Ten soldiers lead wisely will beat a hundred without a head – Lamborghini Centenario
Interesting Facts About Lamborghini 1. Automobili Lamborghini SpA is an Italian car company that manufactures luxury sports cars. It is headquartered in Sant'Agata Bolognese, near the city of Bologna, Italy. Lamborghini was founded by an Italian engineer Feruccio 1963. 2. Automobili Lamborghini SpA arose as a result of the competition between Feruccio Lamborghini and Enzo Ferrari (of Ferrari cars) that had already been known as a well-known manufacturer of sports cars. Ferruccio Lamborghini himself was an accomplished engineer; He was the owner and manager of a successful company, which produced agricultural machinery. Ferruccio loved sports cars and owned a Ferrari 250 GT. One rumor has it that two major designers had a conflict after Lamborghini had personally turned to Enzo Ferrari because of the broken connection on his Ferrari 250 GT. It is believed that quick-hardened Enzo recommended Feruccio to shop exclusively with tractors, and never even touch a sports car. Ferruccio Lamborghini took it as a challenge to solve to use their assets, experiences and passion to find a company that could go toe-to-toe with Ferrari. 3. This may come as a surprise to some of you, but Lamborghini never participated in any major motorsport competitions. According to the will of Feruccio Lamborghini, his company stayed away from racing, for the famous Italian engineer always believed the motor sport to be a waste of time and resources. 4. One thing that Lamborgini was always known for is its state-of-the-art design. Some of the best professionals in the industry, including Franco Scaglione, Touring, Zagato, Mario Marazzi, Bertone, ItalDesign and Marcello Gandini, worked on their visual design. 5. People tend to think of luxury and high-performance grand tourers when someone mentions the name Lamborghini. Nevertheless, the Italian machine has created some unusual models. Feruccio Lamborghini had extensive experience in manufacturing tractors, so it seemed natural for him to try his hand at designing a car with high terrain characteristics. Lamborghini LM002 was the first SUV, built by Italian vehicle manufacturers. Lamborghini LM002 was combined with high speed and luxury with exceptional off-road expertise in many respects before its time. In terms of comfort and ability to cross the difficult terrain, only Land Rover could compete with LM002. Unfortunately, the car market was not quite ready for the new luxury SUV. Therefore, despite orders from armed forces in Saudi Arabia and Libya, Lamborghini sold only 301 vehicles. 6. The Italian vending machine launched its first production model in 1963. With the top speed of 280 km / h, Lamborghini 350GTV was a leader in its production time. 7. The Italian company uses a very specific naming convention for its car models. Ferruccio Lamborghini was quite a fan of Spanish bullfighting. In 1963 he visited the livestock farm Miura in Seville. It was owned by Don Eduardo Miura Fernandez, one of the most famous breeders of bulls in Spain. This visit had a strong influence on the Italian industry. In fact, he was so impressed with the traditional bullfight that he made the decision to name all.