Sports Cars That Look Like a Lamborghini

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Sports Cars That Look Like a Lamborghini
Lamborghinis are high-priced cars. (Reflection in supercar door mirror image by Christopher Dodge from

Lamborghini is one of the most renowned auto and supercar makers in the world, known for its high-speed engines and distinctive models. The average price of its cars ranges from £162,500 to £0.8 million. However, there are similar sports cars available that share features of a Lamborghini, including the 2011 Audi R8, Ferrari F430 and Nissan GT-R .

Audi R8

The 2011 Audi R8 can be likened to a typical Lamborghini with its Motorsport-inspired design of cockpit and leather interior, meaning it looks and performs like a race car, with an unrestricted top speed of 187mph, rivalling that of a Lamborghini SuperVeloce. Among the exterior details are the aerodynamically designed front, body and side air intakes. These features help air flow to and from the engine, allowing for better cooling and performance. The 2011 Audi R8 start at approximately £95,875, significantly lower than an average Lamborghini model.

Ferrari F430

Ferrari is an established Italian maker of impressive sports cars. Every aspect of the F430 car was inspired by the engineering research of Ferrari's Italian Gestione Sportiva F1 Racing Division. The acceleration powers from 0 to 100km/h in four seconds and has a maximum speed in excess of 315km/h. Its indented side bumper design and tire measurements emulate that of a Lamborghini sports car. It is available in a variety of colours and priced around the £113,750 to £120,250 mark, making it more affordable while still being similar to a Lamborghini.

Nissan GT-R

The GT-R from Nissan is a more practical car, but still looks and drives similar to a Lamborghini. The car bears a large front bumper with a titanium and dry-carbon fibre exhaust to give an aggressive, but incredibly clean F1-like sound to the drive. Like most Lamborghinis, the GT-R is a two-door coupe, with a 3.8-litre twin turbo engine. Exterior changes to the 2009 version consist of a carbon fibre rear spoiler, grille and brake ducts, while the interior sees the removal of rear seats creating a more "supercar" look. At an average of £45,500, the GT-R falls at the lower end of the price range.

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