Ferruccio Lamborghini, born as a family of grape farmers, was more interested in mechanics than growing crops. II. After a while in the Italian Royal Air Force during World War II, when he started building tractors to work the fields, he melted his family's passion for his business. Lamborghini's innovations were a great success, and soon they were rich enough to meet the peak of automotive engineering: a Ferrari. But he quickly found problems with the tool he wanted to address il Commendatore himself, Enzo Ferrari.
In 1962, Lamborghini went to the factory in Maranello and told Ferrari that his clutch was not correct. Is Ferrari's rumor rotten? Somewhere along the lines: “The car is good. You don't know how to drive. Censer Lamborghini has promised to make a perfect car, much better than Ferrari. One year later, Cars Lamborghini Established in Sant’Agata Bolognese. What emerged from this assembly line will make the automotive world better forever. Here are 12 interesting facts about Lamborghini.
Lamborghini's logo has a charging bull, double meaning
Ferruccio was born on April 28, 1916 and gave him a bull showing the Taurus signs. Moreover, Ferruccio was a big fan of Spanish bullfighting, so the logo captured the moment before the monster spread.
Ferruccio Lamborghini's first car becomes 350 GTV prototype
Introduced under the banner of Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini, the 3.5-liter V-12 engine coupe had a power train designed by the famous Giotto Bizzarrini. While "350" represents the displacement of the engine, "GT" said it was a big tour. The V? Italian meant "Veloce", which means "fast". Unfortunately, it was never finished as a drivable car because the body panels would not fit in the engine. Lamborghini continued to create its first mass-market vehicle, the 350 GT in 1964. A total of 120 samples were made.
In 1966, the striking Miura appeared as Lamborghini's first supercar
When Marque launched the Miura at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, it really landed on the map. The mid-engine machine was designed by Bertone and fewer than 770 units were built between 1966 and 1973. Meanwhile, Miura was the name of a famous Spanish bullfighter.
Urraco debuts when Miuras' production run ends
Turned into a “little bull”, Urraco is a historically important model 2 + 2 sports car. Not because it is super strong or performance-oriented (Urraco has been maximized with a good 3.0-liter V-8 for 247 hp), but since it launched a “more affordable” Lamborghinis series. Urraco's successor was Silhouette, then Jalpa, then Gallardo, and finally Huracán, a model that is still being sold.
Huracán sold as much as Gallardo, but half time
Gallardo, 14.022. It took ten years before the vehicle left the assembly line in 2013. Just five years after the model line started, the same number of Huracan was created.
The latest Huracán variant Evo thinks the driver a lot
Huracán Evo boasts a clean first: Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata. This predictive technology measures all aspects of the car's behavior while entering the vehicle's ECU and checking all aspects of the car's behavior. This helps to predict the driver's next move, and the vehicle can instantly change its setup to provide an excellent dynamic response.
Huracán Performante is your favorite feature
At this setting, the 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V-10 provides 631 hp and 443 ft lbs of twist, a pleasant increase from the LP210-4 Huracán base to 602 hp and 413 ft lbs. It accelerates from zero to 60 mph, less than 2.9 seconds and to 202 mph. Huracán Performante broke the Nürburgring-Nordschleife tour record at 6: 52 in 2017. (For reference, Porsche 918 ran on Spyder 6: 57 and returned in Lamborghini's own Aventador 6: 59.)
Actually there is Huracán Polizia version
The Italian Highway Patrol uses a Huracán with a police badge and a light bar on the motorways in and around Bologna. The tool is also used when the blood or human organs need to be transported urgently and quickly. There is another Huracán also used by the road patrol section of Rome.
Aventador SVJ, the biggest bull in Lamborghini's ring
Aventador, the successor of Murciélago, has a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V-12 that will awaken the dead. There are 690 horses and 509 ft lbs of torque, which is enough to allow the Aventador to accelerate to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds or less. But step into SVJ and everything is going crazy. These letters mean "Super Veloce Jota" or Super Fast Race Car, because Jota refers to a race class in the J annex of the FIA. Only 900 units were promised.
Aventador SVJ holds the Nürburgring-Nordschleife tour record set in 2018
Aventador SVJ contains tons of weight-saving carbon fiber and titanium to help keep it lightweight. In addition, its engine is tuned to 759 horsepower and 531 ft lbs of torque, so the car can reach 60 mph in less than 2.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 219 mph. He made the best use of Porsche's 911 GT2 RS in Nürburgring-Nordschleife and gave a scorching 6:44 lap time – a record that remains today.
Lamborghini's best selling SUV
With a versatile chassis and adaptive suspension, Urus can solve everything from snow to sand, to a fully developed race track. He debuted in 2017 and became an instant hit. In 2019, the first year of full market presence, Lamborghini's SUV sold 5,000 units and increased the overall global sales of the brand by 43 percent compared to the previous year. Under the hood is a modified version of the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 of the Audi tuned to 641 hp for Urus.
When debuted, there was a V-10 in the Urus concept
Urus was first shown at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, and engineers borrowed a 5.2-liter V-10 from Gallardo. It was theoretically rated as 592 hp and had a four-wheel drive system. Sharp lines and angles on the outer fairing nodded the company's flagship Aventador.