Rent a Lamborghini with Elite Rent-a-Car
You can rent a Lamborghini with Elite Rent-a-Car. In fact, you can sample most cars in Lamborghini’s prestigious line-up. The Lamborghini Huracan, Spyder, Aventador, and Urus are available in Switzerland, France, Monaco, Germany, Italy and Czech Republic. Choose our custom delivery service in Geneva, Zurich, Paris, Cannes, Nice, Monaco, Milan, Rome, Munich and Prague.
Lamborghini creates some of the most provocative and outlandish car designs ever seen. Lamborghini is part of the German VW group, however, it is based in Sant’Agata Bolognese in Italy. Ferruccio Lamborghini, the founder of ‘Automobili Lamborghini’, started out making tractors and race boat engines. It wasn’t until 1963 that the company assumed its auto-making identity to become the brand we recognize today. This switch in production was chiefly due to Ferruccio’s pursuit of competing with Enzo Ferrari’s cars.
Some of Lamborghini’s most Iconic models include the Miura, Countach, Diablo and the Murcielago, all of which are powered by thunderous V12s. Lamborghini has experimented with several types of engines including a V8 in the 1980 Jalpa and more recently a V10 in the Gallardo, the Murcielago’s little sister.
Today, Lamborghini’s cars represent the avant-garde nature of their design and performance. The Aventador, a V12 monster that will reach a top speed in excess of 350 km/h. Equally impressive is the Huracan… It is powered by a v10 and capable of 0-100 km/h in under 3 seconds. Both are available with Elite Rent in their hard-top and convertible/roadster configuration. When it comes to presence and sound, the raging bull is always an excellent choice.
Many laude the Lamborghini Miura as the first true supercar. It was the first car to adopt the now popular mid-engine configuration, with a 345 horsepower V12 no less. This means that the engine rested between the axles and closer to the cars center of gravity.
Lamborghini never had an F1 racing team as Ferruccio felt it was too expensive and would drain the company’s resources. However, it did supply teams such as Lotus, Ligier and Minardi with engines between 1989 and 1993.