Lamborghini, the House of the Raging Bull, is celebrating 50 years of its glamorous existence this year, organising galas and festivities across the globe, bringing together the whole world in the ultimate celebration of the thrills of loving, driving and owning the electrifying supercars that this legendary camp has rolled out till date. As a kick-off for this 50th anniversary celebration in India, the auto-giant from Italy organised its first ever track day at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) on 22nd February 2013, which also became the platform for two of the most exciting launches of 2013 – the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 and the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Edizione Tecnica.
Lamborghini, a name that has been known to brand only the most electrifying cars on the planet, is once again ready to set the race tracks on fire as it prepares to make a comeback in international motorsport. Having already announced its plans for return earlier this month, the Italian manufacturer has now lifted the covers off the enthralling race car that would be performing on international racing platforms very soon. Based on the newly-launched 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo, this racing superstar to be has been named as Lamborghini Gallardo GT3 FL2 and has been developed by the renowned German motorsport firm, Reiter Engineering, for the first time in direct collaboration with Lamborghini.
All you Lamborghini Gallardo fans out there, it is time to say goodbye to your favourite Lamborghini for the Italian luxury sports car manufacturer is now all set to retire the iconic car by the end of 2013. Named after a famous breed of fighting bull, the V-10 Gallardo has been Lamborghini's sales leader and stable-mate to a succession of V-12 flagship models—first to the Lamborghini Murciélago, then to the current flagship Lamborghini Aventador. The latest in the Gallardo line-up, the LP-560-4 will be the final Gallardo to be sold with the tag after which it will be retired and a replacement will take its place. The year 2013 will mark a decade of the Gallarado's reign, at the end of which the company will launch its replacement. The company will however continue selling the old Lamborghini Gallardos. The coupe, introduced in 2004, saw a number of upgrades and special-edition models, including a facelift revealed in September. Now, the marque has confirmed that its entry-level supercar will reach the end of its life cycle in 2013. A company official said about the coupe, “It’s been a crazy beautiful ride for the past decade. And now the last Gallardo is here, the final masterpiece of the collection.” And though the Lamborghini Gallardo marque's retirement has been announced, it is yet not clear that which car will replace it. However, reports suggest that the replacement could wear a Huracán, Cabrera or Deimos badge.
The legendary car marque, Lamborghini, known to reproduce nothing but perfection and grandeur in every supercar that exits its garage, turns 50 next year. Standing at the edge of a magnificent half-century-long journey that was packed with a whole century worth of innovations, the brilliant makers of world's most amazing supercars have decided to step into the second half of the century in style. A series of remarkable events scattered throughout the year 2013 to be held in Italy and abroad will mark the extravagant golden jubilee celebrations of Lamborghini.
Lamborghini was in news about ten months back in reference to its planning of opening its new showroom in the city of Mumbai, in India.The company had opened its first showroom about 6 years back in Delhi which was taken care of by Exclusive motors. The new one however will be looked after by Autohangar and the inaugration will be done somtime during the summer. The showroom, situated in Prabhadevi, a southern area of Mumbai has already started making popularity amongst news and other reports. It is very close to other showrooms like those of Mercedes Benz,Volkswagen and Skoda.
Lamborghini was in news about ten months back in reference to its plan to open a new showroom in the city of Mumbai, in India. The company had opened its first showroom about 6 years back in Delhi which was taken care of by Exclusive Motors. The new one however will be looked after by Autohangar and the inaugration will be done somtime during the summer. The showroom, situated in Prabhadevi, a southern area of Mumbai has already started grabbing attention. It is very close to other showrooms like those of Mercedes Benz,Volkswagen and Skoda.
Looks like every luxury car manufacturing company is tapping the Indian car market as they know that Indian car market is one of the most flourishing and thriving car market across the world. This time around it is the Italian luxury car manufacturer, Automobili Lamborghini SpA who launched its latest car, Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 in India today. The new car by Lamborghini surely comes with a hefty price tag , Lamborghini Aventador price in India is tagged at Rs. 3.69 crore.
Even if you are not a car enthusiast and cars are nothing but metal transportation boxes on four wheels for you, you would still be breathless at the sight of the Lamborghini Murcielago range of supercars – the LP670-4 SV is, my friends hold your breath, right here in India! The coveted Lambo has arrived!
The Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV is a magnificent piece of machinery that can give McLaren SLR a run for its money. The Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV is powered by a 6.2 litre V12 engine, the SV is capable of producing 678 horses.