This winter get yourself a real snowmobile. Something with real power and style. Something like this Lamborghini Huracán snowmobile designed by Rain Prisk Designs.
You’ll wish you had snow year round if you owned a snowmobile like this one.
Growing up in the 80s, the two cars featured most prominently on the wall of my room where the Lamborghini Countach and the Ferrari Testarossa. Fast forward 30 years and kids all around the world will soon have posters of the latest Lamborghini super exotic called the Veneno Roadster on the wall.
Google Maps has been adding an ever-increasing amount of Street View imagery to its service allowing you to actually see the streets you’ll be driving, biking and walking on when you’re going somewhere. I think most of us probably use Street View imagery more to see our own houses or to see if we were caught on the Street View cameras more than anything else.
You gotta love videogame marketing. First we got, pre-orders, then DLC, then exclusive DLC based on where your pre-order. Now they’re using pre-orders as viral advertisements. If you thought the $190,000 (USD) pre-order bundle for Grid 2 – which included a street legal race car – was ridiculous, get ready to hit your computer with a penetrator bat.
When you lust after something as exotic as the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, but just aren’t able to spend millions on a hypercar, then I guess you’ll just have to settle for something as mundane as a Gallardo.
Lightweight carbon fiber is a must on any so-called “hypercar,” but what about a car that was named after the element carbon itself? How does it stack up against the rarefied competition? You needn’t worry, because it will probably smoke any other car away, thanks to its awesome power-to-weight ratio.
Continuing its long tradition of creating vehicles that mere mortals can’t even dream of affording, Lamborghini has unveiled the Egoista concept, shown off at a private birthday party to celebrate Lambo’s 50th birthday. The Egoista concept has room for a single wealthy occupant and is powered by a 5.2-liter V10 engine with 600 horsepower.
How would you like to be a Gotham cop having to pull over Batman in his Batmobile and report this to Commissioner Gordon? That would suck. Well, that’s not exactly what happened here, but it probably still feels weird to pull over the Dark Knight.
I guess it’s true that money can buy almost everything but happiness. You can buy a $92,000 frog-inspired watch, a bejeweled pen that’s priced at close to a million, and an 11-foot iOS dock with a price tag of around half a million dollars.
Okay maybe it’s not that fast, but I dare you to show me geeky car that can go faster than this bad boy. Shane, I see your H-Wing Honda and raise you a Lamborghini Murcielago. The Star Wars-themed vinyl wrap was done by SS Customs for Team Golden Empire.
After Asus released some Lamborghini laptops, it’s time to make more money off the Lambo name by releasing some USB hard drives. While the enclosure looks nice enough, it’s by no means the fastest or biggest drive out there.
At first glance, I thought this seafaring sports car was the underwater Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me. Much to my amazement, it’s a real amphibious Lamborghini Countach built by Mike Ryan of SeaRoader.