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Company founder was born April 28, 1916.

Hemmings celebrates the 100th birthday of Ferruccio Lamborghini with an in-depth profile of the man behind the raging bull-badged supercar company.

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The Italian city wonders if cash incentives can curb pollution.

Will cash incentives be enough to convince Milan commuters to bike to work?

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Ducati transforms its XDiavel cruiser into a drag bike for the new DraXter concept at the Motor Bike Expo in Verona, Italy.

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Ducati will display three custom Scramblers at the Verona Motor Bike Expo that take inspiration from vintage racers and classic bikes.

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Milan bans cars in the city center for three days this week, trying to decrease air pollution. No rain, little wind have clouded the city in smog.

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The screaming engines from rented Ferraris prompted city officials in a Maranello, Italy, to pass new rules to limit tourists' ability to buy short-term test drives of the sports cars.

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Investigators in Italy searched the main offices of Lamborghini and Volkswagen for evidence of managers' knowledge of the VW emissions scandal.

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Video captured by a British tourist on vacation in northern Italy shows plastic trim pieces literally melting off of a Renault Megane wagon as temperatures reach record levels.

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This curvaceous Fiat 1100 Stanguellini racecar has been owned by the same family since 1955, and it was originally bought just to be admired in the garage.

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Jessi And Patrick Travel To The Birthplace Of Lamborghini To Open Up An Aventador On The Italian Countryside

The List's tour of Italy continues as Jessi and Patrick visit Sant'Agata Bolognese, the home of Lamborghini. While a museum and factory tour provide a brief distraction, our hosts are champing at the bit to hop behind the wheel of the 691-horsepower Lamborghini Aventador.

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Lamborghini is reportedly being offered as much as 100 million euros ($112 million) by the Italian government to hire 300 new workers to build the Urus crossover in Italy.

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Takes On Tesla P85D, Ferrari 458 Italia, Others

The Energica Ego electric motorcycle from Italy has just finished jumping through all the NHTSA and EPA hoops necessary to make it available to US consumers. It has also just faced down a handful of high-performance competitors in an informal set of drag races. You can see how well it stacks up against some formidable performers in the following video.

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Petrolicious shows you how to drive tastefully in Italy, covering everything from meeting the right people to driving the right car on the right roads.

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China National Tire & Rubber Company, a division of China National Chemical Corporation, is working to buy Italian tire maker Pirelli for $7.7 billion. Shareholders have accepted the offer, but it remains to be seen if the tender offer price of 15 euros per share will be enough.

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EV Has 3-Secont 0-60 Time, Single-Charge Range of 186 Miles

Italy's Egoista start-up has raised $100,000 in its crowd-funding campaign for an open-wheeled, plug-in kit car.

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French automaker and Italian motorcycle manufacturer partner for a unique take on the RCZ R, complete with racing livery, dropped suspension, bigger brakes, upgraded interior and 34-horsepower boost in output.

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An Italian bridge collapsed a mere 10 days after opening to traffic, leaving four people with minor injuries and government officials with plenty of questions.

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The Autodromo Nazionale Monza has been a mainstay of Formula One since its inception, but if it doesn't get the funding it needs, it could find itself in serious trouble - and lose the Italian Grand Prix in the process.

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Some European struggle to accommodate their current traffic volumes. Often narrow, bumpy streets are downright ancient, and not exactly laid out with efficiency in mind. We've seen cities across the Old World take different approaches to addressing this issue – London instituted congestion charging, while Hamburg is actively working to ban cars by the mid 2030s. Milan, meanwhile, is taking an all-together different approach.

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It seems that reports of Ferrari's relocation to London have been somewhat exaggerated. The past few days have seen more than a few stories on the legendary Italian brand's decision to move its tax base out of Italy, and now Fiat Chrysler is speaking out against the scuttlebutt.

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Fiat ads in the US try to play up the exotic, sexy side of Italian culture. On the home front in Italy, however, passenger-vehicle sales are marked by something less edgy and quite a bit more practical: the growth of compressed-natural-gas (CNG) powered car sales.

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