Lamborghini's entry-level sports car debuted in 2003, as the Sant'Agata-based automaker wanted to broaden their appeal and customer base. The Gallardo is the second model developed after Audi AG took over Lamborghini and would see a notable improvement in comfort and quality. This 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo comes with a light 24,300 miles and a few enhancements to boot. One of Lamborghini's most popular models, it is widely tipped to be a future classic, making this car a nice weekend toy and a shrewd future investment.
Looking back at 2017, there was no better way to sum up an exciting year of automotive news than the release of the Lamborghini Urus. In keeping with their tradition of naming their vehicles after fighting bulls, the Urus represented the Italian manufacturer in a new light, re-entering the SUV space after over two decades. This lovely 2020 Lamborghini Urus that we have on sale today brings performance and practicality to your driveway. With a reported 11,500 miles on the clock, this low mileage example can be your tamed raging bull, as well as daily driver.
The latest in a string of hits by Italian automotive virtuoso Lamborghini, the Aventador hit the streets in 2011, and, sadly, will bow out in 2022. While it’s unclear what will replace it at this point, revel in the opportunity to own one of these tuneful, and soulful beasts, in the shape of this 2015 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster that we’ve got on sale with just 4,747 miles done since new. You know you want a Lamborghini in your life, and a drop-top is the best way to enjoy it!
The Italian Luxury performance vehicle manufacturer Lamborghini has astounded the world with many of their cars since 1963. From the Lamborghini Miura to the Countach and Diablo, almost every car they produced has evoked a sense of wonder and amazing performance. Up until 2018, Lamborghini was strictly producing cars, with the exception of the LM002, it is when they decided that the booming Sport Utility Vehicle segment or more commonly known as SUV deserves a touch of Lamborghini in this form. Thus, the Lamborghini Urus was born, a high-performance luxury SUV with the trademark Lamborghini performance and luxury. Up for grabs is a newer iteration of the Pearl Capsule Urus, specifically a 2022 Lamborghini Urus Pearl Capsule with just 3,400 miles on the odometer.
The 2000s was a time of rap and hip hop and setting the tone in the background of all those music videos was a Lamborghini Gallardo. The moment you spot the Raging Bull in the background, you instantly knew the song was going to be a banging success, much like this 2014 Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe we have today. With a reported 6,435 miles on the clock, this low mileage example is a last hurrah to the legendary Gallardo marque and can be yours today!
Interestingly, Lamborghini’s flirtation with the SUV market started way back before the term became mainstream. The 1986 Lamborghini LM002 or ‘Rambo Lambo’ as it was known was short-lived and rather irrelevant at the time. Fast forward to 2018, the world’s SUV game is in high gear, and Lamborghini needs to get in on the action. Meet the Urus, named after the aurochs; widely considered the ancestor of domestic cattle. The Urus quickly became Lamborghini’s fastest selling model, as they crossed the 20,000 mark in 2022. Want in on the action? Here’s a 2019 Lamborghini Urus for sale in our inventory and it’s done just 5,300 miles since leaving the gates of Sant’Agata, Italy.
By the turn of the millennium, Lamborghini’s line-up needed a relatively affordable offering. Their sole model in 2000 was the epic V12-powered Lamborghini Diablo, which was replaced by the even more epic V12-powered Murcielago in 2001. Carrying on with a sole model was a risky strategy, and as the company was now owned by Audi AG, a second model was inevitable. That model came in the form of the Lamborghini Gallardo, which debuted in 2003. The Lamborghini Gallardo took many styling cues from the Lamborghini Cala concept car that if you’ve played Need For Speed II, you may remember as one of the cars from that game. If you’ve wanted one of these groundbreaking cars, here’s a 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe from early in the model’s range, with a light 32,000 miles done.
