In the present 2023, the Bologna factory has real works of engineering and design within its production lines. Today we will know about them in detail. Join us on this adventure.
Within the framework of the 60th anniversary of the Lamborghini supercar firm, we have decided to review its central masterpieces currently available in 2023. current.
For this, we have put together a list of the top 10 with structure. It’s worth clarifying: all of the supercars featured below are attractive cars, the logic of making the rankings does not imply that one is “better” than the other. For example, position 10 could easily be at the level of position 3.
Having made this caveat, let’s look at what matters to us: the supercars of Sant’Agata Bolognese.
10. Lamborghini Hurricane EVO
Lamborghini Hurricane EVO.
The Huracan is one of the main models in Lamborghini’s fleet today. In fact, its hybrid version will be introduced in 2024, which will be an important moment in the history of Huracan. The hybridization is said to, in turn, be a way of celebrating the Huracan’s 10 years in the market.
The Huracan EVO features a gasoline engine, rear and longitudinal, 5.2 litres, 10 cylinders in V arrangement and 40 valves with direct and indirect injection and variable intake. This engine is a Lamborghini classic of the 21st century and in turn epitomizes the Huracan.
This combination allows for a total power of 639 CV at 8,000 rpm, while its maximum torque is pegged at 600 Nm at 6,500 rpm. It has an approved top speed of 325 km/h and marks its 0-100 km/h in 2.9 seconds.
The market price of Huracan EVO 2023 starts from US$ 248,295.
9. Lamborghini Urus S
The Urus is Lamborghini’s most registered model today. It represents 65% of the firm’s total sales worldwide, with its S variant being the last to hit the market. This is the aspect most targeted for the comfort of the Urus. In turn, it is one of the most customizable in terms of materials, color palette, and technology.
The Urus S featured a front, longitudinal, 3.9-litre, 8-cylinder engine placed in the V and 32 valves with indirect injection, turbo and intercooler. This combination allows the Urus S to make a total power of 666 hp at 6,000 rpm, while its maximum torque is 850 Nm, placed between 2,300 and 4,500 rpm.
It has a permitted top speed of 305 km/h and clocks 0-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds. The market price of Urus S starts from USD 233,995.
8. Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4
Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4.
In 2021, the Italian firm will launch a special edition of its iconic supercar: the Countach. Loved and loathed in equal parts, the new Countach-limited-production series is the first serious attempt to apply hybridization to its powertrains. The result is an exclusive supercar, and with exclusive I fall short, as its price rises above two and a half million dollars.
The Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 features a combustion engine and a lithium-ion battery. Combined they allow this reworked version to make a total power of 814 CV, while its maximum torque is kept at 755 Nm. Its traction is total and its maximum permitted speed is 355 km/h. Its 0-100 km/h: 2.8 seconds.
The official market price of the Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 is US$2,650,000.
7. Lamborghini Huracan Technology
Lamborghini Huracan Tech.
In April 2022, the Lamborghini Huracan Technica hit the market. In my opinion, this car is the most beautiful of the entire Huracan range. Similar in performance to the Huracan STO, but without the track sportsmanship. The absence of a major spoiler is an obvious example.
The Huracan Tecnica has a central, rear and longitudinal engine of 5.2 litres, 10 cylinders placed in V arrangement and 40 valves with direct and indirect mixed injection. This combination gives the Technica a total power of 639 hp at 8,000 rpm, while its peak torque is 565 Nm at 6,500 rpm.
The market price of Huracan Tecnica starts from USD 244,795.
6. Lamborghini Aventador Ultimate Roadster
Lamborghini Aventador Ultimate Roadster.
We are in front of the last production Aventador in history, in its roadster version. The Ultima version bids goodbye to this model coming to the market in 2011. In turn, the Italian factory announced that this would also be the last time its famous rear V12 would shine in a production car. Time to say goodbye to Lamborghini.
Housed in the Aventador Altima V sports a rear, longitudinal, naturally aspirated engine with 12 cylinders and a capacity of 6.5 litres. This combination allows, as we said earlier, 780 CV of power, while its maximum torque is located at 720 Nm. It is worth clarifying that its traction is controlled by all four wheels.
The market value of this supercar is US$550,542.
5. Lamborghini Huracan Gravel
Lamborghini Huracan Off-Road.
