This is just ridiculous.
This rumor is just too wacky and delightful to ignore.
There's nothing better than the sound of a wailing V10 on an open race track.
It seems Lamborghini is already working on a drop-top variant of the Nurburgring production car lap record holder.
Skeptics and supercar makers questioned Lamborghini's 6:52 Huracan Performante lap. Then Lamborghini showed the data.
Steven Aghakhani will race a Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo this year, and begin high school.
A time of 6:52.01 makes the Performante the fastest production car to ever lap the Nurburgring, trouncing the Porsche 918 Spyder.
Five-hundred eighty horsepower and rear-wheel-drive? No problem, even for a novice.
The racing Lambo's 5.2-liter V10 sings a song that's not quite V8, not quite V12, and entirely awe-inspiring.
This is the car Lamborghini says will beat the Aventador SV's 6:59 Nurburgring time. And it sounds vicious.
For reference, the Aventador SV runs the Nordschliefe in 6:59. That is just exhilaratingly fast.
How does an Aventador or Huracan do in the snow? Now you can find out for yourself.
Especially with a hydraulic handbrake.
Yet another of Jon Olsson's supercars gets the signature customization.
More power and less weight for the Huracan Spyder? Yes please.
The 602-horsepower Huracan Spyder faces off against its cheaper, less-powerful brother. But which one is better to drive?
...vs. Ferrari F12vs. McLaren 570Svs. Lamborghini Huracan vs. Mercedes-Benz AMG GTS vs. Porsche GT3 RS vs. Aston Martin Vantage GT12.