Lamborghini was founded in 1951 in Italy, but it was in 1963 that the manufacturer started to create prestigious sports cars.
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Lamborghini is a luxury car manufacturer of Italian origin that started its activity in 1948 in the agricultural machinery sector. In the 1960s, it was already one of Italy’s most important producers of tractors.
The founder of the brand, Ferruccio Lamborghini, would soon become a millionaire and among his whims were some luxury vehicles such as Ferraris.
The many problems he had with some of these units caused him to contact Enzo Ferrari to tell him of his discomfort, which led to a silly discussion from which Ferruccio Lamborghini then considered the idea of producing automobiles.
In the mid-’60s, Lamborghini already had ready its first sports car with which to stand up to the Ferrari of the time: the Miura.
During the first decade of existence, the company achieved enormous success with its models, but the economic crisis of 1973 and the oil crisis ended up bankrupting the company in 1978.
During the following years, Lamborghini passed from one hand to another until, in 1998, it ended up being part of the Volkswagen Group, a situation that continues today.
In its first ten years of history, Lamborghini barely sold 300 cars. It was in 1973 when coinciding with the oil crisis, Ferruccio liquidated his car and tractor factory and retired to the Umbria region as a wine grower, so he only dedicated a decade of his life to Lamborghini.
The Lamborghini family retained the rights to the name and a crest very similar to that of the manufacturer, including the bull, to sell all kinds of merchandising.
Since 1973, the brand underwent a succession of owners, including a receivership for being bankrupt between 1978 and 1980, who tried unsuccessfully to bring it out of the red.
Even Chrysler, which took over between 1987 and 1994, was able to push Lamborghini forward… Chrysler, however, provided the investment needed to develop Diablo.
Finally, in 1994, the Americans sold Lamborghini to MegaTech, a company owned by Tommy Suharto, son of the former Indonesian dictator.