Frequent Asked QuestionsWhat brand of tyres do Lamborghini use?
Lamborghini have used many tyres for original fitment over the years. For example, the Lamborghini Huracan is originally equipped with Bridgestone Potenza Sport and Potenza Race tyre models.
The size of Lamborghini tyres will vary based on car models. Tyre sizes can range from 355/35 R19 to 285/35 R23. To check your specific model's available tyre size, enter your registration online.
Lamborghini cars can come with originally fitted run flat tyres, dependent on the model that Lamborghini choses to equip run flats on. We recommend to check your vehicle handbook if you are unsure on if your Lamborghini vehicle is fitted with run flat tyres or not. To search for specific tyre models and sizes to suit your Lamborghini model, enter your registration into Blackcircles.com registration search tool.
The recommended tyre pressure for your Lamborghini depends on the model and tyre size. Ensure accuracy by checking the owner's manual or the label on the door jamb.
To reset the TPMS on your Lamborghini, begin by ensuring that your tyres are inflated to the recommended level. Locate the TPMS reset button, typically positioned below the steering wheel. You can also access the reset option through the vehicle's onboard system, available in the car's settings. Press and hold the reset button or select the reset option in the system. Wait for a confirmation message to appear, indicating the successful TPMS reset. For specific instructions on your Lamborghini model, consult your vehicle's handbook.
Lamborghini is a luxury and high-performance brand, and when looking at tyre prices, you will find that they fall into the premium to high-end range. Given the high-performance nature and requirements of Lamborghini vehicles.
The terms "Lamborghini tyres" and "Lamborghini tires" are essentially interchangeable and both refer to the rubber coverings for Lamborghini vehicles' wheels. The spelling variation is based on regional differences. In America, the term "Lamborghini Tires" is commonly used, whereas in Great Britain, "tyres" is the preferred spelling.