Short about Lamborghini
Lamborghini is a sports car. The headquarters of Lamborghini is located at a small town in Italy called Sant’Agata Bolognese near Bologna.
Ten fun facts about Lamborghini
Lamborghini is named after the founder of the company Ferruccio Lamborghini.
The fastest Lamborghini car in the world (Murcielago R-GT) has a top speed of of 370 km/h.
In 1963, when Lamborghini was founded, it first manufactured tractors for several years.
The most expensive Lamborghini ever sold was the Lamborghini Reventon, for $1,600,000.
Many of the cars are named after Spanish legends.
The first Lamborghini was the 350GTV from 1963.
Lamborghini was once an independent company, but is now owned by Volkswagen AG together with Audi.
Most Lamborghini cars had a v12 engine except for the Gallardo, which has a v10.
The owner of Lamborghini first drove a Ferrari when he started the company, but the car had a constant nagging clutch problem which frustrated him to the extent of making him manufacture cars instead of tractors.
In 2007, Lamborghini sold over 2 580 cars which is the highest amount of cars they have ever sold in a year.