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Lamborghini

Italian manufacturer of luxury sportscars which is part of Volkswagen Group through its subsidiary Audi add

Category: Business (14)

Founded in 1947.

Countries: (25%), Italy (19%), United States (13%)

Main connections: Lamborghini Murcielago, Lamborghini Gallardo, Lamborghini Aventador

Linked to: Chrysler, Formula One, Ferrari, Gruppo Bertone

 

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1947

The Islero was named for the Miura bull that killed the famed bullfighter Manolete in 1947 add something


1958

He purchased his first Ferrari, a 250GT, in 1958, and went on to own several more add something


1960

Gruppo Bertone - The end of the 1960s saw the beginning of the partnership with Ferruccio Lamborghini that was destined to make history in the car world


1961

Autostar was led by Giotto Bizzarrini, a member of the "Gang of Five" of & Ferrari engineers, who had been responsible for creating the famous Ferrari 250 GTO, but left the company in 1961 after founder Enzo Ferrari announced his intention to reorganize the engineering staff add something


1962

In 1962, Ferruccio Lamborghini visited the Seville ranch of Don Eduardo Miura, a renowned breeder of Spanish fighting bulls add something

 

Jo Ramirez - When Rodríguez died in a racing crash in the Mexican GP in 1962, Ramírez took a job in Maserati first and later in Lamborghini's as a mechanic of their new line of high performance road cars


1963

A. in 1963 with the objective of producing a refined grand touring car to compete with offerings from established marques such as Ferrari add something

 

A. in 1963, was the child of viticulturists living in Renazzo di Cento, Province of Ferrara, in the Northern Italy's Emilia-Romagna region add something

 

Lamborghini designed and built the Lamborghini 350GTV in only four months, in time for an October unveiling at the 1963 Turin Motor Show add something

 

Throughout its history, Lamborghini has envisioned and presented a variety of concept cars, beginning in 1963 with the very first Lamborghini prototype, the 350GTV add something

 

V12 engine - Ferrari's closest rival, Lamborghini has used the V12 configuration for many of its road cars since the company's inception in 1963

 

Ferruccio Lamborghini - In 1963, he most famously created Automobili Lamborghini, a maker of high-end sports cars in Sant'Agata Bolognese

 

Giotto Bizzarrini - The engine was first shown in the Lamborghini 350GTV prototype in 1963 and was first manufactured for use in the 350GT in 1964

 

A. was officially incorporated on 30 October 1963 add something


1964

The completed design debuted at the 1964 Geneva Motor Show, once again garnering positive reviews from the press add something


1965

During 1965, Dallara, Stanzani, and Wallace invested their personal time into the development of a prototype car that they envisioned as a road car with racing pedigree, capable of winning on the track as well as being driven on the road by enthusiasts add something

 

In 1965, Gian Paolo Dallara made improvements to the Bizzarrini V12, increasing its displacement to 3,9 litres, and its power output to at 6,500 rpm add something

 

The car's rolling chassis, featuring an unusual transversely mounted mid-engine layout, was displayed at the Turin Salon in 1965, impressing showgoers add something

 

V12 engine - From 1965 to 1980, Ferrari, Weslake, Honda, BRM, Maserati, Matra, Delahaye, Peugeot, Delage, Alfa Romeo, Lamborghini, and Tecno used 12-cylinder engines in Formula One, either V12 or flat-12


1966

A version with bodywork styled by Bertone was finished only days before its debut at the 1966 Geneva motor show add something

 

By end of 1966, the workforce at the Sant'Agata factory had expanded to 300, and enough deposits were made by prospective buyers to begin final development on the Miura in 1967 add something

 

Lamborghini gained wide acclaim in 1966 for the Miura sports coupé, which established rear mid-engine, rear wheel drive as the standard layout for high-performance cars of the era add something

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - It was the first design penned by Lamborghini design chief, Walter de'Silva, and commemorated the 40th anniversary of the 1966 introduction of the original Miura in Geneva

 

Gruppo Bertone - The first vehicle to come out of this was the Lamborghini Miura, which presented at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, which reinvented the high performance coupé design concept


1967

Other famous models include Bertone's 1967 Marzal, 1974 Bravo, and 1980 Athon, Chrysler's 1987 Portofino, the Italdesign-styled Cala from 1995, the Zagato-built Raptor from 1996 add something

