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Lamborghini’s bold aerodynamic designs and fierce naming conventions are marketing genius.
I mean, how can you forget a car with such aggressive & unorthodox lines, and a name like “Gallardo” or “Reventón”?
I learned the word “Lamborghini” before I even knew supercars were a thing.
And even now, the golden bull pops into my head whenever I hear a roaring car engine.
Owning a Lamborghini is a symbol of status. It’s a way to tell others that you’ve “made it” and are now reaping the benefits.
It’s time your Sims get a chance to show off too.
1. Lamborghini Miura Concept (2006)
The Lamborghini Miura Concept was unveiled in 2006 as a modern re-imagining of the original Miura shown at the Geneva Motor Show back in 1966.
Its aesthetics greatly resemble the original, but the technical aspects are akin to the Murciélago.
This car was made exclusively for display, and it’s a pleasure to look at from every angle.
At the same time, your Sims won’t have to feel bad about not driving it.
After all, the real one is sitting still at the Lamborghini Museum as well.
2. Lamborghini Urus (2019)
The Miura wasn’t put back into production because Lamborghini is focused on moving forward rather than looking back – and the Urus is a firm step in the right direction.
Whereas most Lamborghini vehicles are meant for racing and taking joy rides on under-regulated roads, the Urus is the ideal everyday vehicle.
It brings together style and luxury while also helping you drive the kids around, get groceries, or hit the road with some friends.
While it’s a shame that cars can’t be driven in The Sims 4, it might be a blessing in disguise with the 2019 Urus, which had to be recalled due to a fire risk.
No harm in displaying it in front of your garage!
3. Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 (2006)
When I hear the word “supercar,” the Murciélago is the first image to pop up in my mind.
Their first new design in over 11 years, the Murciélago brought the manufacturer out of hiding and started a long line of superb sports cars that would become synonym with luxury in the coming decades.
The LP640 was one of the first updates to the basic Murciélago.
It’s capable of outputting 640PS from its rear longitudinal engine – hence the name – and has a top speed just shy of 340km/h.
The only caveat is that the Murciélago is one of the least fuel-efficient sports cars you could think of.
Luckily that won’t be a problem in TS4.
4. Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante (2011)
Named after a fierce breed of 18th-century fighting bulls, the Gallardo is Lamborghini’s best-selling model and a bit of a mission statement for the company.
This car has it all.
It’s stylish with a design that seems like it’ll stand the test of time well into the future, and has the engine power to back it up.
The Spyder Performante update from 2011 was introduced as a convertible mirror of the previous year’s Superleggera.
It’s a little bit heavier, but you won’t notice the difference at speeds as high as 325km/h.
This is the ideal car for Simfluencers who want to show off their hard-earned social media cash.
5. Lamborghini Estoque Concept
If you’re interested in a Lambo with a unique look that sets it apart from the company’s main line of sports cars, the Estoque concept is the way to go.
The Estoque is a four-door sedan with a front engine – very different from almost every other Lamborghini car in production.
Its long design and luxurious interiors give it the look and feel of a limo, but its 5.2L V10 engine gives it the power of a Gallardo.
Regrettably, it never made it to market – but it’ll look fantastic as décor in The Sims 4.
6. Lamborghini Reventón (2008)
Before launching the famous Lamborghini Aventador, the Italian manufacturer tested some design elements on the Reventón, which may have the single best Lambo name.
This mid-engine sports car is just like a Murciélago LP640 on the inside.
But it looks more like an airplane on the outside.
The Reventón was an experimental vehicle for Lamborghini, and only 20 coupés were produced for sale.
An extra was manufactured for the Lamborghini Museum – and then there’s this one, which makes its way into TS4 to adorn the homes of the Sim 1%.
7. Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce (2015)
The Lamborghini Aventador was launched in 2011 as the company’s new flagship car.
In just five years, the company had built 5000 of them – and the numbers continued to rise.
Among other things, the Aventador inherited the Reventon’s stylish rear lights.
It also draws a lot from the Estoque, making the Aventador a crystallization of years of design, research, and development.
The original Aventador was fitted with the LP700-4 V12 engine, capable of outputting a whopping 700PS – but for Supercar lovers, that wasn’t enough.
In 2015 the SuperVeloce was launched, toting a theoretical max speed of 350km/h thanks to its improved LP750-4 engine, better aerodynamics, and lighter weight.
Its updated looks were also a hit.
8. Lamborghini Huracán Performante (2018)
One of the better-known sports cars from the Italian marque is the Huracán – the successor to the Gallardo as Lamborghini’s V10 offering.
Lovers of high-performance automobiles went wild at the release of the Huracán LP640-4 Performante, an updated version envisioned for track racing.
The bumpers and the side skirts are 100% carbon fiber, and an adjustable rear wing was added to stop the car from simply taking off.
This supercar’s massive power and sporty design make it perfect for the thrill-seeking Sim in your life.
9. Lamborghini Aventador J (2012)
The Aventador has been one of Lamborghini’s most celebrated models, and it has gotten more than its fair share of cool variants for automobile enthusiasts to discuss while watching Top Gear.
The only thing better than sitting at the wheel of the Aventador and hearing the roar of the engine is feeling the wind on your face as you approach its top speed of 350km/h thanks to the Aventador J’s roof-less barchetta design.
Just watch out, as even a fly could cause severe damage to your skin at that speed.
This car is perfect for the playboy Sim who likes being the center of attention.
10. Lamborhini Centenario (2017)
The Centenario is the prime example of a picture that speaks a thousand words.
This offshoot of the Aventador was produced by the Italian manufacturer to commemorate the 100th birthday of the founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini.
What a way to be remembered!
The Centenario showcases many new ideas for future Lamborghini vehicles, including a new infotainment system, rear-wheel steering for low-speed maneuverability and high-speed stability, and a ton of aerodynamic advancements.
It also looks so cool it hurts.
So waste no time getting it for your car-loving Sims.