Learn how to draw a great looking Lamborghini with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Lamborghini drawing.
Lamborghinis are among "the fastest, most expensive, and sought-after sports cars in the world." Originally a tractor manufacturer, Ferruccio Lamborghini opened a car factory in order to "challenge the top-ranked Ferrari high-performance cars."
The first Lamborghini, the 350GT, hit the roads in 1963. One of the company's most famous cars is the 1966 Miura sports coupe, which could reach speeds of 185 miles per hour. The company would later expand to embrace sport utility vehicles, powerboat engines, formula one race cars, and motorcycles.
Today, Lamborghini is owned by Audi, a subsidiary of Volkswagen. Interestingly, the original Lamborghini Trattori tractor and farm implement producer is also still in operation.
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Cartoons about cars have been popular throughout the history of film, as have live-action videos. Lamborghinis have featured in films such as Cannonball Run, Speed Zone, The Dark Knight, and The Italian Job. They are also popular in video games such as Grand Theft Auto and Need for Speed.
Would you like to draw a sleek Lamborghini? This easy, step-by-step cartoon sports car drawing tutorial is here to show you how. All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Lamborghini
How to Draw a Great Looking Lamborghini for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Draw the car's tires. Draw two sets of circles. Each set should consist of one circle within another.
Easy Lamborghini Drawing - Step 2
2. A fancy car needs fancy rims. Draw the wheels within the inner circle of each tire. First, draw a small circle at the center of the other circles. Then, connect the two smallest circles in each set using short lines.
Easy Lamborghini Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the wheel well around each tire.For each, draw two short, straight lines extending from the tire, and connect them using a long, curved line. Notice that the lines at the front tire are angled up, while those of the rear tire are angled down.
Easy Lamborghini Drawing - Step 4
4. Outline the basic shape of the car. Use straight lines to construct an irregular parallelogram shape.
Easy Lamborghini Drawing - Step 5
5. Contour the car body. Erase part of the top line and rear of the car. Replace the erased portions with curved lines.
Easy Lamborghini Drawing - Step 6
6. Erase the front portion of the car's body. Replace it with a curved line.
Easy Lamborghini Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the roof of the car using a pair of long, curved lines.
Add More Details to Your Lamborghini Picture - Step 8
8. Detail the windows of the car using several curved lines. Then, use two "L" shaped lines to outline the car door. Near the front of the door, enclose a curved shape to indicate the handle. Then, draw an open parallelogram of three sides overlapping the back of the door.
Complete the Outline of Your Lamborghini Drawing - Step 9
9. Detail the front and rear of the car. Use curved lines to enclose the headlights and taillights. use additional lines to contour the fender and to distinguish the rear bumper.
Color Your Lamborghini Drawing
Color your cartoon car. Will it be sleek black, fiery red, or another impressive color? Then, check out our cartoon characters drawing guides to select a driver.
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