 

The favorable reaction to the P400 at Geneva led Lamborghini to slate the car for production by 1967, under the name Miura add something


1968

At the 1968 Brussels auto show, the automaker unveiled the Miura P400 Roadster , an open-top version of the coupé add something

 

It failed to attract buyers, with only 125 cars produced between 1968 and 1969 add something

 

In August 1968, Gian Paolo Dallara, frustrated with Ferruccio Lamborghini's refusal to participate in motorsport, was recruited away from Sant'Agata to head the Formula One programme at rival automaker De Tomaso in Modena add something


1969

In 1969, Automobili Lamborghini encountered problems with its fully unionized work force, among which the machinists and fabricators had begun to take one-hour token stoppages as part of a national campaign due to strained relations between the metal workers' union and Italian industry add something

 

The car that resulted from the collaboration was debuted at the 1969 Geneva show with the name Espada, powered by a 3,9-litre, front-mounted evolution of the factory's V12, producing add something


1970

Bob Wallace immediately began road testing and development; the car was to be presented at the 1970 Turin motor show add something

 

By the time the Jarama was unveiled at the 1970 Geneva show, Paulo Stanzani was at work on a new clean-sheet design, which would use no parts from previous Lamborghini cars add something

 

In 1970, Lamborghini began development of a replacement for the Miura, which was a pioneering model, but had interior noise levels that Ferruccio Lamborghini found unacceptable and nonconforming to his brand philosophy add something

 

Lamborghini Aventador - However, during an interview with designer Filippo Perini, it was revealed that the 'J' actually stands for Jota, in reference to a 1970s one off Lamborghini Miura Jota, which conformed to the FIA's Appendix J regulations

 

BMW M1 - In the late 1970s, Italian manufacturer Lamborghini entered into an agreement with & BMW to build a production racing car in sufficient quantity for homologation, but conflicts arose that prompted BMW to produce the car themselves


1971

In 1971, Lamborghini's tractor company, which exported around half of its production, ran into difficulties add something

 

The car shown as the LP 500 in 1971 entered production in 1974 as the Countach LP 400, powered by a smaller, 4,0-litre V12 add something

 

The car that was presented was debuted at the 1971 Geneva Motor Show, alongside the final revision of the Miura, the P400 "SuperVeloce" add something


1972

Development at the automaker slowed; the production version of the LP 500 missed the 1972 Geneva Show, and only the P400 GTS version of the Jarama was on display add something

 

In 1972, Lamborghini sold his entire holding in Trattori to SAME, another tractor builder add something


1973

The firm's ownership changed three times after 1973, including a bankruptcy in 1978, before Chrysler Corporation took control in 1987 add something

 

Gruppo Bertone - The partnership with & Lamborghini led to the development of the Lamborghini Espada which by 1973 was known as the worlds fastest 4 seater

 

Gruppo Bertone - These included the 1973 Series 3 version of the Lamborghini Espada which redesigned the dashboard configuration


1974

The first production model was delivered in 1974 add something

 

Fuel injection - K-Jetronic was used for many years between 1974 and the mid-1990s by BMW, Lamborghini, &Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Ford, Porsche, Audi, Saab, DeLorean, and Volvo

 

Lamborghini Countach - The "' & Lamborghini Countach"' is a mid-engined supercar that was produced by Italian automaker Lamborghini from 1974 to 1990


1975

Lamborghini Countach - In 1975, Walter Wolf, a wealthy Canadian businessman and owner of the Wolf F1 Racing team in the 1970s, purchased an LP 400; however, he was not satisfied with the LP 400's engine and asked Gianpaolo Dallara, the chief engineer of Lamborghini at that time, to create a special high-power version of the Countach


1976

In 1976, the Urraco P300 was reworked into the Silhouette, featuring a Targa top and a 3-litre V8 add something


1977

In the 1977 Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini unveiled its first prototype military vehicle, the "Cheetah", powered by a rear-mounted Chrysler V8 engine add something


1978

As the years passed, Lamborghini's situation worsened; the company entered bankruptcy in 1978, and the Italian courts took control add something

 

