When people talk about cars with sex appeal, Lamborghini always makes the list. The Italian carmaker is responsible for iconic vehicles such as the Countache and the Diablo, both of which are instantly recognizable by decades of car fanatics. Few people realize, though, that Lamborghini began as a tractor manufacturer. It was only after founder and engineer, Ferruccio Lamborghini, had made a fortune on tractors that he decided to enter the supercar market. It took Lamborghini just one year to build his factory and roll out the 350 GTV: an instant masterpiece of engineering and design.
As with most top-end manufacturers, Lamborghini has struggled for profitability and changed hands many times as a result. In 1987 the company would change from a history of private ownership and be purchased by Chrysler. Chrysler, however, could not turn a profit with the supercars, and it passed hands privately, to be sold again in 1998 to Audi AG. Under Audi, Lamborghini produced the Murcielago, one of their greatest two-seaters to date.
Bullz-Eye.com Car Features
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May 1, 2012
The brash, loud and absurdly fast Lamborghini Urus will produce profit as well as power figures.
February 29, 2012
After profiling the new 2012 Lamborghini Aventador last year, we got the chance to photograph the stunning supercar.
February 21, 2012
We were invited by Lamborghini Palm Beach to test drive the new 2012 Gallardo, and it was the experience of a lifetime.
November 29, 2011
We joined the gang at the country’s biggest Lamborghini dealership for a supercar run featuring the new Aventador.
September 19, 2011
Lamborghini got plenty of attention at the Frankfurt Motor Show with several new vehicles and beautiful Italian models.
August 31, 2011
Nearly 50 years after the release of the first Lamborghini, the company has designed what may be its founder's dream car.
February 23, 2010
Check out our profile and photos of this spectacular 2010 Lamborghini Murciélago that has been customized by supplying it with exact replicas of the limited production Reventon options from Lamborghini.
Sites worth visiting
The Lamborghini page suffers from attempting to mix high design and high information. It’s cumbersome to navigate, but it does sport some cool features. The history page has links to key points in the company’s past, accompanied by original videos of Ferruccio himself.
Lamborghini on Wikipedia
The Lamborghini page at Wikipedia focuses on the company’s various owners over the past four decades. There is a short look at the revival of the brand under Audi ownership. Really, we just love the pictures of every model from the House of the Raging Bull.
Around the Blogosphere
Lamborghini at Autoblog
If you’re looking for information on the Miura Concept, you can bet our friends at Autoblog will have it. These guys do an incredible job of keeping up to date on all the news that is news from Audi and Lamborghini.
It’s often difficult to find quality blogs for top-quality brands. Maybe all the supercar enthusiasts are just too busy driving? Not these guys. They take time out to bring you the latest news from Lamborghini’s front door.
Lamborghini Club America
Lamborghini Club America has been serving enthusiasts in the US for more than 30 years. The club website is very simple, as the club is geared toward meeting up and enjoying the cars in person. Their forums are fairly new, and sparse, but the rest of the page and the thriving community more than makes up for it.
This is one of those community sites you can love. They have comprehensive forums, a garage to share your ride and view others’, and a clean site with unobtrusive ads. This is a great spot for any Bull enthusiast to hang his hat.
This forum is about as active as any exotic forum on the web. They feature model specific threads, a member’s garage, and a video gallery for every Lamborghini fan to enjoy. With nearly 12,000 members, this forum should keep you busy and answer any of your questions.
Murcielago Screams at 219
A recent YouTube video shows a speed run in a Murcielago in Arizona. While there is still speculation as to whether the video is real, authorities are investigating the “extreme violation” of the posted limits. While the video has been yanked from YouTube, it’s still live elsewhere and we would definitely recommend checking it out.
Lamborghini To Show At Pebble Beach
The Pebble Beach Auto Concours will be turning heads this year with a tribute to the GM motor parade of the 1950’s. The event will also showcase several Lambo models, and there are rumors of a limited edition unveiling at the event.
Genaddi Makes A More Functional Convertible
Aftermarket exotic manufacturer Genaddi has found a way to make your Murcielago roadster a little more useful. Their convertible top can fit under the hood of the supercar, meaning you can take it with if the weather turns sour. Just don’t tell your wife you payed $26,000 for the roof of your little love affair.