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Lamborghini pitches in to fight coronavirus in Italy producing 1,000 masks and 200 medical shields a day

by Amee Reehal at TractionLife.com

Lamborghini’s Sant’Agata Bolognese plant doubles as medical supply centre producing 1000 masks & 200 medical shields a day for Italian healthcare workers.

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Lamborghini pitches in to fight coronavirus in Italy producing 1,000 masks and 200 medical shields a day

by Amee Reehal at TractionLife.com

Lamborghini’s Sant’Agata Bolognese plant doubles as medical supply centre producing 1000 masks & 200 medical shields a day for Italian healthcare workers.

This feature Lamborghini pitches in to fight coronavirus in Italy producing 1,000 masks and 200 medical shields a day appeared first on TractionLife.com by Amee Reehal.


This Low & Menacing 1968 Lamborghini Espada Rat Rod Is On The Auction Block

by News Editor at TractionLife.com

Lamborghinis and rat rods don’t go hand-in-hand but France-based Danton Art Kustoms had other plans with this one-of-a-kind Lamborghini Espada beauty.

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Lamborghini proves high-performance off-roading works with the Huracan Sterrato Concept

by Amee Reehal at TractionLife.com

When high-performance & off-road capabilities meet. Lamborghini isn’t new to adventure-ready supercars. The Huracan Sterrato Concept proves it.

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2019 Lamborghini Urus Review

by Graham Heeps at TractionLife.com

Our full, objective review of the new Lamborghini SUV. Is the 2019 Urus a practical family vehicle? Can it actually tow & go off-road? Here’s a closer look.

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Get ready for a Lamborghini 2+2 grand tourer come 2025

by Amee Reehal at TractionLife.com

Lamborghini is looking to grow its lineup with a possible 4-door model by 2025, according to recent remarks by Lambo’s chief executive Stefano Domenicali.

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Lamborghini Centenario Roadster Debuted

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Another huge release in the automotive world this weekend was from Lamborghini who debuted their Centenario supercar in a roadster form. The roadster will be produced in limited quantities, 20 to be exact. The one which debuted at Monterey Car Week was painted in a color called Argento Centenario which is only found on the Centenario roadster.

The Centenario roadsters will utilize the same 6.2L V12 which is normally found in the coupe. The highly capable V12 produces 760hpp and 510lb/ft of torque. Even more impressive is that the roadster is only 0.1 seconds slower to reach 100km/h than the coupe which does it in 2.8 seconds.

Similar to the coupe, the price tag of the Centenario keeps it in exclusive status. The coupe is priced at $2 million USD while the roadster tops the bill at $2.3 million USD. For that kind of money, buyers can customize their Centenario with any color they wish to choose, or just leave the car in a bare carbon fiber finish.


Balboni Custom Lamborghini Exhaust

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The name Balboni by itself might not ring a bell to many people out there. But linking it with the brand Lamborghini and immediately you are met with the great Valentino Balboni who has been test driver at Lamborghini for the past 40 years helping the brand create some of the most highly sought after supercars in automotive history. Baboni has since retired from the brand, but that hasn’t stopped him from being connected to all things Lamborghini. With his wealth of experience of everything Lamborghini, Balboni is now creating his own company specializing in the development of aftermarket components for Lamborghini.

His company, named VB, will be creating limited production pieces for modern day Lamborghinis. First up was a set of titanium exhaust for the Lamborghini Aventador LP-750 SV which was debuted at the Concours d’Elegance. The masterpieces are hand designed and created and weighs in at a mere 13.8 pounds. VB will be making a limited run of 30 units and prices have not yet been announced. But judging by the 350 labor hour it takes to create these works of art, expect the to put a nice dent in your wallet.


Lamborghini Offers Aftermarket Kits for Huracan

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When owning a Lamborghini Huracan is too typical, now owners have the option to purchase add on pieces to make their car a little more unique. Lamborghini has created a new add on aero trip package for the Huracan which bolts right on to the standard body panels. The aero kit consists of a new front diffuser, side skirt, rear diffuser and a rear wing all made from carbon fiber.

A nice touch to the exterior modification kit is the option to upgrade your Huracan’s wheels to a centerlocking racing wheel. Lamborghini developed a centerlock conversion kit that converts the standard hub to accept a racing style centerlocking wheel. The wheel of choice will be a Super Trofeo style 20 inch wheel.


Lamborghini Back to the Farm

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For a company that began its roots in tractors it isn’t really surprising to see a Lamborghini Murcielago going back to its origins. Well, actually it is. Its actually very strange since the only thing that’s remotely similar between this Lamborghini and it’s great great grand father tractor is the company’s name. But then again, cars are made for being used, and this Murcielago is definitely doing that well.

The owner of this Lamborghini Murcielago was caught on camera in Australia hooked up to a trailer and carrying around a couple of goats. The trailer itself looked like a slapped together add on made up of parts lying around the farm. As amusing as it is for us to see these pictures, it must have been quite the sight for onlookers to hear the rumble of the 6.2L V12 followed by the shrieks of its furry passengers.


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