BMW M1 - Originally, & BMW commissioned & Lamborghini to work out the details of the car's chassis, assemble prototypes and manufacture the vehicles, but Lamborghini's financial position meant that BMW reassumed control over the project in April 1978, after seven prototypes were built

 

BMW contracted with Baur to produce the car, which BMW named the M1, delivering the first vehicle in October 1978 add something


1980

In the 1980s, Lamborghini developed the QVX for the 1986 Group C championship season add something


1982

The Countach was hampered by its lack of direct participation in the American market until the LP 500S version, released in 1982 add something

 

The Countach was updated, finally allowing it to be sold in the U.S. with the release of the LP 500S model in 1982 add something


1984

A Countach Quattrovalvole, producing , was released in 1984; further work on the failed Cheetah project resulted in the release of the Lamborghini LM002 sport utility vehicle in 1986 add something

 

By 1984, the company was officially in the hands of the Mimrans add something


1986

Lamborghini were looking toward the future, displaying the Countach Evoluzione, a prototype supercar completely made of carbon fiber, to the international press in 1986 add something

 

The QVX competed in only one race, the non-championship 1986 Southern Suns 500 km race at Kyalami in South Africa, driven by Tiff Needell add something

 

Irizar - From 1986 to 1993, apart from coaches, the Irizar factory produced the bodywork and interior of the Lamborghini LM002 luxury off-road vehicle


1987

By the end of 1987, Emile Novaro had returned from his long recovery, and used his authority to halt Chrysler's increasing interference in the development of the Diablo add something

 

Mauro Forghieri - After leaving Ferrari in 1987, Forghieri joined Lamborghini Engineering, a department created by Lee Iacocca, the CEO of Chrysler, who had bought the Emilian car firm Lamborghini

 

Cizeta-Moroder V16T - However, in 1987 when Chrysler obtained controlling interest in Lamborghini, their design team "softened" the edges and generally modified Gandini's original design, leaving Gandini famously unimpressed

 

Chrysler Concorde - The Navajo's exterior design was reworked and became the Lamborghini Portofino, released as a concept at the 1987 Frankfurt Auto Show

 

Dodge Intrepid - The Navajo's exterior design was reworked and became the Lamborghini Portofino, released as a concept at the 1987 Frankfurt Auto Show

 

Chrysler LHS - The Navajo's exterior design was reworked and became the Lamborghini Portofino, released as a concept at the 1987 Frankfurt Auto Show

 

Chrysler New Yorker - The Navajo's exterior design was reworked and became the Lamborghini Portofino, released as a concept at the 1987 Frankfurt Auto Show

 

Eagle Vision - The Navajo's exterior design was reworked and became the Lamborghini Portofino, released as a concept at the 1987 Frankfurt Auto Show

 

Chrysler Concorde - The appearance, still based on the cab forward exterior design of the 1987 Lamborghini Portofino concept, with its aerodynamic shape, made for little wind noise inside this large car

 

Eagle Vision - The appearance, still based on the cab forward exterior design of the 1987 Lamborghini Portofino concept, with its aerodynamic shape, made for little wind noise inside this large car

 

Chrysler LHS - The general LH appearance, still based on the cab forward exterior design of the 1987 Lamborghini Portofino concept, with its aerodynamic shape, made for little wind noise inside this large car

 

Chrysler New Yorker - The general LH appearance, still based on the cab forward exterior design of the 1987 Lamborghini Portofino concept, with its aerodynamic shape, made for little wind noise inside this large car


1988

Pagani Automobili S.p.A. - Horacio Pagani, who formerly managed Lamborghini's composites, founded Pagani Composite Research in 1988

 

Lamborghini Jalpa - In 1988, after falling sales, the new owners, Chrysler, decided to end Jalpa production despite being Lamborghini's most successful V8 car to date having sold 410 units

 

In April 1988, the Bertone Genesis, a "Quattrovalvole" V12-powered, Lamborghini-branded vehicle resembling a minivan was debuted at the Turin motor show add something

 

The Diablo had been intended for release in time for September 1988, when Lamborghini would celebrate its 25th anniversary; once it was clear that mark would be missed, a final version of the Countach was rushed into production instead add something


1989

Lamborghini was an engine supplier in Formula One between the 1989 and 1993 Formula One seasons add something

 

Larrousse - The team did a deal to run Lamborghini V12 engines in 1989

 

