Lamborghini has spent decades as the purveyor of droolworthy 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, which we named to our Editors' Choice list.
Arguably the godfather of supercars, the Lamborghini Countach returns with a retro design, an 802-hp hybrid powertrain—and it's already sold out.
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.
With a 621-hp V-10 and six-figure price tags, the Lamborghini Huracán coupe and Spyder convertible cost a lot of bills but also deliver a lot of thrills.
Unencumbered by abundant technology, the Lamborghini Aventador is an authentic supercar that's exalted for its wild-looking design and exotic V-12.
The Huracán has the exotic design to make onlookers drool, the V-10 sounds to make spines tingle, and the price to remind most people they'll never own one.
Packing an 808-hp hybrid V-12 powertrain that's powered by a supercapacitor, the Lamborghini Sián is a technically and visually outrageous hypercar.
With wild styling and a naturally aspirated V-12 engine, the 2020 Lamborghini Aventador is a flamboyant send-off to unadulterated supercars.
With a visceral V-10 soundtrack and surprising civility at normal speeds, the Huracán justifies its price with head-turning looks and neck-snapping takeoffs.
With a wild exterior design and ferocious performance aptitude, the Urus is the most exotic crossover on the market and a catalyst for high-end copycats.
As the flagship for supercar royalty, the wild-looking and wildly powerful 2019 Lamborghini Aventador does more than just carry the Lamborghini torch—it intensifies the flame.
The 2019 Lamborghini Huracán is a special kind of machine that gets parked in a venture capitalist's garage and posted on a dreamer's wall.
Wild styling and ferocious performance combine to help the 2019 Lamborghini Urus make an indelible mark on the SUV world.
Soon to be replaced by the Huracán, this baby bull still turns heads.
From the mellifluous sound of its V-12 engine to the much-copied scissor doors, the Murciélago is the archetypal Italian exotic.