We were just digging around the FCC’s website looking for juicy news when we stumbled across the FCC filings for ASUS’s Lamborghini phone, the ASUS ZX1. Could it be coming to the US? ASUS originally announced the Lamborghini ZX1 at Computex in May, and it claims the phone is “designed by racers, for racers.” Because race car drivers talk while driving, too. While most of the phone sports a car-like interface with a gauge-based UI system, the underlying OS is Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. Since it supports UMTS 850/1900/2100MHz networks, as well as EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900 bands, it could potentially serve as a 3.5G phone on AT&T in the United States. Other notable features include built-in GPS, WLAN 802.11b/g support, and a 3 megapixel camera. Whether or not we’ll see this on store shelves is still up in the air, but I have my doubts that a carrier would pick up a, likely expensive, Lamborghini flavored phone. Even if a carrier doesn’t choose to sell it, the phone may be sold as unlocked so T-Mobile or AT&T subscribers could buy and use it on either GSM network. Gallery, including internal pics, is below.