Lamborghini's rise to prominence is dotted with ups and downs throughout its 59 years of existence; while many facets of the luxury automobile manufacturer have changed its core philosophy of competing against, and besting Ferrari is still intact. Founded in 1963 by Ferruccio Lamborghini in Italy, the company's first car was the 350 GT, while the Miura took the spotlight for its design and performance when released in 1966. 1998 saw the company trade hands with the Volkswagen Group where they placed it under the Audi AG division. From 2003 to 2013 Lamborghini introduced and produced the Lamborghini Gallardo, a 2-door sports car, and incidentally their best-selling model. A chance to own one of these beauties is at hand with this 2008 second-generation Lamborghini Gallardo coupe with just 19,166 miles on the clock.
When you’ve released a hit that’s become a cult favorite and one of your best-selling cars of all time, a follow-up is a Herculean task. This was exactly what Lamborghini faced when the time came to replace the Gallardo, which ran for ten years and still remains Lamborghini’s all-time sales leader. What the Sant’Agata squad came up with was the Huracan, which means Hurricane, and is also named after a fighting bull. Still in production, the Huracan is a force to be reckoned with (pun intended). This 2018 Lamborghini Huracan Coupe is one way to enter Lamborghini ownership, and a fine example with just 11,000 miles on it since it charged through the factory gates four years ago.
The Urus isn’t Lamborghini’s first foray into the SUV space. No, they dipped their toes into the water way back in 1986 with the LM002, a vehicle given the name ‘Rambo Lambo’ for its totally un-Lamborghini looks, despite packing the engine from the Countach. Only 328 were produced, and Lamborghini didn’t make another SUV until 2018, when the Urus debuted. Looking much more like a Lamborghini should, it’s the only practical offering in the passionate Italian automaker’s stable, and one that can carry the entire family plus luggage. Here’s a 2020 Lamborghini Urus up for sale with just 19,500 miles on the odometer if you’re after one of these sleek and slick machines.
When everyone’s bringing their A-game to the luxury crossover SUV market, you can’t afford to be left behind. Nevertheless, Lamborghini held out long enough until 2018, when it debuted the Urus. As is typical for Lamborghini nomenclature, it takes after bulls, in this instance, the aurochs, known as the predecessor of modern cattle. Incidentally, Lamborghini did make an off-roader in the Eighties known as the LM002 but that’s a story for another day. In the meantime, this 2019 Lamborghini Urus represents a fantastic opportunity for you to own the only practical Lamborghini in the brand’s lineup, the one that can actually be used as a family vehicle. With just 10,500 miles under its wheels, it’s basically brand-new!
Growing up in the Eighties meant you had to have a Lamborghini poster on your bedroom wall; they are the ultimate bedroom poster car, thanks to their unique designs. Turn back the clock today, and even though the brand has seen tougher competition, it's not rare to see a Lamborghini as desktop wallpapers. Their design was not the only factor that made their cars stand out; it's the car's names as well. Keeping in traditions, each car is named after a Spanish fighting bull. With two-door supercars being their expertise since the early Seventies, owning one meant you get a lot of looks as you drive by and experience true Italian performance in all its glory, much like this 2021 Lamborghini SVJ roadster we have today. With just 115 miles reported on the clock, true driving nirvana is just a matter of finding an open road and hearing that V12 roar into action.
Named after a famous breed of fighting bull, the Lamborghini Gallardo was released to the automotive world in 2003. The Gallardo quickly became one of the Italian automaker’s most successful models and remains a memorable icon from the brand’s history. Over 14,000 examples were sold in just a ten-year production run and is one of Lamborghini’s best-sellers to this day. The 2005 Lamborghini Gallardo Underground Racing we have today takes it a notch higher, standing out amidst the many examples made. This example is even reported to have held a world record timing for a half-mile. Located in New Jersey, this Italian powerhouse is a track-ready weapon and a work of art.
Lamborghini is known as Ferrari’s arch-rival and their naming of cars after fighting bulls and bullfighting paraphernalia is one of their quirks. The Lamborghini Murcielago took over from the Diablo and dominated the 2000s, and stepping into the 2010s and beyond, Lamborghini unveiled the Aventador in 2011. Still going strong, the Aventador has spawned a number of specials based upon it such as the Veneno, Centenario, Sian, Essenza and Countach LPI 800-4. If you wish to own one of these historically significant Lambos that has ample potential to be a future classic whilst offering an exhilarating driving experience, this 2017 Lamborghini Aventador S fits the bill to a tee. Rocking just 2,300 miles, this Massachusetts-based car is seeking its next owner.
