Top 5 Lamborghini videos of Coach

Earlier this week, we published our UK review of Lamborghini new Aventador’s on YouTube, adding to a long list of motor Coach movies featuring cars from one of the country’s most exuberant manufacturers.

With this new arrival, we are reminded just how big Lambos can be on the camera, so we thought it only right to look back through our archives online and dig up some of our favorites over the years. You can find five of our choices below.

Lamborghini Aventador S UK review

Lambo is the latest supercar is a heavily reworked version of the existing Aventador with more power, sharper steering and a more adjustable character. The changes help to keep up with younger rivals?

Lamborghini Aventador challenges: will they jump?

Is there better evidence of the Bus as a consumer of the tips out of this? Uh, there are, no doubt, but that doesn’t stop us from answering a question that you want to now the answer: who jumps better Aventador or Aventador Roadster?

Lamborghini Aventador vs Porsche 911 997 GT2 RS vs Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG

Three poster boys of supercar-dom. Each with a different theme and very different powertrain, but all offer extremely fast performance in their own way. But which is faster? Launch control-flaunting SLS, razor-sharp GT2 RS or V12 bearing Aventador? Only one way to find out…

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 vs Lamborghini Murcielago SV

At the end of the last decade, these two were on the more hardcore things. The Murcielago SV, the predecessor of the current Aventador SV, was a wall-dos, 663bhp version of the Lambo 6.5-liter V12 supercar. The ZR1 has held a similar role and has been ranked as the 638bhp monster of a Corvette. We pit them head-to-head to see how they compare.

What happens to a Lamborghini Gallardo when you switch traction control?

Ever wondered what is the effect of electronic stability control systems fitted to modern cars? We did, so we decided to take a Lamborghini Gallardo – because, well, you know, and see how he reacts to a panic lane change at 70 miles per hour, with the ESP on and off. The results are eye-opening.