Ah yes, one of those age-old questions. Should I own a lamborghini?
Naturally when our brains think of Italian supercars, the first thing that comes to mind is “the Lamborghini”. Other than the obvious reasons women, international sex appeal, and more women. We thought we should provide more reasons to own one….
WHY You should Own One ?
Unlike just about any other car on the market, a Lamborghini protects itself and you in the process. The transmission automatically shifts once you start going into the red, so shift when appropriate or don’t—the car won’t let you do any damage. Further, the car grips the road hard on sharp turns. Floor it and just watch how it handles.
To show off to your friends
It is an attention grabber. If you drive around in one of these cars, everyone you meet is going to want to know how you made enough money to afford that car. If you are operating in the right business model, this can be a powerful lead generation tool. When you think of an exotic car, the Lamborghini is quite possibly the first thing to come to mind. Reason being, it looks like something that dropped out of a hole in time from 1,000 years in the future. Park one of these bad boys infront of any place and you become an instant star. Drive this thing far enough out in the sticks and people are going to think the aliens have landed.
It can reach speeds of more than 200 miles per hour. It’s enough to feed anyone who craves for speed .We’re not suggesting you try outrunning the cop pulling you over for already obscene speeds. But it’s pretty cool to know that you can…
Luxury & Style
It is not just about being the fastest on the road. It’s also about luxury & style . And the interior of a lamborghini offers two tangible benefits: First, you can grip the wheel better. Second, when your miniskirted lady sits shotgun on a hot summer day, she won’t get stuck to the seat. She would thank you later.
Top of the Line
It is always trying to optimize the power-to-weight ratio of their cars. To that end, they need super light material. The solution? Carbon fiber. This is what you’re going to find in most Formula One cars, and with good reason. Not only does it make the car perform because it’s super light, it keeps the driver safe, because it’s super strong.
Choose your weapon gentlemen..
Lamborghini Pregunta: Considered by many as the last “true” Lamborghini developed by the Italian automaker before the company was taken over by Audi, the Pregunta concept was far-ahead of its time in the world of automotive design. The one-off, once priced at $2.1 million, was first unveiled in 1998 and features carbon fiber, optical fiber lighting and rear-facing cameras.
Lamborghini Estoque: Unveiled at the 2008 Paris Auto Show, the Estoque Concept proved that the allure of Lamborghini isn’t limited to two doors. The sports sedan never made into production, but it still has us dreaming of a four-door Lamborghini more than six years after it was introduced.
Lamborghini Miura: “Vintage” in every sense of the word, the Miura is a breathtaking throwback to the early days of Lamborghini design as well as performance; it was the fastest production car when it debuted in 1966. Produced until 1969 in its original form, only 425 units of the Miura were ever made, which has made it a highly coveted collectible in the world of luxury automobiles.
Lamborghini Countach: Produced from 1974 to 1990, the Countach is a striking example of why the appeal for the raging bull nameplate runs so deep. The Countach is often referred to as the backbone of the Lamborghini legacy, and this model remains in high demand.
Lamborghini Aventador J: The Aventador J, introduced at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, is an extreme take on the idea of a supercar—even by Lamborghini standards—from its design cues to the unique patented “carbon skin” used to construct the prototype. The roofless road legal one-off sold shortly after its debut for a reported $2.8 million
Lamborghini Veneno Roadster: The highly exclusive Veneno Roadster, which debuted in 2013, ranks as one of our favorite Lamborghinis ever, a breathtaking interpretation of a modern day supercar. Only nine units of the open racing prototype were produced, with an initial price tag of $4.5 million each. A slightly used one currently has an asking price of $7.4 million.
Lamborghini Egoista: Unveiled in 2013 for Lamborghini’s 50th Anniversary, the Egoista represents the epitome of self-indulgence. After all, it’s a car built by Lamborghini as a gift to Lamborghini. Even the name of the one-seater, which translates to “selfish,” highlights the idea of gratifying one’s own personal desires.