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Lamborghini Motor Cars

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Luc Sta Elena

on 9 April 2013

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Transcript of Lamborghini Motor Cars

Motor Cars by
Luc Sta Elena
Prateek Tiwana
Matthew Mendens Evolution of Lamborghini Supercars Lamborghini Motor Cars
Establishment In the early 1960's, Lamborghini had made their first car called the Franco Scaglione 350 GTV
1965-1966: Lamborghini pushed their limits and made a new car named Laborghini Miura
1974-1988: Lamborghini's best car was released it was called the Lamborghini Countach replacing the best-selling Lamborghini Espada
1988-1993: Chrysler took control of Lamborghini S.p.A
1994-1997: New Lamborghini's were made, one called Diablo selling over 209 models
2008-2010: Made 2 new cars called the Lamborghini Gallardo and the Lamborghini Murciélago
2011-present day: The Lamborghini Aventador and Reventon were made replacing the Murciélago Bibliography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamborghini http://www.lamborghini.com/en/home/ Batmobile * In 1960, it started in Italy as a tractor factory
*Ferrucio had owned Oscars, Mazeratis and Ferraris but was not impressed
* Ferrucio complained to Enzo Ferrari (founder of ferrari) about his cars
*Enzo told him to make his own cars
*By 1963, Lamborghini had gotten interested in building high performance cars http://www.lambonb.com/custom23.html First tractor made -
Lamborghini 22PS! Awards and Contributions * Awarded title "Commendatore (Doesn't say why)
*Knighted as "Cavaliere Del Lavoro” (Knight of work)
*No contributions Thank you
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