Lola Cars - They attracted Lamborghini V12 power for 1989 and once the Chris Murphy-designed car was on stream, scored some good results with Éric Bernard and Aguri Suzuki


1990

Lack of success continued through the 1990s, until Mycom Setdco and V'Power sold Lamborghini to the AUDI AG subsidiary of Volkswagen Group on 27 July 1998 add something

 

Derek Warwick - For the 1990 season, 4 years after Senna's veto, Warwick finally drove for Lotus who in 1990 would be using the Lamborghini V12 engine

 

Audi Rosemeyer - It was ultimately deemed unfit for production, both because of extremely high projected production costs, and Audi's unwillingness to create in-house competition with Lamborghini, which Audi had purchased during the 1990s

 

Lamborghini Countach - The Anniversary was produced through 1990 when it was replaced by the Lamborghini Diablo

 

Lamborghini Diablo - The "' & Lamborghini Diablo"' is a high-performance mid-engined sports car that was built by Italian automaker Lamborghini between 1990 and 2001


1991

Chrysler aimed to produce a car to compete with the Ferrari 328 by 1991, and wanted the Italians to produce an engine that could be used in a Chrysler car for the American market add something

 

In late 1991, a Lamborghini Formula One motor was used in the Konrad KM-011 Group C sports car, but the car only lasted a few races before the project was canceled add something

 

Eric van de Poele - After this, he signed for the Modena Formula One team for 1991, driving their Lamborghini cars thanks to backing from long-time sponsors Lease Plan

 

Minardi - It was the first team in modern times to make use of customer engines from Ferrari in 1991 and in 1992 they used Lamborghini V12s


1993

The same engine, re-badged a Chrysler, Lamborghini's then-parent company, was tested by McLaren towards the end of the 1993 season, with the intent of using it during the 1994 season add something

 

Ferdinand Piech - In 1993, Piëch became the chairman and CEO of Volkswagen Group, which he is credited with turning into the large conglomerate it is today; He oversaw the purchase of Lamborghini and Bentley, as well as the founding of Bugatti Automobiles, all of which he integrated with the Volkswagen, Skoda, SEAT and Audi brands into a ladder-type structure similar to that used by Alfred Sloan at General Motors


1994

Unable to operate Lamborghini profitably, Chrysler sold Lamborghini to Malaysian investment group Mycom Setdco and Indonesian group V'Power Corporation in 1994 add something


1995

In 1995, Indonesian corporation MegaTech, Lamborghini's owner at the time, entered into distribution and license agreements with Mexican businessman Jorge Antonio Fernandez Garcia add something

 

In 1995, Lamborghini produced a hit, when the Diablo was updated to the top-end "SuperVeloce" model add something


1996

Two racing versions of the Diablo were built for the Diablo Supertrophy, a single-model racing series held annually from 1996 to 1999 add something

 

St. Louis Auto Show - For 1996, the show included models of the Cadillac Catera, the Plymouth Prowler, and the Lamborghini Diablo

 

Lamborghini Diablo - Unveiled at the 1996 Geneva Salon, the Diablo SV-R is a lightweight competition version of the SV and the first & Lamborghini to be officially built for motorsport purposes, as Ferruccio Lamborghini had never desired to build "street legal race cars" like rival Ferrari


1997

In 1997, Lamborghini finally passed its break-even point, selling 209 Diablos, thirteen more than it needed to be profitable add something


1998

The new chairman of Volkswagen AG, Ferdinand Piëch, grandson of Volkswagen's founder, Ferdinand Porsche, went on a buying spree through 1998, purchasing Bentley, Bugatti and Lamborghini add something

 

Lamborghini Diablo - After Audi AG took over Lamborghini from its former Southeast Asian owners, MyCom and V'Power, in 1998, they set out to modernize and refine the Diablo, while its replacement, the Murciélago, was developed

 

Luc Donckerwolke - He was head of design at Lamborghini from 1998, where he was responsible for the 2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT 6,0, 2002 Lamborghini Murciélago and 2004 Lamborghini Gallardo, winning the 'Red Dot Award' in 2003 in recognition for his work on them

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - It is styled by Peruvian-born Belgian Luc Donckerwolke, Lamborghini's head of design from 1998 to 2005


