Lamborghini Towing Capacity by Model

On this page you can browse the 47 Lamborghini cars, trucks, and SUVs across 1 unique Lamborghini models that we have towing capacity and payload information for.

Use the links below to see more details in the Lamborghini model you're interested in - sorted by year of production and then by trim.

How Good are Lamborghini Vehicles for Towing?

The Italian based auto manufacturer Lamborghini has a real pedigree when it comes to luxury sports cars and supercars. Officially owned by Volkswagen they have been in operation for several decades.

In 1963 manufacturing magnate Ferruccio Lamborghini founded the company that bears his name with the aim of creating a grand touring car to rival the likes of Ferrari. The initial models released in the mid 1960s include the 350 GT, a 2-door coupe with a 3.5L V-12 engine.

In the early years Lamborghini grew rapidly until in 1973 a global financial downturn caused a noted drop in sales for this premium automotive company. Ferruccio sold out and retired in 1974 passing the company off to Georges-Henri Rossetti and René Leimer.

The new owners would struggle on for a few more years with flagging sales and a lack of demand in high end sports cars. However in 1978 the company went bankrupt and was later purchased in 1980 by brothers Claude and Patrick Mimran.

Saved out of bankruptcy the Mimran brothers invested heavily in expanding the company bringing about a resurgence of the brand. During this period models such as the Countach and Jalpa were released. A series of ownership changes during the 1980s and 1990s eventually left Lamborghini in the hands of Volkswagen Group.

When you think of the name Lamborghini it conjures up images of sports cars that are low to the ground and high performance. So if this is the case can you tow anything with a Lamborghini? The truth is that most Lamborghini’s would be a terrible choice for towing and frankly it just wouldn’t be a good use of such a car.

There is an exception though in the form of the Lamborghini Urus which with the addition of an optional towing hitch can be quite useful. Setting aside the top speed of 189 miles per hour cementing it as a very sporty vehicle it can also tow up to 7,000 lbs. It probably goes without saying that hitting top speed and top towing capacity at the same time should not be a goal you aspire to.

There may be some other models such as the so-called Rambo Lambo or Lamborghini LM002 that could be used for some level of towing but this is something you should consult your dealership about. The power may exist in a Lamborghini to pull some weight but often they are not designed at all with this in mind so fitting a towing package may be impossible or at least hugely impractical.