Lamborghini is named after the founder of the company, Ferruccio Lamborghini (1916-1993), who founded the company in 1963 when he was 47 years old. The plant is located in a small Italian village called Sant Bolognese near Bologna.
Lamborghini was a successful tractor manufacturer before he started making sports cars. He liked sports cars and bought them, but he saw some flaws in all of them, so he decided to create the perfect sports car.
The Lamborghini company went bankrupt in 1978 and was sold to Chrysler, and then bought by Audi.
The fastest Lamborghini of the Murcielago R-GT model has a top speed of 370 km / h. The smallest engine in the history of production of Lamborghini was the V8 (V-shaped eight-cylinder).
The first Lamborghini 350GTV was released in 1963. He developed a space speed of 280 km / h for those times.
The emblem of the Lamborghini golden bull on a black background was created based on the signs of Taurus and the sun, under which Ferruccio was born.
Lamborghini not only manufactures cars, but also a range of products such as perfumes, women's shoes and ASUS Lamborghini computers.