Supercar Blondie is living large on YouTube

If you love sports cars, you’re always hoping for the chance to drive some of the best. Well, what if your job involved driving amazing supercars and posting the videos on YouTube? If that sounds like fun, then you have to follow Supercar Blondie on YouTube.

Here are some fun videos from her channel:

Driving an Aston Martin DB11

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Lamborghini Bertone Miura Roadster

Here’s a photo of the incomparable Lamborghini Bertone Miura Roadster posted by Lamborghini Palm Beach on their Facebook page.

Lamborghini’s Miura is considered the most beautiful and arguably most desirable post-war sports car built for the road. A mere 762 Miuras were produced between 1967 and 1973.

Check it out!

  

Lamborghini Gallardo in quarter mile

Here’s a badass video from Underground Racing.

  

The Lamborghini Urus: The SUV that will change Lamborghini forever

Bullz-Eye.com reviewed the Lamborghini Urus!

Lamborghini swore they would never do an SUV. They brushed off rumor after rumor to the contrary. They even showed other concepts to throw people off the scent. But apparently, all their statements were a smokescreen because the newest Lamborghini is here . . . and it’s an SUV. Following in the footsteps of Porsche and every other luxury manufacturer, Lamborghini just released their very own luxury SUV, the Urus. Well, they released an SUV again, that is.

Although the Urus is a shock for those expecting another supercar debut, SUVs are not new for Lamborghinis. From 1986-1993 Lamborghini produced the LM002. Originally, the LM002 was produced as a military vehicle. However, after losing the account to AM General (also known as the producers of the H1), Lamborghini sold the truck to Sheiks, movie stars, and mental ward occupants.

The Urus is not related to the LM002 in the slightest, however. The LM002 was the right kind of crazy. It had a Countach engine, was barely drivable, and was a classic example of Italian lunacy at its finest. The Urus cannot afford such eccentrics. The LM002 was built with product first, business plan later procedure. The LM002 probably didn’t make any money but was just an expensive marketing campaign for the poorly managed Lamborghini at the time. But the Germans own Lamborghini now, and they don’t take kindly too the “all play and no work” mentality; just look at the friction between them and Greece, for example. So the Urus has been designed to produce profit as well as power figures.

Read the full review.

  

Aventador J Revealed

The normal Lamborghini Aventador has 690hp, all wheel drive, and is the automotive equivalent to a defibrillator. However, what if you’re the type of millionaire that wants something more unique and off kilter? You’re the type of millionaire that hunts exotic, wild beasts, pays to go into space, and may be clinically insane. Basically, you’re a modern day version of Teddy Roosevelt with a 6 pack. If this sounds like you, Lamborghini has just the car for you: The Aventador J.

Already sold for a cool $2.1 million euros, the J takes a “normal” Aventador and chops off the roof and the windshield, removes the air conditioning and navigation system to lose weight, and adds “Carbonskin” material to the seat. The result, Lamborghini says, is “an utterly indescribable experience of power and dynamics,” but that’s because you can’t say “batsh$t insane” in a press release. So if you want to know how it feels to be ejected from an F-22 at the speed of sound, buy an Aventador J.

The only one they are going to make is already sold, but something tells me it is in the hands of someone who is crazy enough to enjoy it.

  

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