How Much Does a Lamborghini Cost?

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Last Updated:  August 13, 2018

Founded in 1963, the Lamborghini brand has many various makes and model.  In the car market, this brand, in particular, is fairly high in price compared to other companies such as Honda, Toyota and Ford.

Lamborghini Aventador by Brett Levin Photography, on Flickr
Lamborghini Aventador” (CC BY 2.0) by  Brett Levin Photography

How much does a Lamborghini cost?

A Gallardo has an MSRP which can be anywhere from $200,000 to $230,000.  The price, like other cars, will depend on the features you want to add.  For example, the Gallardo has the “LP560-4 Coupe” which can cost about $200,000, and the “Spyder Convertible” retails for around $225,000.

A Murcielago, the more popular model, has an MSRP around $360,000 to as much as $455,000.  The Murcielago has the “LP640 Coupe” that retails for $355,000 and the “LP640 Roadster,” which retails for around $385,000.

Many Lamborghini dealers will also lease out their cars to qualified individuals.  Models, such as the LP560-4 Coup, LP570-4 Superleggera, can be leased for about $2,200 to $3,100 per month.

TypeLamborghini Prices (new)
2011 Gallardo LP560-4 Coupe$200,000 to $230,000
2011 Gallardo LP560-4 Spyder$230,000 to $250,000
2011 Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera$230,000 to $260,000
2011 Gallardo LP570-4 Spyder Perfomante$250,000 to $270,000
2011 Murcielago LP640 Coupe$350,000 to $375,000
2011 Murcielago LP650-4 Roadster$400,000 to $430,000
2012 Aventador LP 700-4$370,000 to $400,000
2013 Lamborghini Gallardo$191,900 – $248,000
2014 Lamborghini Gallardo$397,500 – $548,800
2015 Lamborghini Aventador$397,000
2015 Lamborghini Huracan$237,000
2015 Lamborghini Huracan$237,000
2016 Lamborghini Huracan$199,000

NOTE:  Prices based on the MSRP.  These prices can be significantly higher if premium add-ons are added.

YearPrice Range (used)
1964-65$40,000 to $90,000
1966$45,000 to $90,000
1967$30,000 to $80,000
1968$12,000 to $80,000
1969$19,000 to $125,000
1970$15,000 to $120,000
1971$12,000 to $200,000
1972$12,000 to $200,000
1973$11,000 to $80,000
1974$11,000 to $75,000
1975$12,000 to $80,000
1976$12,000 to $80,000
1977$12,000 to $70,000
1978$15,000 to $80,000
1979$30,000 to $69,000
1980$39,000 to $69,000
1981$35,000 to $69,000
1982$19,000 to $66,000
198320,000 to $60,000
1984$20,000 to $60,000
1985$20,000 to $80,000
1986$21,000 to $80,000
1987$22,000 to $80,000
198823,000 to $80,000
1989$45,000 to $85,000
1990$50,000 to $95,000
1991$45,000 to $90,000
1992$45,000 to $110,000
1993$87,000 to $130,000
1994$97,000 to $180,000
1995$105,000 to $180,000
1996$120,000 to $180,000
1997$120,000 to $190,000
1998$130,000 to $200,000
1999$160,000 to $300,000
2000$155,000 to $255,000
2001$155,000 to $210,000

Factors that affect the price:


With a used car, the condition is crucial.  Owners who have taken care of their car can demand a higher price tag.


Like any car purchase, the model of the Lamborghini will increase the cost.  As you can see from the charts mentioned above, each model has its own price range.


Used cars are going to cost less, but some older models can be considered antiques.  Anything prior to the 1970s may command higher price tags compared to models built in the early 1990s.

What are the extra costs?

With most cars, you will be required to get insurance for your car.  Car insurance prices will greatly vary depending on your location, age and more.  A website, such as Esurance, will help you find the best insurance quotes in your area.  Plan on spending upwards of $1,000 per month to insure this type of vehicle.

Like any car purchase, local registration and license plate registrations will be required.

Additional accessories and features can boost the price by more than $500 to $15,000, depending on what’s added.  For example, a rear-view camera can cost $4,000.

According to AutoBlog, special features, such as the sequential paddle shift transmission, can cost an additional $12,000.

Due to the rarity of some parts, older models may have very expensive parts if they were to fail.  A quora member stated most Gallardo members should be prepared to spend at least $6,000 in repairs annually.

How can I save money?

With most vehicle purchases, you will more than likely want to consider purchasing this car used.  A used Lamborghini can easily be 50% less than what you would purchase new.

If you decide that you want to purchase new, be sure to compare your packages as you will find that all the packages with the car are going to vary in prices.

Since many can’t pay in full, most dealerships can offer some sort of financing.  Also, consider looking for used auto loans if considering making a purchase used.

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