The charging bull has captivated fans young and old alike for generations. Automobili Lamborghini, an Italian manufacturer of luxury sports cars and SUVs has been at the forefront of presenting a perfect amalgamation of speed and luxury. The founder Ferruccio Lamborghini who was an Italian magnate founded the company in direct competition to Ferrari. Lamborghini’s current lineup consists of the Huracan, Aventador and the Urus. What we have is a 2021 Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 EVO RWD with just 1,360 miles on the clock and available to be seen in the Old Dominion, Virginia.
Lamborghini, the flamboyant purveyors of Italian sports and supercars, and Ferrari’s arch-nemesis introduced the Huracan in 2014, as the successor of the Gallardo. The Huracan, like the Gallardo before it represents the entry point into Lamborghini ownership and has been a spectacular success, just like its predecessor. Lamborghini draw inspiration from the names of fighting bulls and bullfighting, and Huracan is inspired by a Spanish fighting bull. It also translates to ‘Hurricane’. Here’s a nice 2021 Lamborghini Huracan Evo Spyder RWD to add some spice into your life. It’s from Florida with just 2,000 miles on the odometer and is reported to be a rare spec.
What is bound to get your heart racing is a charging bull, be it an actual bull or one on the badge of a car. Lamborghini is considered to be in the top tier of premium sports car manufacturers, competing alongside Ferrari, Maserati, and Aston Martin. Lamborghini’s foray into the SUV market was in the form of the Lamborghini Urus which didn’t compromise anything from their sports and supercar DNA. The concept was unveiled in 2012 in Beijing, and the first Urus to roll off the assembly line was in February 2018. What we have to offer is a one-owner 2019 Lamborghini Urus with just 10,368 miles on the clock.
As the successor to their ever so famous Gallardo, the Lamborghini Huracan was showcased to the world at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show. Much like its predecessor, this car is the entry-level choice for those looking to get their hands on a Lamborghini, but that doesn’t take away the fact that the Huracan was built completely from the ground up, making it unlike any other Lamborghini out there. To cater to a broader audience, the model was sold in a variety of trims. Here’s a nice 2016 Lamborghini Huracan 580-2 for sale in California with just 7,000 miles reported on the road since new, and owned by an enthusiast.
Lamborghini is a car company that was born out of an argument. Mr. Lamborghini was a tractor maker who owned a Ferrari. Mr. Lamborghini saw an issue with his Ferrari and complained to Mr. Ferrari. Mr. Ferrari told him to stick to making tractors and leave the sportscar manufacturing to him. Mr. Lamborghini was annoyed and vowed to build a sportscar to challenge Mr. Ferrari’s best. And thus, it happened. True story. Ferruccio Lamborghini and Enzo Ferrari are the gentlemen referred to here. To this day, a Lamborghini is instantly recognizable by the mere sight and sound of it. The Raging Bull as it is referred to has gained a worldwide following. In 1990, Lamborghini released the Diablo, their first high-performance sports car that could top the 200mph barrier. Diablo is Spanish for Devil, and we have a 1997 Lamborghini Diablo VT Roadster on sale, from Texas and with just 60,000 miles on the clock to devilishly thrill your senses. Approximately 200 VT Roadsters were produced, making this car rather rare.
To celebrate the dawn of a new millennium, Italian supercar maker Lamborghini turned to their head of design at the time, Luc Donkerwolke. The objective was to create a completely new design for the first time in eleven years, a design that would replace the Diablo as Lamborghini's new flagship. The result was the Murcielago, a mid-engine, all-wheel-drive sports car that would pave the way for a new generation of Lamborghini. In 2003, a roadster variant such as the one you see here was introduced. This 2005 Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster has seemingly been preserved like a piece of art and is now up for sale in Ohio by its very first owner who claims that its original MSRP was a cool $346,000. It comes with just 17,624 miles on the clock and is ready for more adventures.
