A true running of the bulls happened in the shopping mecca City Centre of Houston, Texas.
A wide assortment of expensive Italian metal showed up shining on a Sunday afternoon. From every paint scheme, custom wrap, and added feature, you could see it all at the Houston Lamborghini Festival.
I was keen to eye a few Countachs myself, however, I didn’t spot one. I believe I left before it showed up, so that was a mighty bummer. However, the Lambos were lined up endlessly along the cross streets and the central area of the shopping center for the packed annual Lamborghini Festival.
Of course, I was eyeing a few Lamborghini Diablo’s clad in the expected spectacularly vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow. The Diablo model was run from 1990-2001 and with only 2,884 total produced.
This rainbow psychedelic Jackson Pollack-esque wrap around the Lamborghini Huracan was definitely a crowd favorite. The Huracan debuted at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. As usual, in the spirit of the Lamborghini tradition, it is named after a famous fighting bull. The Huracan shares the Gallardo engine, a naturally aspirated V10.
The whole pink and Louie V wrap isn’t for this tomboy, but undoubtedly I find the Aventador a sexy beast. The striking Aventador popped onto the scene at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show and has clear lineage with the limited-edition Reventon.
Want to do the running of the bulls Texan style? Well, be sure to attend next year’s Houston Lamborghini Festival!