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Lamborghini and the Grand Theft Auto modding community have a long history.
The highly sophisticated and just plain fun urban simulation offered by the GTA franchise is the best place for the less wealthy among us to live out our dreams of owning one of these iconic supercars.
It didn’t take long after the release of Grand Theft Auto 5 for Lamborghini mods to start popping up, and they haven’t stopped since then.
To save you the trouble of searching around, I put together the most varied list of custom Lamborgini add-ons for GTA 5. Enjoy!
10. Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670-4 SV (2009)
Due to length constraints, the classic Diablo didn’t make it into the list – but its successor, the Murciélago, has more than earned a spot on this ranking.
Introduced in 2001, the Murciélago was the first Lambo to come out of the factory after Audi took over the brand. It was a bit of a mission statement, reassuring fans that Lamborghini would continue to be about power and style.
The Murciélago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce is the ultimate high-performance variant of this iconic Lambo. It boasts a 6.5L V12 engine, reduced weight, and an upgraded intake system that helped take it to the next level.
9. Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera (2007)
After the Murciélago came the Gallardo, one of the company’s best-selling models.
Part of its sales success was due to being an “entry-level” Lamborghini. It’s powered by a V10 engine, with slightly less power and torque than the Murciélago’s V12, which accounts for the price reduction.
However, the Gallardo has a lot to say for itself in terms of style. Its clean lines have a timeless appeal that remains just as striking almost 20 years after the base model was introduced.
The LP570-4 Superleggera makes up for the reduced engine power with a 100kg reduction in weight thanks to extensive use of carbon fiber parts.
This mod also features a wealth of tuning parts so you can craft the Gallardo of your dreams.
8. Lamborghini Veneno Roadster (2014)
When the Veneno was first unveiled in 2013 for Lamborghini’s 50th anniversary, I remember some of my friends saying they had gone too far with the aggressive, futuristic design.
Me? I thought they were just afraid of innovation.
Veneno means “poison” in Spanish, a fitting name for such an edgy supercar.
Everything about it screams speed, and it’s not just for show. Each design element was carefully chosen for aerodynamics and engine cooling. Even the stylish wheels have a special brake-cooling mechanism!
This Roadster version is perfect for the thrill-seeking criminal mastermind of Los Santos. For the regular coupé version, click here.
7. Lamborghini Terzo Millennio (2017)
What happens when the brilliant minds of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) come together with the automotive geniuses behind Lamborghini R&D?
The Lamborghini Terzo Millennio.
Terzo Millennio stands for “Third Millennium” in Italian, and it’s the perfect name for a car that would still look more than a bit futuristic in Cyberpunk 2077’s Night City.
This fully-electric hypercar is more about technological testing than performance. Its theoretical top speed is under 320km/h, but features like supercapacitor-powered electric engines and self-healing nanotube materials make it a milestone in auto design.
6. Lamborghini Reventón Hot Pursuit Police (2020)
We’ll return to the early 21st century on the Reventón, a limited-production sports car based on the Lamborghini Murciélago LP640.
The Reventón is primarily a visual update on the same Murciélago LP640 architecture. It’s powered by the same mid-mounted 6.5L V12 engine and can achieve a slightly better performance thanks to minor updates to the engine and the car’s aerodynamics.
This limited-edition Lambo’s design took inspiration from supersonic airplanes and served as the basis for the now-beloved Lamborghini Aventador.
It was featured in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered, from where we get this custom police version – perfect for use with mods like LCPD: First Response and Dangerous Individuals.
5. Lamborghini Urus TopCar Design (2018)
The Urus SUV was introduced relatively recently in 2018, and in this short time, it has become the company’s best-selling vehicle.
While the base Urus is an absolute beauty, the body kit created by TopCar design takes it to the next level.
It’s a daring upgrade that harmonizes perfectly with the factory design to make the Urus the best version of itself. It integrates a slight military edge that shoots the Urus’ cool factor to the moon.
4. Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO 2 (2022)
The Huracán has been around since 2014, but Lamborghini finds a way to make it just a little cooler each year.
In 2015, they introduced the Huracán GT3, which debuted in the 2015 Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup, where it scored a big win. In 2019, they upgraded it to the GT3 EVO, taking its horsepower from 520hp to 580hp and substantially reducing its weight.
More recently, in 2022, they unveiled the Huracán GT3 EVO 2, with a new aerodynamic kit and an upgraded intake system that promises to take its performance to a new level.
Along with this lovely track-focused version, you should check out the regular coupé version, and this GUCCI collab.
3. Lamborghini Countach LPI800-4
Old-timers among you might remember the Lamborghini Countach, an exotic rear-wheel-drive mid-engined sports car produced by the Italian brand from 1974 to 1990.
This is not that car.
The Countach LPI 800-4 is a limited production hybrid based on the 2019 Sián FKP 37, boasting a blazing top speed of 355km/h and an angular design reminiscent of the original Countach’s “Italian Wedge” shape.
Make sure you also check out the original Countach.
2. Lamborghini Centenario
In 2016, the Italian manufacturer went all out to celebrate the 100th birthday of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini by unveiling the Centenario – one of the most stylish Lambos ever made.
Based on the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, the Centenario is powered by a tuned version of the same 6.5L V12 behind the Aventador’s incredible performance.
Some of the main differences were rear-wheel steering, a new infotainment system, and aerodynamic improvements like a twin-deck splitter at the front and massive rear diffusers.
These aerodynamic improvements contribute to the Centenario’s characteristic look, making me and many other fans fall in love at first sight.
If you like this mod, you’ll adore the LSPD version too.
1. Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 LibertyWalk
Liberty Walk is known for its bold body kits featuring aggressive design capable of transforming almost any car into a work of industrial art.
The mixture of rivets and supersized body kits has the power to turn already cool supercars into the epitome of bad-assery. They might not be sophisticated, but they exude passion.
This Lamborghini Aventador is no exception.
More traditional gamers might prefer the regular Lamborghini Aventador.
You should also consider the Aventador SVJ Roadster for a more juvenile look.