It wasn’t particularly “pretty.”
What’s interesting about the road-legal Lamborghini SC18 is not just that it’s a new one-off from Lambo, it’s the first one-off road car from the company’s racing arm, Squadra Corse. That and, well, look at it.
In the past, we’ve called The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, insanely opulent and “the fanciest.” It’s where supercar owners and their rich friends to come do what they already do at home, which is look at cars and drink champagne. That doesn’t change the fact that there are still many, many people milling around the…
I think it’s an improvement over the Chiron.
He doesn’t say Frozen Banana stand. Check yourself before you wreck yourself.
They drink IPAs because they want to look like they know about beer. But really IPAs taste like bootyhole.
A hint of shark? I’ve had multiple people say that they thought it looked exactly like a shark. And there’s wings, vents and scoops everywhere!
“looks patently ridiculous”
I really do love the Lamborghini flagship compared to the other “big Italian”. It’s all motor, no hybrid and looks patently ridiculous. It’s just so much more fun than the Ferrari lets itself be.
This looks like a Lamborghini Miura Jota SVR, but it’s not a Lamborghini Miura Jota SVR. It’s not a replica, or a kit car. It wasn’t made with revolutionary and dangerous shrink ray technology. It’s simply the work of a man who grew up dreaming of owning a Miura Jota SVR, but it was always just out of his reach. So he…
yeah i can’t stand that porker dude from vehicle virgins.
I’m reeeeeally thankful a place like Royalty Exotics exists - they are showing a totally different side of supercar ownership that is less about tip toeing around precious toys but really and literally getting into the nuts and bolts of maintaining a fleet - they’ve done the impossible of making supercar ownership…
Inevitable sequel: A 550 Maranello, a 993 Turbo, a Diablo SV, maybe an Alpina B10 Biturbo, maybe a Bentley Continental R?
Japan’s late-Eighties Bubble Era produced some of the most extreme and extraordinary cars to ever see public roads. The triple-rotor Mazda Cosmo grand tourer and the gullwing Autozam AZ-1 city car spring to mind. But there were many others that didn’t quite make it, including the Group C-for-the-road Jiotto Caspita.
I share your sentiment to some degree.
Correct me if I’m wrong, you want Lamborghini, the original Crazy Car Company, to become more like Aston Martin?