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Lamborghini V12 Parade Sant’Agata Bolognese +video

Sat, 27 Nov 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Lamborghini V12 Parade at Sant'Agata Bolognese Back at the start of November we reported that Lamborghini were celebrating the end of the Murcielago after almost a decade of V12 goodness from Sant’Agata’s finest. Which was a bit of an odd time to celebrate, we thought, especially as Murcielago 4099 rolled of the line back in May. But the news – it transpires – was timed to coincide with a parade of the finest V12 Lamborghinis around Sant’Agata Bolognese to celebrate Lamborghini’s finest creations.

80 mph speed limit: Idaho and Wyoming poised to be next

Thu, 27 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Idaho and Wyoming could soon see 80 mph speed limits introduced to a number of highways, joining Texas and Utah as the states with some of the fastest permitted passenger car-driving speeds, KMVT-TV in Idaho is reporting. A bill in Idaho would see some sections of interstates go from 75 mph to 80 mph, and other selected highways go from 65 mph to 70 mph, which are probably speeds that drivers are doing anyway in remote and not-so-remote parts of both states. But the Idaho Transportation Department did not lend its support to the bill even though it is given the authority to implement it.

'We just did it': The story of the Viper

Thu, 29 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

With the public debut of the 2013 SRT Viper scheduled for the New York auto show, we've scoured the Autoweek archives to bring you some classic Viper stories from our past. For exclusive Viper Week content including the latest news as it happens, check out Autoweek.com/viperweek By Robert A. Lutz, originally published in Autoweek 10/5/98 The most famous Chrysler turnaround, the one fueled by the invention of the minivan and the K-car and supported by government loan guarantees, was followed by a second, less-celebrated escape from the brink of disaster.