All Lamborghini Models Insured
Lamborghini is quite possibly the most famous supercar brand in the world. With its ‘hyper’ car reputation, the modern-day Lamborghini is becoming more suitable for regular driving than older models like the Countach. Our Lamborghini car insurance team will aim to get the best possible insurance quote for your vehicle and situation.
Whether your Lamborghini rarely leaves the garage or is a regular weekend driving machine, with its near unrivalled acceleration, specialist Lamborghini car insurance is a must have. With Keith Michaels at hand, you will find the best value Lamborghini car insurance on the market.
If your Lamborghini’s insurance is up for renewal, or you’re about to buy your first one, give us the chance to impress you with a competitive performance car insurance quote. Find out more about our performance car policies here.
Modified Lamborghini Car insurance
The House of the Raging Bull develops some of the world’s most dominant, exclusive and emotive cars. Aftermarket modifications enable you to take that raw performance to the next level. Our modified Lamborghini car insurance policies run alongside this and provide you with the most comprehensive and unique levels of cover on the market.
Our high net value policies are each under-written to give you the most tailored policy possible. Not only does this mean you can get the best price, but it also means you’ll get the most comprehensive cover.
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- All policies are looked at on their own merits to find you the best policy available
A Guide to Lamborghini – FAQs
What’s the cheapest Lamborghini?
The cheapest, used Lamborghini models you’re likely to find for sale include early 2000 Gallardos and Murcielagos with mileage around the 30-40k mark (which is high for a prestige brand like Lamborghini). If you’re lucky, you might spot one for sale just under £100,000.
What’s the fastest Lamborghini?
In terms of 0-60 times, the 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante is currently the fastest accelerating car with a time of 2.3 seconds. However, when it comes to top speed, the 2013 Lamborghini Veneno and the 2008 Lamborghini Reventon are at the top, with a max speed of 221mph.
Are Lamborghinis reliable?
Italian supercars may be known for their head-turning looks and unparalleled performance, but one thing they’re not known for their reliability. Despite this, Lamborghini certainly saw an improvement in build quality and reliability once they were bought by Audi in 1998.
Do Lamborghinis hold their value?
Special edition Lamborghinis are more likely to hold their value than more mainstream models. Though they will depreciate, as most supercars do, they are unlikely to go below 50% of the original price.