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Classic Auto Insurance – Not Your Ordinary Car Insurance Company
Legendary crooner Frank Sinatra once said, “You buy a Ferrari when you want to be somebody. You buy a Lamborghini when you are somebody.” Sleek, stylish and fast, the Lamborghini earns the label, “supercar.” So why would you consider trusting your “Lambo” to any ordinary car insurance company?
No “One Size Fits All” Policies Here
Car insurance for a Lamborghini needs to be as unique as the vehicle it covers. There are no “one size fits all” policies at Classic Auto Insurance. We know that each one of these luxury sports cars is special and has distinct needs. That is why we offer customizable Lamborghini Insurance plans that are tailored to each individual customer and their vehicle.
Agreed Value Not Stated Value
At Classic Auto Insurance we offer you Agreed Value coverage on your Lamborghini. Unlike other insurance companies who want to tell you what your car is worth, we will work with you to determine the real value of your car and write a policy based on that price. So if life throws you a curve ball and your car is totaled in a covered loss, you will receive the exact agreed upon value on your policy minus your deductible.
Classic Auto Insurance – Offering Peace of Mind at Affordable Rates
In addition to Agreed Value, our “Inflation Guard” provides an automatic increase in vehicle coverage every quarter, throughout the policy term, so you don’t have to worry your Lambo is underinsured. This is just another way we offer peace of mind to our classic car customers.
Flexible Plans and Rollover Miles Keep You Rolling Along
Choose from one of our three mileage plans -1,000, 3,000, or 6,000 miles- to tailor your Lamborghini policy to your needs. For example, say you plan to attend a number of car shows this year but only manage to make it to one. No problem. Classic Auto Insurance offers rollover miles from one year’s policy to the next. We understand plans change and we don’t feel you should lose miles just because you didn’t use them.
Roadside Assistance – Only a Call Away
One minute your Lamborghini is blazing down the highway then the next it is sitting on the side of the road. This is not your idea of a fun time. Never fear! Your Classic Auto Insurance policy includes nationwide roadside assistance with guaranteed flatbed towing. We are just a call away.
Never Challenge a Lamborghini
Agile, quick and exotically beautiful, the Lamborghini is one man’s dream of creating a truly elegant sports car. In 1963, Ferruccio Lamborghini started his company after his own Ferrari broke down. When he asked Ferrari engineers why his expensive sports car had the same clutch assembly he used on his Lamborghini tractors, they told him he was just a tractor salesman who knew nothing of sports cars. Four months later this multimillionaire tractor salesman (and master mechanic) released his first sports car, the Lamborghini 350 GTV.
Lamborghini – Cutting Edge
The Lamborghini is cutting edge style wrapped around an insanely fast car. These cars are rare works of art and engineering that need to be protected. Classic Auto Insurance understands this. Let us help you find the right insurance coverage for your needs.
The Beauty & Power of Lamborghini
When the Aventador was introduced in early 2011, it replaced the Murciélago as the company’s flagship car. Like all Lamborghinis, its name comes from Spanish bullfighting and honors a famous bull that fought valiantly in Northern Spain in 1993.
The Aventador’s engine is the company’s fifth in-house engine and its second V12 design after the 350GT’s 3.5-liter engine. Under the Aventador’s hood, there’s a 6.5-liter V12 mid-rear powerhouse that delivers 700 hp.
It has a single-clutch 7-speed automated manual transmission that’s faster and lighter than previous Lamborghini models, with 50-millisecond gear shifting. Lamborghini says it cuts through the terrain with “the world’s most emotional gearshift.” The car’s official top speed is 217 mph, but it has reached 220 mph in testing and can go zero to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds.
With the Aventador, Lamborghini gave a nod to a few nagging complaints from their customers. This car gets slightly better fuel economy than previous models and has the stability of all-wheel drive, yet still has its engine positioned in the usual desirable spot: in the rear, just in front of the axle. It also has a remote-positionable rear spoiler and other features that maximize handling and traction.
Design-wise, the Aventador has Lamborghini’s trademark scissor doors and an aerodynamic shape with as many body parts as possible integrated into a single shell, including the bumpers. The Aventador’s carbon-fiber hull is a custom design that can only be recreated a limited number of times using the original 8 molds.
The interior of the Aventador is like a jet cockpit clad in fine leather, featuring an array of dash gauges, joysticks, buttons, and screens that comprise Lamborghini’s Human Machine Interface. Inside and out, the Aventador is about as smooth, sleek, and powerful as a sports car gets.
After the Countach became Lamborghini’s flagship car and before the Murciélago did the same, it was the Diablo – the company’s first production vehicle to hit 200 mph. With its diabolical name and aerodynamic frame, Diablo exploded onto the car scene in 1990 to compete with other high-performance vehicles like the Porsche 911.
You might recognize the Diablo’s popped-up scissor doors and softly wedge-shaped body from the posters you saw on every teenage car lover’s bedroom walls in the 1990s. It’s one of the most iconic sports cars of all time. Interestingly enough, it arose during a tumultuous time for Lamborghini.
Shortly after the company was purchased by Chrysler in the late ‘80s, Lamborghini went through a design crisis. The Diablo’s design was already nearly complete, but Chrysler gave its sharp lines a thumbs-down and asked for something smoother and more futuristic-looking. The final body shape became an instant classic – and true to its devilish name, the Diablo came in hot colors like red, orange, and yellow.
