Five things you don’t know about Lamborghini


Some of the more exciting and fantastic cars ever made were produced by Lamborghini. The name Lamborghini means a great deal to sports car enthusiasts, it signifies luxury and high performance and a certain degree of unattainable status in that only very few people can actually afford them. Lamborghini cars have been featured in a number of movies as well as driven by a number of celebrities, they have achieved a certain level of status as the kind of vehicle that only the most descriminating people can drive.

Here are five things that you may not know about the Lamborghini car company.

1. The bull on the logo of the Lamborghini comes from the fact that company founder Ferruccio Lamborghini was born under the astrology sign of Taurus.

2. The first Lamborghini sports car produced was the Lamborghini 350GT, the total number of 350GT’s sold was 130.

3. Founder Ferruccio Lamborghini initially made his name in motor vehicle manufacturing by designing and producing tractors.

4. After , Lamborghini became a subsidiary of Audi which is also a subsidiary of Volkswagen.

5. From 1987 to 1994, Lamborghini was actually owned by American automobile manufacturer Chrysler.

There is nothing that can be done to tear down the Lamborghini name in the mind of fans of the finest in sports cars. The car company worked hard to develop its reputation as not only the maker of some of the finest high performance vehicles ever, but also some of the hardest to find as well. The market was never flooded with Lamborghinis and that has helped drive the interest in them to at or near the top of any sports car enthusiasts list of the finest cars available. Lamborghini will continue for many years to be at the front of the pack of high performance sports cars manufacturers.

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