The story tells that Ferruccio Lamborghini, the owner of a tractors’ company, decided to move to Bolonia, near Maranello, because he had an argument with Enzo Ferrari and wanted to prove that he could create the most stunning sports cars. Ferruccio installed his own factory in Sant'Agata Bolognese and started his project in 1963.
The car fans around the world could not be thankful enough for this decision Ferruccio made: if it hadn’t happened, “Murcielago”, “Gallardo” and “Diablo”, to name a few of the iconic models of the brand, would not have existed.
The main feature that has always identified Lamborghini is the exotic design. In fact, the philosophy behind this Italian company establishes that every Lamborghini must be recognized as such at the first glance, and that is quite a job for the designers. Sports cars are very extravagant per se but Lamborghini has managed to create a unique identity, the same way the major opponent did. We can say that Ferruccio accomplished what he pursued: to give birth to an absolutely original brand with a breathtaking aesthetics.
The latest models include Huracan, defined as faster than a time machine, Aventadorand special and limited editions like Veneno. The Lamborghini masterpieces are: Gallardo, Diablo, Countach, Espada and Miura, among others.