Ferrari and Lamborghini are trying to design battery-powered cars that inspire the same devotion as their costly internal combustion models.
A culture of souped-up cars, luxury cars and collector cars has flourished in Miami for decades. This weekend it will all be on display.
A novel navigation system, What3words, will be standard on new Huracán models. It divides the globe into 57 trillion 10-foot squares, and leads you to one.
Automakers are building “brand experience centers” to pitch their vehicles to consumers without the hard sell of a showroom.
There’s money in the air at Monterey Car Week, so where better to sell a rare new Bugatti or Ferrari?
Cars with manual transmissions, even late models, are holding their value as the collector market hunts for rarity.
It’s still not cheap, and it’ll take some skill, but finding the totaled car of your dreams and rebuilding it can give you bragging rights, and a sweet new ride.
The power and prestige of cars like a 1990 Lamborghini might compel some owners to take a Sunday drive. But with odometers this low, the investment would take a hit.
A Houston man who received more than $1.6 million bought a 2019 Lamborghini Urus, prosecutors said. Last week, a Miami man bought a Lamborghini Huracán, according to the authorities.
The couple were at work and had no idea that their son had sneaked out while his teenage sister watched him, a prosecutor said on Friday.