When you think "Lamborghini", your mind automatically get scared because it quickly reminds you of a car you could never afford, and on top of that you have yet to see one physically because you are not the kind to be at the posh places at the right times. And then there is the fact that this much car being able to be driven so fast, would leave you shaking like a leaf afterward, as you are an anxious person and certain things do scare you. But that doesn't mean you should not at least take a look at some pictures of this awesome monster car, and when it comes to monster cars, nothing is more of a beast than the Lamborghini Veneno. And you will see why in a minute, but first let me give you a little history and share with you what has been said 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.
Fact 4: Several of the newer Lamborghini models feature the familiar Lamborghini scissor doors that rotate up and forward on a hinge near the front of the door. The Countach, the Diablo and the Murcielago all have scissor doors, but the Gallardo does not. Both the Countach and the Diablo are no longer being produced, so the Murcielago is the only current model with scissor doors.
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.
Fact 8: Lamborghini used to be an independent company, but today it is a subsidiary of the German company Audi AG. Audi AG became the owner of Lamborghini in 1998. Lamborghini went bankrupt in 1978 and was sold to Chrysler a long time before Audi AG became the sole owner of the company.
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.
AND NOW FOR THE LATEST LAMBORGHINI MANUFACTURED:
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