The Gallardo was first introduced by Lamborghini back in 2003 and saw a tad over ten years of production before being replaced by the Huracan in 2014. It was the Italian automaker’s best-seller by far, with a total of 10,022 examples being built during its time. In fact, the car was so influential that it is argued to be in the club of most famous exotics in modern automotive history. Named after a popular breed of fighting bull, the Gallardo saw two generations. This is a 2007 Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe from New Jersey that has seen just 19,500 miles on the road.
In terms of outright car design Lamborghini is a force to be reckoned with. For decades they has provided us with a myriad of reasons to drop our jaws and look in awe with iconic cars such as the Countach, Diablo, and Murcielago. During 2014 Lamborghini released the Huracan which was the replacement for the iconic and best-selling Lamborghini Gallardo. The name Huracan stands for hurricane in Spanish and just like some of its predecessors the car was named after a Spanish fighting bull. If you are looking to experience Lamborghini’s rich heritage and unique designs the car, we have in our inventory today might just be the one for you. On sale right now is a 2015 Lamborghini Huracan Coupe with just 8,200 miles on the clock, from Florida. When new, this car carried an MSRP of $278,745. This example has some tasteful mods, and GGT fully paid up.
The Italian engineers and designers at Lamborghini granted us the Lamborghini Huraćan in 2014 at the Geneva Motor Show as the successor to the Gallardo, their highly successful V10 offering. After nearly five years in production, the Huraćan received a facelift in 2019 as well as a new addition to its name: the Lamborghini Huraćan EVO. Although it shares the same engine as its brethren, the new Huraćan EVO definitely has more performance and boast callbacks to its stable mates like the performante, Countach and Murciélago. The Italians state that it is the evolution of the most successful V10 Lamborghini to date and it stands for anticipating and catering to drivers’ behavior, expectations and desires. We’re proud to present one such example of the 2020 Lamborghini Huraćan EVO AWD which only bears just over 100 miles on its clock. This 2020 Lamborghini Huraćan EVO AWD in Florida comes equipped with the Gas Guzzler Tax (GGT) option, as well as a slew of other packages and optional extras.
Lamborghini is an Italian car maker that is best known for being the direct competitor of Ferrari in the arena of sports cars and supercars. The company was originally a tractor maker that ventured into sports cars when founder Ferruccio Lamborghini had an issue with his personal Ferrari, and complained to Enzo Ferrari, only to be rebuffed. In a spectacular reaction to the rebuttal, he vowed to build a car to challenge Ferrari’s best, and Lamborghini has been doing that since 1963. They have produced icons such as the Miura, Countach, Diablo and Murcielago, as well as the Gallardo which is their best-selling model to date. Spanning ten years and two generations, the Gallardo was sold from 2004 until 2014, before being replaced by the Huracan. This is a first-generation 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder from Florida with a mere 12,000 miles on the odometer.
The Urus entered the market in 2018 as Lamborghini's first foray into the SUV market since the iconic LM002 in 1986. The attempt was to create a practical SUV while retaining Lamborghini's passion for creating wild exotics. It's safe to say that they've succeeded: The Urus is half-SUV and half fire-breathing-supercar. If it's attention you want, the Urus is a head turner compared to any other SUV. It looks extraordinary inside and out while pulling insane speeds with the help of a V8 engine. This particular example of the 2019 Lamborghini Urus is located in Oregon with just 13000 miles on its clock. With a host of optional packages list included, this Urus has been recently serviced as a bonus for the lucky buyer.
The Lamborghini Gallardo, unveiled at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show and brought into production the next year, has established itself as the most popular sports car in the history of Lamborghini. In 2010 they announced the Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante as one of the most powerful in the Gallardo range. It weighs in at 3,274 pounds, which is 143 pounds lighter than a standard Gallardo LP 560-4 Spyder. Located in Texas, this particular example of the 2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante has only 24600 miles on the clock. Featuring the iconic V10 heart of the Gallardo, this Spyder Performante offers an astonishing modification list for the lucky buyer.
