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Overall, Lamborghini makes capable cars at lower levels with its vehicles falling off in capability the higher the level is.
Lamborghini is generally midpack in terms of acceleration. It's clearly not a strong suit of the manufacturer.
Lamborghini is average in maximum speed, as well with almost all of its cars having top speed marks around the 50s. While good in C class, it leaves cars wanting for more in A class.
This is definitely Lamborghini's strong suit in lower levels, usually class leading or nearly so. In A class, it's nearly at the bottom with only American and Swedish vehicles being worse.
Braking numbers are extremely high on lower end models, starting at 81 on the C class Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, making it be at the top of the class going all the way down to a paltry 64 on the A class models.
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See also: Wikipedia:Lamborghini