Presented in 2022, with its arrival on the market currently in 2023, we are in front of the last Huracan produced by Lamborghini. It is an off-road variant, which is unprecedented in the brand’s tradition. With more ground clearance, wider tires and additional headlights, the Sterato stands out from the entire Huracan range.
The motorisation of the Huracan Strato aspires to be the vanguard of off-road sports. It has a 10-cylinder engine placed in V, central, rear and longitudinal, with a displacement of 5.2 litres. The same engine was used by Lambo in the Huracan EVO. 610 hp of total power at 8,000 rpm and 565 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm.
The market price of Huracan Strato starts at US$ 267,400.
4. Lamborghini Tornado STO
Lamborghini Hurricane STO.
The current STO was introduced to the world in 2021 and claims to be the Hurricane with “best performance for track driving”, according to the firm. And note: This car has street homologation, it is legal to buy with it. Indeed, an elite car both in sportiness and design. It competes directly with an old German acquaintance: the Porsche 911 GT3 RS.
The Huracan STO has a central, rear and longitudinal engine of 5.2 litres, 10 cylinders placed in a V arrangement and 40 direct and indirect mixed injection valves with variable intake. This gives it a total power of 639 PS at 8,000 rpm, while its peak torque is 600 Nm at 6,500 rpm.
The Huracan STO is the most expensive in the market. part of the US$334,695.
3. Lamborghini Urus Performante
Lamborghini Urus Performante.
With you today, the most revolutionary Urus from the firm. Lamborghini calls the Performante a “super SUV”. And it certainly makes sense. As you’ll see, it’s a massive car similar to the Urus S, but with higher performance in its rally driving mode and optimized off-road performance.
The Urus Performante is powered by a BiTurbo combustion engine, front and longitudinal, with 8 cylinders arranged in V and a displacement of 4.0 litres. This combination allows for 666 CV of power and 850 Nm of torque. It is worth mentioning that the maximum speed of this SUV is 306 km / h, while its speed of 0 to 100 km / h is fixed in 3.3 seconds. Keep in mind that this car is over two tonnes -2,150 kg, specifically -.
The market price of Urus Performante starts from US$ 268,600.
2. Lamborghini Aventador Ultimate Coupe
Lamborghini Aventador Ultimate Coupe.
As we mentioned earlier, the Aventador bids goodbye to the market with this Altima model, where Lambo represents the peak of its evolution for more than 12 years.
Everything works in this supercar: its aerodynamic design, its interior that strikes a balance between exclusivity of materials – Alcantara tapestry, for example – pure sportiness and certain styling details that, in the industry, are literally impossible to obtain from the outside. From Lamborghini.
The Aventador Ultima is a showcase of what is possible within the limits of what is possible today. Its market value is USD 507,350. The Ultima is the most powerful version of the Aventador ever, with a total power of 780 CV. Reviewing in terms of horsepower, the base model of the Aventador had 700 CV, the S variant with 740 CV, the SV variant with 750 CV and the SVJ variant with 770 CV.
The Altima has a rear-aspirated, V-mounted 12-cylinder engine with a capacity of 6.5 litres. This combination allows, as we said earlier, 780 CV of power, while its maximum torque is located at 720 Nm. It is worth clarifying that its traction is controlled by all four wheels.
1. Lamborghini Mayhem
Revuelto is an anticipated and designed creation from scratch. As they say in the industry: from the first screw. The base body or chassis of any other predecessor has not been used. The fried meat marks a starting point for the factory, which tries to balance the aesthetics between tradition and futurism.
We are in front of Lamborghini’s first line of hybrids. It has three electric motors, two of them to drive the front axle and the third to a radially coupled gearbox. The entire hybrid train is powered by a 3.8 kWh lithium-ion battery located behind the seats.
Now, the main actor of the Revuelto’s motorization is its naturally aspirated V12. Yes, Lamborghini continues to use its famous gasoline engines in its supercars, even hybridized. Specifically, we’re talking about a rear, longitudinal, 6.5-liter, 12-cylinder engine in a V layout.
The Revuelto has all-wheel drive, thanks to its hybrid propulsion system. As far as the gearbox is concerned, the Revuelto gets an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic. It is transversely mounted, no longer with a through central tunnel between the seats as the Aventador had. The total rated power of the Lamborghini Revulto is 1,015 CV. While its top speed is 350 km/h and its speed of 0 to 100 km/h is fixed in 2.5 seconds.