Although we know that Christian Bale's Batman was a fan of Lamborghini's, we never got to see if Bruce Wayne replaced his crashed Murcielago with a Huracán. But we get the feeling that, if he did, it would look a lot like this 2017 Lamborghini Huracán Coupe. The Lamborghini Huracán was designed to replace the much-loved Gallardo. As is customary for the brand, the name was inspired by a Spanish fighting bull and is Spanish for Hurricane. This black 2017 Lamborghini Huracan is available to own with just 3200 miles on the clock. With multiple boxes ticked during the ordering process, this Huracan is a well-specified example, prime for purchase.
This black on black 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo has more than just good looks going for it—although with subtle additions to the exterior, there’s no questioning the visual appeal of this 21,000-mile modified Italian bull. This car has been extensively modified and tuned to provide what is described as a “street-friendly build”. Built by Underground Racing, the extensive work done under the hood of this tuned Lamborghini Gallardo will see 1,150 wheel-horsepower on 93-octane fuel, and as high as 1,550 wheel-horsepower on racing gas.
The Lamborghini Diablo VT is a later-edition of the venerable Diablo. This was the first Diablo to feature the addition of all-wheel drive, borrowing the tech from the LM002 SUV that was also made by Lamborghini. This particular car has reportedly undergone a professional refresh. It sports a new interior, as well as a host of new parts under the hood. This 1995 Lamborghini Diablo VT has partial service history, as well as a clean Carfax. Included are the latest records to confirm the car’s restoration, as well as the original set of manuals in their leather case.
The 580-2 may not feature the AWD prowess of some of the more hairy-chested renditions of the Lamborghini Huracán but, thanks to its rear-wheel-drive layout and accessible power, is appreciated by purists and track-goers alike. Lighter and better balanced, the Huracán 580-2 has perhaps unwittingly on behalf of Lamborghini, become one of the stand-out performers of the entire Huracán range. Therefore, this example, with just 3200 miles, is the perfect entry point into supercar ownership. And, with a clean Carfax report, you have even greater peace of mind!
Finished in Grigio Lynx Metallic over Nero Cosmus with a red soft top and Italian flag striping, this 2018 Lamborghini Huracan LP640-4 Performante Spyder represents the most powerful and flamboyant variant of the pre-facelift Huracan. With just 955 miles at the time of listing, this low-mileage example carries several desirable options including the Style Package, Branding Package, Nose Lift System, Anti-Theft System, Navigation, and Bluetooth functionality. Many of these optional extras are listed below with full specifications available upon request. This Huracan Performante Spyder is being offered through Exotic Car Trader’s consignment program with a clean title and a clean Carfax.
Boasting Lamborghini’s first all-new V12 since the iconic 350 GT of 1964, the 2014 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster is a true Italian powerhouse. That 6.5-liter V12 pumps out 690 horsepower and 509 lb-ft of torque, powering all four wheels through a 7-speed semi-automatic transmission and propelling the occupants to 60 MPH in just 2.9 seconds. This low mileage Aventador Roadster is finished in Nero Aldebaran over black leather and sports a variety of optional extras including a multifunction leather steering wheel, Homelink, and other options detailed throughout the page. It is being offered for sale with just over 8,700 miles, a clean title, and clean Carfax.
Dubbed “the world’s first Super Sport Utility Vehicle” by its creators, the 2019 Lamborghini Urus is a departure from the typical Raging Bull in both form and function. Powered by a 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 with 641 horsepower, and with over 9” of ground clearance, this low-mileage Urus is finished in Grigio Lynx over Terra Asia Vintage Leather. It was ordered new from Lamborghini Broward in southeastern Florida and is now being offered on consignment with under 5,000 miles, a clean title, and a clean Carfax. Given the extensive options on this 2019 Lamborghini Urus, some of which are listed below, we invite interested parties to contact us directly to discuss the car in greater detail.