When it comes to extreme vehicles or supercars with gorgeous modifications,
Lamborghinistick all the boxes. Though we may never see these bad boys on the street, at least we can drool over the photos.
Cool Lamborghinis that are just plain cool
In 2008, the Reventon was the most expensive Lamborghini ever built. Only 20 units were built for collectors. The masterpiece features a 12-cylinder engine, precise lines, clean surfaces, and sharp edges. The cool Lamborghini can hit 62 mph in only 3.4 seconds.
The 2003-2013 Gallardo was known as the “more affordable” Lamborghini. The commercial success helped the Italian automaker with its financial struggles. Named after a breed of Spanish fighting bull, the two-door racer featured a 5.0-liter V10 engine with almost 600 hp.
The 2001-2010 Murciélago happened to be the first new model under Audi’s ownership. Styled by Belgian Luc Donckerwolke, the cool Lamborghini offered a 6.2-6.5-liter V12 engine with upwards of 600 hp. Many Lamborghinis followed in its stylish footsteps since.
smokin’ hot 2011 Sesto Elementois a $2 million hypercar. The carbon fiber tour de force can hit 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds. The high-tech lightweight sports car has sensational braking and responsive cornering. Solely born for the track, the 20 units of this cool Lamborghini were
never street approved.
Cool Lamborghinis based on the Huracán
The 630 hp Minotaur-Themed Huracán Evo is painted by Italian-born artist, Paolo Troilo. He paints with his hands, making the modified Evo that much more special. The Minotaur design is a nod to the Greek mythology monster of Crete, who has a head of a bull and the body of a man.
Kevin Gordon’s Performante has been described as a “mind-searing performance machine.” The Lamborghini Huracán Performante is even more insane than the Huracán. Kevin Gordon outfitted the vehicle with a VF Engineering Supercharger, forged wheels finished in polished Olympic Bronze with satin clear and forged carbon aero.
The rear bumper was removed from the Biturbo Huracán, exposing the awesome mechanics that we don’t often get to see in modern cars. The work of art features a 5.2-liter V10 engine that can crank out a jaw-dropping 850 hp thanks to its turbocharger kit.
Other modified cool Lamborghinis
The Novitec Performante is one for the gearheads. The exquisitely-finished wheels, wings, body, and suspension are credited to Novitec, a German tuner known for his work on high-end Italian cars.
Its wings crafted from forged carbon result in a more aerodynamic and efficient vehicle than stock. The speed machine also sports new bespoke Vossen wheels wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero tires and a new exhaust.
The Mansory Carbonado Roadster, modified by the world-famous tuning company Mansory, can accelerate to 62 mph in just 2.6 seconds. The German firm modified the stock 6.5-liter engine to produce a whopping 1,250 hp. The cool Lamborghini was also given a carbon exterior with new body panels, wheels, and spoilers.
To put it mildly, the Liberty Walk Aventador is insane. Japanese tuning company, Liberty Walk, celebrated its founder Wataru Kato’s 54th birthday with this special vehicle. The cool Lamborghini is fitted with the company’s LB-Silhouette Works Aventador GT Evo kit.
The Aventador is pretty much dropped as low as any car can get, finished in black and silver accents. Only 20 units of the gorgeous supercar will be made.
The Mansory Venatus is based on the Urus. The striking Lambo sports a wider body with lots of carbon fiber incorporated into the hood, roof spoiler, rear bumper, and side skirts. The bright yellow Lamborghini can crank out horsepower in the 900 range.