It was back in 1983 that Renault first supplied vehicles to escort actors to the Cannes Film Festival red carpet. In 1992, with the unveiling of Safrane, 45 cars were part of the official vehicle fleet. To commemorate the 10-year anniversary of Renault’s partnership with the Cannes Film Festival, a special ‘Palme d’Or’ edition of Safrane was released.
For the Volkswagen Passenger Car brand, the new 7th gen Golf that debuted in 2012 is one of his exemplary works. Walter Maria de Silva, Head of Group Design of Volkswagen AG has been awarded the medal for special services to Bavaria in a united Europe.
Egotist Lamborghini Egoista basks 1 seat solitude. A passenger is to stand on their seat, sit at a particular spot on the left side of Egoista, swivel their legs from the cabin to outside the car, and put their feet down to stand up. Exact precision is paramount when getting in the vehicle.
Lamborghini confirms Urus SUV production for 2017, shows Ecosta concept, and displays Veneno. A first look at the Ecosta is one that borders on futuristic, and nothing that you’ve seen until now.
Lamborghini Ecosta concept shown at the end of 50th Anniversary Grand Tour. Rather futuristic at first glance, the white hued concept had blazing red wheel alloys. Also, the vehicle seems to lack doors.
Gautam Singhania represents India in 350 car convoy for golden Lamborghini Anniversary Grand Tour. The 1200 km long drive would be nothing less than spectacular as the 350 car convoy by itself commands a length of 4 km.
Automobili Lamborghini gives the world an exclusive 50th anniversary special Aventador LP 720-4 50° Anniversario at the Shanghai Auto Show 2013. It is available in a new color scheme, Giallo Maggio (May yellow), which is the most loved color by existing Lamborghini owners.
Lamborghini showed the world their new Aventador LP720-4 at the Auto Shanghai 2013 recently. In the other part of the world, Lamborghini has been caught testing an SV variant, which reportedly delivers 800 hp.
The one of its kind sports car, Pregunta was the last car built by Lamborghini, before the Italian brand was taken over by German’s Audi AG. It will be going under the hammer, where it is expected to fetch a price of $2.1 million (£1.4 million or INR 11.54 crores).