Lamborghini For Sale

Used Lamborghini For Sale

Today, a used Lamborghini price is unanimously recognized alongside top-tier supercars. They are top tier, top of the line performance vehicles with cutting-edge designs that blow most other marques out of the water. Though a Lamborghini for sale may seem expensive, the precision of engineering and advanced design allows for them. And that is exactly what Ferruccio wanted to happen.

Born in 1916, Ferruccio was an entrepreneur with an eye for opportunity. After World War 2, he began his first business by reconfiguring surplus vehicles from the military, turning them into much-needed tractors at a factory outside of Bologna, Italy.

From there he built his fortune, becoming an incredibly wealthy man by the time he was in his fifties. It was at that point that he saw the sports cars for sale in existence, and decided that he could do it better. In 1963, he stole away some of the competition's top players and officially opened the doors of Automobili Ferruccio for business. The 350 GTV was introduced that November at the Turin Auto Show and a new manufacturer was officially born.

The 1964 350 GT was the first available car, with 120 examples created. Production increased to 273 for the 400 GT, also introduced in 1964, and the next year saw even more groundbreaking vehicles entering the world.

By 1966, Ferruccio’s company had officially changed the automotive world. The most iconic model ever created, the Miura, was introduced that year, and it redefined the way high-performance used cars were built. With a 3.9 liter V12 engine mounted transversely behind the cockpit, it offered near-perfect weight distribution and a five-speed manual transmission. Ferruccio remained the company’s owner until he retired in 1974, selling the company to two investors. That year also saw the introduction of the Countach. The name is an expression of astonishment in Italian, and the design was so revolutionary it remained in production until 1990. Powered by a revised V12, the mid-engine design returned to a longitudinal layout. The first model to feature scissor doors, they have been a hallmark of the brand ever since. Engine sized evolved from 4 liters to 4.7 liters and eventually to 5.1 liters in the Quattrovalvole (four-valve) model.

A successor to the Countach was to be released in 1991. Development of the Diablo began in 1985. Chrysler bought the company and all the Lamborghini dealerships in 1987 and revised the wild concept in order to make it appealing to the masses. With performance befitting such an evil name, the initial version made use of a 5.7 liter V12 rated at 485 hp and 428 lb-ft of torque. With help from Detroit, the Diablo arrived with more luxuries than its predecessors. The audio was by Alpine, with a separate subwoofer for bass. Power steering and power windows were also standard equipment. These features are what brought the brand into the modern era and differentiate modern examples from a classic Lamborghini.

Ownership of the company changed hands several times between 1974 and 1998, at which point it was purchased by the Volkswagen Group and placed under the control of their Audi division. The first car overseen by the new owners was the Murcielago. It reigned supreme for a decade, with 4,099 cars built between 2001 and 2011. It would be the last time a manual transmission would be offered on the flagship, as all good things must come to an end. It was succeeded by the Aventador which has spawned several concepts along with a Super Veloce model. Sending 740 horsepower to all wheels is not an easy task, which is why is feared and praised by the motoring world.

In addition to the twelve-cylinder cars, a new smaller car named Gallardo was introduced in 2003. Powered by a 5.0 and then a 5.2 liter V10, they were available in all-wheel drive and rear-wheel configurations. Production lasted until 2013 when it was replaced by the Huracan. As the Spanish translation of Hurricane, this powerful storm is the state of the art.

Though history is a tad shorter than most other luxury manufacturers’, Lamborghini types have rocketed to the front of the pack. The Italian Financial Services have made it possible for buyers to offset the cost of ownership with attractive financing and Lamborghini lease options, meaning the bull of your dreams is just a few clicks away. Browse through our listings and get in touch with one of our trusted dealerships today.

Used Lamborghini dealership and seller testimonials

I just spoke with my client, who bought the Pub's Choice for August, and he said that the car sold on the first phone call. The eventual owner had pictures of himself standing next to his Lamborghini with the original owner at the New York Auto Show back in 79. He sold the car for $65,000 and will be listing a car in the next issue.

Lamborghini Models For Sale

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2016 Lamborghini Aventador SV LP 750-4 Superveloce
$419,888 4,254 Miles

Mark Motors San Antonio, TX

2017 Lamborghini Aventador S LP740-4
$349,995 2,033 Miles

    This near perfect condition, super low mileage 2017 Aventador S, is still under factory warranty until July 2020. It’s 6.5L V12 puts out 740hp with a 0-60 time of 2.9 seconds. Being an update to...

2018 Lamborghini Aventador S LP 740-4 S
$429,888 7,150 Miles

    2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster  Matte Exterior Paint Color ($14,800) 20”/21” Dione High Gloss Black Wheels with a Diamond Turned Finish ($2,800) Visibility...

EUROCAR Los Angeles, CA

2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster
$389,000 6,000 Miles

    By private owner : 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster. Last of the big V-12 Superpower. A true masterpiece of sophistication,elegance,speed and performance. Midnight Black/Black with a...

2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superlegger
$234,988 2,500 Miles


Interstate Motorsport Philadelphia, PA

2013 Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Race Car
$249,995 10 Miles

    Factory Lamborghini Race car. This vehicle is track ready straight from Lamborghini. "NOT STREET LEGALl". Car has never been tracked. Delivery miles only. Great collection piece, this is one of...

OB Prestige Auto

2015 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Convertible
$349,999 3,084 Miles

    This is a pristine low mileage Lamborghini Aventador LP700 Roadster convertible, with extremely low mileage (3,084 miles), fully loaded with an original build price of $503k, not including the...

1970 Lamborghini Espada

    1970 Lamborghini Espada: Desirable Series II Car with Chrome Bumpers and Miura WheelsThis 1970 Lamborghini Espada is a desirable Series II car with chrome bumpers and Miura wheels. Currently red...

Gullwing Motor Cars New York, NY

2018 Lamborghini Aventador S LP 740-4 S
Call for price 4,500 Miles

Bentley Bugatti Lamborghini Maserati and Rolls-Royce of Chicago Chicago, IL

1996 Lamborghini Diablo
Call for price 1,260 Miles

    1996 Production, Titled in 1997 1,200 documented milesRed on Snowcorn, Red PipingOriginal paintConcours qualityAll original, serviced1 of 12 early production Diablo Roadster produced for USA market

Curated Miami, FL



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