Social media star, Taylor Caniff, who created his YouTube account in 2012 and posted his first Vine video a year later now has 2.1 million Vine followers, 2.3 million followers on Instagram, 330,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, and one very ugly looking "galaxy" Lamborghini Gallardo. Caniff had the Lamborghini wrapped at West Coast Customs and shared a video of him picking it up for the first time on his YouTube channel. Would you do this to a Lamborghini? Check it out below.
We're (almost) used to seeing rappers and other celebrities standing on top of their exotic cars but this is a first. Instead of Seattle Sounders forward, Obafemi Martins standing on his own supercar, he let his son walk all over the windshield of his Lamborghini Aventador instead. #SMH.
Bam Margera's Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster is now in the same situation as the Gallardo he purchased after the 2006 Gumball - it's being replaced. Although this time, it seems it's not going to be replaced with a car.
"A decision has been made. I'm getting rid of this thing. Because a wish of a dear friend is looking for a 58 black Beauty gibson. So I'm gonna find one."
It may seem extreme having to sell a Lambo just to buy a guitar, but considering Les Paul's 1954 Black Beauty Gibson sold for $335,500, Bam has obviously done his home work.
I'm seeing a bunch of headlines for a Lamborghini Diablo VT for sale that was once owned by Donald Trump. The rare Diablo VT is a beautiful color and is a very rare car but I really question if it's for sale and if so, why is it not listed on eBay or with a broker.
Instead it's being advertised so to speak on a new site "The Drive" which TIME Inc has recently launched. No one lists a car for sale via online blogs so it looks to me this is one big marketing ploy for The Drive.
Chris Brown's Lamborghini Aventador wasn't cutting it so he went out and picked up the "big boy" Lamborghini Aventador SV instead. The car is red for now but something tells me it won't be that way for long judging by his style.