The Diablo couldn’t just look good; it also had to be a truly powerful vehicle worthy of the Lamborghini name. At the time, it was competing with other supercars that were reaching 200 mph. So under the hood, Chrysler gave it a 5.7-liter dual overhead cam, 4 valves-per-cylinder V12 engine including multi-point computer-controlled fuel injection.
Not only could it hit 62 mph in 4.5 seconds, but it had comfort features with mass appeal: electric windows, fully adjustable seats, and an Alpine stereo system. By 1993, it came with power steering and anti-lock brakes, and soon you could add a remote CD changer, rear spoiler, or custom-fit driver’s seat.
Introduced in 2014, the Lamborghini Huracán was the first V10 vehicle to combine both direct fuel injection and multi-point fuel injection. It is mid-engined for excellent balance with a 5.2-liter Audi/Lamborghini engine that drives with 602 hp.
The Huracán has less drag and more downforce than previous models, allowing it to cruise through corners at high speeds. It was designed to be an all-out supercar that could go from zero to 60 mph in an unbelievably fast 2.8 seconds. It’s easy to see why it was named the 2014 Supercar of the Year by Top Gear.
But the Huracán isn’t just for driving circles around a racetrack. It has the power of a high-performance speedster combined with the gentle handling of a luxury vehicle, which appeals to car enthusiasts around the world. Top Gear called it the most “rounded, coherent car” Lamborghini ever produced, with a comfortable ride that still offers the “visceral thrill a Lambo should.”
In the years after its initial introduction, the Huracán offered options that gave everyday drivers a unique and customizable experience, like optional rear-wheel drive and a convertible body style. On the professional racetrack, the Huracán Performante beat the Porsche 918 Spyder hypercar’s record by five seconds. To the amazement of fans and professional drivers alike, it did a lap around the 14-mile Nürburgring Nordschleife race track 30 seconds faster than the Ferrari 488 GTB.
In 1966, Lamborghini introduced a car that was secretly designed by the company’s engineering team in their free time, despite the objections of company founder Ferruccio Lamborghini. He preferred the looming presence of grand touring cars and disliked the Miura’s low, race car-based design. Plus, he thought it would be far too expensive to produce.
But he also hated his rival, Enzo Ferrari, and the two had traded much-publicized insults over Ferrari’s dominance in the high-performance car market. So when a Miura prototype impressed car show attendees and thrilled the press, it became the company’s newest flagship model. That’s right – the Miura exists out of spite!
Not only did the Miura have a charmingly futuristic look, but on the day it was released to the public, it was the world’s fastest production road car. It could hit 60 mph in 5.8 seconds. Imagine gazing at a gleaming 1966 Miura that looks straight out of the motorsports world, but is available to the average guy.
The interior of the Miura was about as close to a professional racecar as anyone could get in a production vehicle at the time: a low-sloping windshield, a steel wheel, gauges spread across the dash, and two seats leaning back for speed. And for a nervous passenger, the ‘66 Miura had an oversized grab handle near the gear shift just in case the car was creeping toward its top speed of 180 mph.
Today, the Miura is widely considered the world’s first supercar. It was built with a 350 hp 4.0-liter Bizzarrini V12 mid-mounted engine and a 5-speed manual transmission. Like all Lamborghinis, it was named after a Spanish fighting bull – in this case, a bull that was known for being particularly ferocious and cunning.
If you had a million dollars, would you buy a Reventón? This extremely rare, limited edition vehicle was released as part of Lamborghini’s “few-off” strategy that falls somewhere between one-offs and the traditional limited releases of a few hundred or a few thousand cars.
Just 21 of the original 2007 Reventóns were made – 1 for the Lamborghini museum and 20 for the company’s VIP “friends and collectors.” And if you were a Lamborghini lover waiting for a lower-priced version of the Reventón, you were destined to be disappointed. Shortly thereafter, Lamborghini released the next version: a roofless, ultra-luxury Reventón Roadster for a whopping $2.1 million.
The design of the Reventón has been the subject of much controversy. Some call it a Murciélago in a fancy dress and others view it as a one-of-a-kind super exotic creation that couldn’t come from anywhere but Lamborghini. The original Reventón had oddly alluring details like programmable LED lighting, a two-toned synthetic suede interior, and a satiny grey exterior that looked like primer until sunlight revealed glistening metallic flakes hidden within the paint.
If you have the millions to spend and can find one of these rarities, you’ll get a magnificent sports car that blows your friends’ minds and blasts across the road like it was shot out of a missile launcher. Good thing it has Lamborghini’s carbon-ceramic brakes. The Reventón has a 6496 cc 6.5-liter V12 engine that goes from 0 to 60 in 3.4 seconds with a top speed of 210 mph.
Classic Auto – The Perfect Coverage for Less
Personal service is what we at Classic Auto Insurance pride ourselves in. We love exotic cars and know how much care they require. That is why we assist our customers in finding the perfect policy for their individual needs. Let one of our friendly representatives answer all your questions. Chat online or give us a call today at 888-901-1338 for a free, instant quote. Let us take the worry out of protecting your Lamborghini so you can worry about more important things like getting your “baby” car show ready.