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Monday, 26 October 2020

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25 October
Lamborghini’s Huracán Evo RWD is made for maximum fun, not lap times

The all-wheel-drive Lamborghini Huracán Evo was determined to be too drama-free, so now Lamborghini has made a $214,366 rear-wheel-drive version. Which is a lot, but it's a massive $50,000 cheaper than the all-wheel-drive version we...

Ars Technica

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22 October
Lamborghini attends 2020 Modena Cento Ore anniversary tour

Automobili Lamborghini took part in the 2020 Modena Cento Ore with two cars from its MUDETEC museum: a Jarama GTS and a Countach 25th Anniversary. Considered one of the most dynamic and exciting events in... Read More

Take to the Road

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20 October
Lamborghini Celebrates 20 Years Of The Modena Centro Ore

The fastest Italian supercars have been racing from Rome to Modena for the past 2 decades. In the spirit of the world’s greatest road races, the Lamborghini Museum decided to celebrate with two classics. Their first entry was a 1973 Jarama GTS...


16 October
Watch: Audi 80 and a Lamborghini Gallardo Dice it Up on a Rallycross Circuit

There are as many turns in that headline as there are on the Rallycross circuit these cars compete on. A Lamborghini is perhaps the last car I’d expect to see on the Rallycross circuit. And indeed, it is not as dominant as you’d expect a car with a...


11 October
Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD test drive

The Car Expert - Independent, impartial advice While some may prefer the grip and security of all-wheel-drive, the rear-wheel-drive Lamborhini Huracan Evo RWD is more fun to drive. Lamborghini Huracan Evo RWD test drive

The Car Expert

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