Lamborghini has spent decades as the purveyor of drool-worthy supercars that are more commonly seen on bedroom posters than actual roads. The Italian automaker is currently a subsidiary of Audi, which in turn is owned by the Volkswagen Group. While the list of memorable and historical Lambos is highlighted by the theatrical Countach and the streamlined Diablo, the current lineup boasts equally distinct models. The V-10–powered Huracán represents the entry-level Lambo while the flagship Aventador is the brawniest, oldest, and priciest model. Thrill-seeking families will appreciate the outrageous Urus SUV.
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Full-size, mid-size, compact, subcompact, and off-roaders
Starting at $233,995
No other SUV currently offers the exotic design, incredible performance, and legendary pedigree of the 2023 Lamborghini Urus all in one package.view 2023 Urus details
Sedans, coupes, convertibles, and wagons
Starting at $507,353
The Lamborghini Aventador is one of the most exotic-looking cars in the world, and its final form roars into the sunset in limited numbers with a 769-hp V-12.view 2022 Aventador details
Starting at $2,640,000
Arguably the godfather of supercars, the Lamborghini Countach returns with a retro design, an 802-hp hybrid powertrain—and it's already sold out.view 2022 Countach details
Starting at $248,295
The 2023 Lamborghini Huracán continues its long run of causing passersby to gawk and owners to thrill at the soul-filling wail of its V-10 engine and apex-predator driving personality.view 2023 Huracán details
Discontinued Lexus Models
These models are no longer in production but may be available as used cars.
Starting at $184,895
Soon to be replaced by the Huracán, this baby bull still turns heads.view 2014 Gallardo details
Starting at $362,400
From the mellifluous sound of its V-12 engine to the much-copied scissor doors, the Murciélago is the archetypal Italian exotic.view 2009 Murcielago details
Starting at $3,000,000 est
Packing an 808-hp hybrid V-12 powertrain that's powered by a supercapacitor, the Lamborghini Sián is a technically and visually outrageous hypercar.view 2021 Sián details