The Goodwood Festival of Speed is now in full swing, and Lamborghini is celebrating the end of an era.
Lamborghini has used naturally aspirated engines for decades to make incredible performance cars, and with the introduction of new hybrid models starting next year, that era is coming to an end. In celebration of that incredible Lamborghini legacy, the brand is going all out at the Goodwood Festival of Speed with a hill-climb spectacle of their latest and greatest naturally aspirated cars.
The Aventador Ultimae, Lamborghini’s final Aventador model, along with the Huracan STO and Huracan EVO were seen in action on the hill, and the Huracan Tecnica, which will launch on the market at the beginning of 2023, is on display next to Ristorante 1963, Goodwood’s Italian restaurant named after the founding year of the brand. Outside the exclusive Drivers’ Club are the Essenza SCV12, the 40-example track-only V12 model, and the new Huracan Super Trofeo EVO2. Lamborghini’s hospitality lounge features Stephan Winkelmann, CEO of Lamborghini, as well as other board directors and over 450 Lamborghini owners and VIPs near Ristorante 1963. As it’s a microcosm of the automotive world today, this year’s Goodwood weekend has a special focus on Lamborghini.