Lamborghini is an Italian manufacturer of exotic mid-engine supercars plus a front-engine SUV, the Urus. Headquartered in the Italian city of Bologna, Lamborghini is owned by Germany's Audi A.G., itself a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group.
Sometimes mistaken for Ferraris, Lambos are more angular in design. The Huracan and Urus are the more affordable of Lamborghini's three current production cars, excluding one-off rarities.
The Huracan comes as a coupe and a spyder (convertible) and shares some components with the Audi R8. The Urus SUV, meanwhile, is Lamborghini’s first SUV since it retired the boxy LM002 in the early 1990s. The Urus shares its platform with a slew of luxury SUVs from other VW Group brands, including the Audi Q7, Bentley Bentayga and Porsche Cayenne. Capping the production lineup is the Aventador, the ultimate Lambo with a starting price north of $420,000. It comes in coupe and roadster (convertible) versions.