the Sesto Elemento was likely to be unveiled around October with production numbers limited to 10 or 20 units, we might be able to zero in on that model.

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The Aventador Roadster, meanwhile, had also hit headlines after having already procured an EPA sticker. The super car with a 6.5-liter V12 with 700 PS (515 kW / 690 hp) and 690 Nm (509 lb-ft) of torque could be a possibility.

Besides these, we had also seen a leaked Lamborghini roadmap that pointed at the possibility of a LP550-2 Spyder gearing up for debut by 2011-end.

We aren’t sure as to which one will arrive in Frankfurt. When it comes to Lamborghini, we can expect top-notch performance and an exquisite design. The invite shows the sports super car will be presented to the world on the 13th of September at the Lamborghini stall at Frankfurt.



The World’s Most Expensive Flamethrower 20
Jul
Posted by Kurt Ernst in Automotive, Kurt, Lamborghini, Tuners, Underground Racing, video on 07 20th, 2011

Yes, that really is flames shooting from the exhaust.

Most flamethrowers are fairly inelegant machines, consisting of two tanks, a spray nozzle and an ignition source. The best kind of flamethrowers, though, are built of carbon-fiber, aluminum and steel, and generally shoot flames only as a byproduct of incomplete combustion.

Take the twin-turbo Lamborghini Gallardo in the video below, for example. The car puts out some 1,250 horsepower at the wheels, and you don’t produce that kind of grunt without sucking lots of fuel (and air) through your engine. Not all of that fuel gets burned in the cylinders, especially when you blip the throttle repeatedly. Instead, unburned fuel gets sucked into the exhaust, where it later ignites with dramatic effect.

Robert Himler owns this particularly epic Gallardo, which was tuned by the lunatics technicians at Underground Racing. If you like what you see in the video, be sure to subscribe to Mr. Himler’s You Tube channel.

Source: You Tube, via Motor Authority



It’s Over, Johnny: Lamborghini Kills The Manual Transmission 8
Jul
Posted by Kurt Ernst in Automotive, Kurt, Lamborghini, Manual Transmission, News on 07 8th, 2011

A Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera. Image: David Villarreal Fernández

The replacement for Lamborghini’s Gallardo, due next year, will come only with a slushbox. Granted, it’s a dual-clutch, paddle-shifted slushbox that will produce quicker and more precise shifts than a human ever can, but it’s still an automatic transmission. Gone is the stunningly beautiful machined shift gate, and gone is the satisfaction of a perfectly executed downshift. You’ll get better downshifts from a computer, but where’s the sense of accomplishment in having a silicon chip apply the exact amount of throttle to match revs in the next lowest gear?

Adding insult to injury is Maurizio Reggiani, director of R&D for Lamborghini. Reggiani told Motor Trend, “A manual transmission is a break in the electronic chain of command that harmonizes absolutely everything that happens between engine combustion chamber and tire contact patch. The only way Lamborghini can guarantee soothing smoothness in city driving or back-thumpingly explosive acceleration on a winding road is for every system in the car to be interconnected. You can’t rely on a driver to always shift gears without glitches.”

Allow me to interpret Reggiani’s statement for you: people who buy Lamborghinis aren’t drivers, and they’re more concerned with style and image than with achieving the perfect interface between man and machine. Lambo’s client base wants to sip their non-fat-half-caff-Americano while conference calling with their attorneys; they don’t care about mastering the delicate dance required to extract the last bit of performance out of a manual transmission. It isn’t just Lambo, either, since the current California will be the last Ferrari to come with a manual gearbox option.

I might point out that women aren’t cutting edge technology, either. After all, their design hasn’t changed for thousands of years, they’re overly complex and they require years of study to interface with proficiently. Using Reggiani’s logic, we should all go out and buy ourselves a RealDoll latex playmate, and perhaps a dog for companionship. It’s more efficient and far more logical than entering into relationships with the opposite sex.

As for me, I’ll keep my six-speed manual and my wife. You can have your slushbox, RealDoll and non-fat-half-caff-Americano.

Source: Car Advice



‘The Dark Knight Rises’ movie to Feature Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 30
Jun
Posted by Darryl in Automotive, Lamborghini, Movie on 06 30th, 2011

There seems to be an onslaught of blockbuster movies coming out lately featuring some of the hottest late model cars around. We have Transformers Dark of the Moon with the Bumblebee Camaro and several other hot vehicles, Fast Five with all types of ridiculous cars, Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol with the BMW i8 and 6 Series Convertible and now the upcoming Dark Knight Rises film will feature a new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 potentially as Bruce Wayne’s new daytime trick-ride.

The new Lamborghini Aventador is rather fitting for the job of serving as rich play-boy gone leather-tightpants-superhero’s new ride when he is referred to simply as Bruce Wayne. The Aventador is up for the job considering it replaces the Murcielago, which was the choice ride (LP640) in The Dark Knight. From just the license plate alone, we can conclude that we are looking at the newest star of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’, which will debut sometime next year.

[source: Luxury4Play]



‘The Dark Knight Rises’ movie to Feature Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 30
Jun
Posted by Darryl in Automotive, Lamborghini, Movie on 06 30th, 2011

There seems to be an onslaught of blockbuster movies coming out lately featuring some of the hottest late model cars around. We have Transformers Dark of the Moon with the Bumblebee Camaro and several other hot vehicles, Fast Five with all types of ridiculous cars, Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol with the BMW i8 and 6 Series Convertible and now the upcoming Dark Knight Rises film will feature a new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 potentially as Bruce Wayne’s new daytime trick-ride.

The new Lamborghini Aventador is rather fitting for the job of serving as rich play-boy gone leather-tightpants-superhero’s new ride when he is referred to simply as Bruce Wayne. The Aventador is up for the job considering it replaces the Murcielago, which was the choice ride (LP640) in The Dark Knight. From just the license plate alone, we can conclude that we are looking at the newest star of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’, which will debut sometime next year.

[source: Luxury4Play]







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