Something new is brewing in Sant’Agata. We are 2 days away from the latest Lamborghini, which will be live-streamed on Wednesday, 12 pm Eastern. All models of the Huracan are selling well, so it wouldn’t make sense for a refresh. The Urus is still too new, but perhaps they have found more power. The real shocker would be a new Lamborghini Aventador for sale. It debuted in February of 2011, and we have enjoyed them for a decade. Because the car has a one-piece carbon-fiber cockpit, the have been limited to the single-clutch ISR transmission. Engineering a wider tunnel to accommodate a dual-clutch would change many other aspects, so it could be time for this Raging Bull to retire. Could it be a Sian FKP 37 Roadster? Stay with us to find out, and click the link below for great incentives on 2020 Aventadors.
From the track to the Swiss Alps, the Lamborghini Urus will get you there. The Lamborghini Urus was created as...Read more