Is Lamborghini the best car in Europe?


Asked by Sep 05, 2008 at 08:27 AM

Question type: General

what is the best brand of car in Europe?

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No Lamborghini have a lot of engine troubles so dont get rated high, they are nice cars but it does asked the question what is the best car? I like Aston Martins but I wouldnt say they where the best either.


Yes, I think it is. In "Road & Track" magazine they had a special ultimate track test and it raced 10 different cars, the Lamborghini LP560-4 being one of them and they raced them all on 4 different tracks. The Lamborghini got 1st place over all, and they rated it 5 stars so I think it's the best car overall, not just Europe.


Lamborghini is best of its class for the track but Ferrari is better for drag races and long strips because they usually have a light V8 engine a rear wheel drive. That is why Ferrari is why a street legal Ferrari is worse than a Lamborghini on the track. If Lamborghini could make their cars better in drag races than it will definitely be the best European car company. But for now I like Ferrari more because of the looks.


Ah okay.Thanks for the information but I don't have an idea with that martins car. i don't see it yet.


Hey Kitty thanks for the information and I really like that car because I see it in the movie Goal 2 but I did not see it in actual.We don't have in here in the province.


Ah ok. Ferrari is great as well....Thanks for the information...


I have no idea what Jon is on about. Ferrari better for drag races and long strips cos they have a like v8 engine and rear drive? On street tyres, a lambo would be quicker in a drag due to its 4wd system and the more horsepower they usually have. On the road, the ferrari would have the edge through corners due to its lower weight, and slightly more track orientated suspension On a track, particularly tight ones, the Ferrari would be better, due to its lighter weight (better on tyres, better cornering, acceleration) and less prone to understeer that 4wd cars suffer from.


has anyone by any chance heard of cars like Pagani and Koenigsegg ??? now dont get me wrong Lambo is the od of allcars in my garage but it sure as hell aint the best european car around that is for sure !

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god of all cars ... not od !!!


100% agreed. I don't know what that other guy was on about


yes! thats what i like to hear coz i really like lamborghini.......


Um. I just said that the ferrari would probably be the better car.


well if you guys are going to bring those in why has no one though of MC laren F1 or Bugatti Veyron which is one of the fastest and yet very easily daily drivable hyper cars. And i guess that Porsche Dose not get any love come one what is more fun than a Porsche 911 gt3rs which beat all other cars mentioned so far on the TOP GEAR track except the Ferrari Enzo and only costs like $73,500 - $136,500. Also the BMW M-series cars.


No problem =)


i was getting worried until i saw those last 3 post. I thought you guys never heard of Koenigsegg, Pagani, Bugatti, Porsche, TVR, all of these are european's greatest cars, dont get me wrong i like lamborghinis also, but i jus prefer these car companies


o yea and ferrari :) lol


There is no "best" car in europe, or the entire world for that matter. Its up to whoever is asking the question to decide that. Lol. There are cars that can perform better than others and thats one way of deciding whos best, but in that case the honda crx that whooped the shit out of a lamborghini murcielago on youtube must be the better car. lol. type crx vs. lambo on youtube to see it.


Nah. Koenigsegg.


yea, but u can upgrade any car to make it go in a straight line better that a lambo. Its not that hard to make a drag car jus a huge engine and a heavy foot

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