Thursday, August 20, 2009


Some of you may wonder what this blog is needed for, as you can find all of that on the internet by yourself, and I have an answer: This blog stores most of the info on the car in one place, so you wont have to go crawling through Google to find the cost for a carbon fibre hood for a Lamborghini, this has all of what you will need at one location. have fun, and take a look at these Lamborghini models while you are here.

Lamborghini Reventon

A car of true beauty and power. The Lamborghini Reventon of 2008. This car was inspired by the strong, sleek lines of many army jet fighters we see today. Once again, this is a car for the millionares. There have been only 20 road cars made, and all of them were bought before they were ever built. with a price tag of $1,600,000 USD, Lamborghini made an immediate $32,000,000 USD off of the cars before they were ever off of the production line. It is only available in matte grey color, and special black Lamborghini rims. An oil change from an authorized Lamborghini dealer costs $1,400 USD.This was the most powerful Lamborghini of 2008.  The rarity and design are the two main factors that make it cost so much. If you have seen one of these pass by you, you deserve a handshake. Find out more from the specs.

Engine: V12
Horsepower: 640
Torque: 487 lb. ft.
Top Speed: 211mph
0-62mph: 3.3 seconds

Lamborghini Murcielago

There are many Lamborghinis made, but no matter which one, this is perhaps the mightiest, extreme, and fastest known car to come out of Italy in 2010. The Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce. With a base value of $450,000 USD, and a possible $505,410 USD, this car is nothing to sneeze at. Only 350 units of the SV version were produced, but much more of the regular Murcielago LP640-4. With 18" special Lamborghini rims, an optional large carbon fibre spoiler, a and many more carbon fibre parts, this car is a great sight, whether in a showroom, or on the road. Take a look at the specs.

Engine: 6.5L V12
Horsepower: 670
Torque: 487 lb. ft.
Top Speed: 213mph
0-63mph: 2.8 seconds

Lamborghini Gallardo

Produced in 2003, and dubbed the "Baby Lambo" because of its small body and V10 engine, unlike the Murcielago's bigger V12 engine. Despite having a smaller engine, it still gets wicked speed and power. The LP570-4 Superleggera, what is shown in the picture, is the fastest, lightest, and smallest Gallardo that Lamborghini ever produced. Most of the body uses carbon fibre, making it much lighter than normal cars, weighing in at approximately 1340Kg. Let's hope this car will keep producing through the years, and become a super-car like the faster Murcielago. Read more in the specs.

Engine: 5.2L V10
Horsepower: 570
Torque: 393 lb. ft.
Top Speed: 202mph
0-62mph: 3.4 seconds