When the Volkswagen Group bought Lamborghini, many believed that the Germans would end the automotive insanity the Italian brand had come to represent. Yet two decades later, the Italian company is as mad as ever with models including the Aventador SV and ultra-low-volume Centenario keeping the brand as desirable as it has ever been.
Least Expensive: After the success of the all-wheel drive Huracan LP610-4, Lamborghini introduced the Huracan LP580-2, a rear-drive Huracan with a slightly detuned V-10 engine and a wilder personality. It's also the least expensive starting, with a price under $250,000.
Sportiest: Using much of what makes the Aventador SV such a potent supercar including a V-12 producing over 700 horsepower, the Centenario is a celebration of Lamborghini's birthday and what's possible without mass-market constraints.
Popular: The Huracan is popular, but with an SUV on the way called the Urus, that unconventional offering might become a best-seller.
Most Expensive: It takes $1.9 million to purchase a Centenario coupe, with a convertible version going for over $2 million.