Unsurprisingly, most of them are named after bulls.
In 1947, the matador Manolete was . Lamborghini deemed this appropriate, and thus the Lamborghini Islero was named. The Islero's 4.0 liter V12 engine made 350 bhp.
Translated from Spanish, "espada" means "sword", and is often used in This four-seater had a 4.0 liter V12 engine that made between 325 and 350 bhp.
The Miura had a 4.0 liter V12 that made 430 bhp and was named after a breed of particularly -- a fitting name for one of Lamborghini's most iconic cars to date.
The Urraco was released with a 2.5 liter V8 engine that . "Urraco" is Spanish slang for "little bull" and could seat four. Lamborghini meant for this model to be smaller and cheaper in order to aid sales figures, however labor strikes and mechanical problems prevented this from happening.
The 4.0 liter V12 engine produced 375 bhp and was a cornerstone in Lamborghini design. The name "" is a rather boorish Piedmontese exclamation of amazement, usually uttered by men upon seeing a pretty woman.
With the intent of creating a softer and less insane Countach, Lamborghini created the . The 3.5 liter V8 Jalpa made 255 bhp. The Jalpa was
The Murciélago LP640 had a 6.5 liter V12 that made 640 bhp. Meaning 'bat' in Spanish, Murciélago was also a fighting bull that survived a matador's 28 sword strokes.
"Reventón" was in reference to a fighting bull that killed a bullfighter named Felix Guzman in 1943. The car used a 6.5 liter V12 that produced 650 bhp. Production was limited to a mere 20 examples.
One of Lamborghini's best-selling cars, the Gallardo LP560-4 was a sports car that sported a 5.2 liter V10 that made 560 bhp. It was named for
One of the most exclusive Lamborghinis ever made was the Sesto Elemento. Using the same 5.2 liter V10 as the Gallardo, the Sesto Elemento produced 570 bhp. Its named translated to mean "sixth element," in reference to , from which much of the car is made
With a 6.5 liter V12 that produces 700 bhp, the Aventador takes its name from an award-winning bull from the Spanish Corrida. Gaping vents and blistering acceleration define the current Lamborghini halo car.
In celebration of Lamborghini's 50th birthday, the company created the ultra-expensive and ultra-exclusive Veneno. Only three were made. Power stems from the 6.5 liter V12 that makes 740 bhp. As Lamborghini puts it, the Veneno is named after ""
The Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4 implements a 5.2 liter V10 engine, which puts down 610 bhp. The name "Huracán" comes from a Spanish fighting bull from 1879 that was known for its ""