Top 5 Lamborghini videos from Autocar
Our Aventador S video is the latest in a long line of Lambo-starring videos; we look back at some of our favourites
Earlier this week, we posted our UK review of Lamborghini’s new Aventador S on YouTube, adding to a long list of Autocar films featuring cars from one of the world’s most exuberant manufacturers.
With this new arrival, we were reminded just how great Lambos can be on camera, so we thought it only right to look back through our online archive and dig out some of our favourites over the years. You can find five of our picks below.
Lamborghini Aventador S UK review
Lambo’s latest supercar is a heavily reworked version of the existing Aventador with more power, sharper steering and a more adjustable character. Do the changes help it keep up with younger rivals?
Lamborghini Aventador challenge: will they jump?
Is there any better evidence of Autocar’s role as a consumer advice outlet than this? Erm, there probably is, but that doesn’t stop us answering a question you now want the answer to: which jumps better – the Aventador or Aventador Roadster?
Lamborghini Aventador vs 997 Porsche 911 GT2 RS vs Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
Three poster boys of supercar-dom. Each with a different focus and very different powertrain, but all offer extremely quick performance in their own way. But which is the fastest? The launch control-flaunting SLS, razor-sharp GT2 RS or V12-bearing Aventador? Only one way to find out…
Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 vs Lamborghini Murcielago SV
At the end of the last decade, these two were about as hardcore as things got. The Murcielago SV, the predecessor to today’s Aventador SV, was a pared-back, 663bhp version of Lambo’s 6.5-litre V12 supercar. The ZR1 held a similar role and ranked as the 638bhp monster of the Corvette range. We pit them head to head to see how they compare.
What happens to a Lamborghini Gallardo when you switch traction control off?
Ever wondered what effect the electronic stability control systems fitted to modern cars have? We did, so we decided to take a Lamborghini Gallardo – because, well, you know – and see how it reacts to a panic lane change at 70mph, with ESP on and off. The results are eye-opening.
Source: Autocar Online