Ferruccio Lamborghini had a great deal of success with his tractor company, Lamborghini Trattori. But the man also loved vast cars, especially Ferraris. But he wasnât satisfied with certain aspects of the cars and complained to Enzo Ferrari himself. Enzo, stubborn as he was, was offended. Lamborghini realized heâd be better off building the kind of car he wanted himself. And so, in 1963, Lamborghini set out on his own. After building V12-powered grand tourers, he introduced the Miura in 1966. The mid-engine car was a sensation, and Lamborghini finally upstaged his rival in Modena. The Countach, wild and wedgy, is the main aesthetic influence for the company to this day. The current lineup includes the Aventador, the HuracÃ¡n the Urus SUV, and several limited-run or one-off hypercars.
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