1999

Lamborghini Diablo - The Diablo SE30 and its optional Jota upgrade kit had been quite sporty and race-oriented, but Lamborghini took this concept a step further in 1999 with its introduction of the very limited production Diablo GT, of which only 80 examples were produced for sale

 

Lamborghini Diablo - The Diablo SV SE35 introduced in 1999 as a limited-production special model, build by Swiss Lamborghini importer Roland Affolter, to commemorate the company's 35th anniversary

 

Vittorio Di Capua originally remained in charge, but eventually resigned in June 1999 add something


2000

Sales increased nearly tenfold over the course of the 2000s, peaking with record sales in 2007 and 2008 add something

 

Towards the end of the 2000s, Lamborghini produced a number of revisions of the Murciélago and Gallardo add something

 

Lamborghini Diablo - After campaigning the Diablo SV-R for four years in the Diablo Supertrophy, Lamborghini launched a completely new car for the 2000 season


2001

Lamborghini Diablo - After the end of its production run in 2001, the Diablo was replaced by the Lamborghini Murciélago

 

Lamborghini Diablo - Before the Diablo was retired, Lamborghini produced a limited 2001 model year 42-car production run of a special edition Diablo VT 6,0 SE, this powerplant produced

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - First-generation Murciélagos, produced between 2001 and 2006, were powered by a Lamborghini V12 that traces its roots back to the company's beginnings in the 1960s

 

Charriol - Official time-keeper of Lamborghini Supertrophy 2001

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - The "' & Lamborghini Murcielago"' is a sports car produced by Italian automaker Lamborghini between 2001 and 2010


2002

SEAT - From 2002 up to 2007 SEAT formed part of the & Audi Brand Group, the Volkswagen Group's automotive sub-division, consisted of Audi, SEAT and Lamborghini, that was focused on more sporty values, with the marque's product vehicles and performance being under the higher responsibility of the Audi brand

 

Martin Winterkorn - He headed the Audi brand group, including the brands SEAT and Lamborghini, which was formed on 1 January 2002

 

Walter de'Silva - In March 2002 Walter de Silva was appointed Head of Design to the now-defunct & Audi brand group which encompassed the Audi, SEAT and Lamborghini brands


2003

In 2003, Lamborghini followed up the Murciélago with the smaller, V10-equipped Gallardo, intended to be more accessible and more livable than the Murciélago add something

 

Prior to the launch of the Gallardo in 2003, Lamborghini produced approximately 400 vehicles per year; in 2011 Lamborghini produced 1,711 vehicles add something


2004

Lamborghini developed the Murciélago R-GT as a production racing car to compete in the FIA GT Championship, the Super GT Championship and the American Le Mans Series in 2004 add something

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - In 2004, Lamborghini celebrated its 40th anniversary by releasing a limited run of 50 40th-Anniversary Edition Murciélagos

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - In December 2004, two L140 Gallardos were donated to the Italian police in honour of the force's 152nd anniversary, one came from Automobili Lamborghini SpA while a second was donated by an independent organization


2005

Gianni Morbidelli - Morbidelli drove a Lamborghini in several grand tourer races in 2005, and moved back to touring cars for 2006

 

SEAT Tribu - This concept was the first project designed entirely by Luc Donckerwolke, the former Lamborghini designer who since 2005 is appointed SEAT's Design Director


2006

In 2006, during the opening round of the Super GT championship at Suzuka, a car run by the Japan Lamborghini Owners Club garnered the first victory by an R-GT. A GT3 version of the Gallardo has been developed by Reiter Engineering add something

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - At the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show, Lamborghini announced that the roadster version of the Murciélago will be updated to LP 640 status

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - For the MY2006 Lamborghini introduced many changes to the car to counter some criticisms garnered from the press and owners

 

Cam'ron - Whilst stopped at a traffic light at the intersection of New York and New Jersey Avenue shortly after midnight, a passenger of a nearby car threatened Cam'ron to "give up" his 2006 Lamborghini

 

Asus - In January 2006 Asus announced that it would cooperate with Lamborghini to develop the VX series

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - In January 2006, a retro-styled Lamborghini Miura concept car, built on a Murciélago chassis, was announced at the Museum of Television & Radio and promoted at the Los Angeles Auto Show, although the car itself was not present at the show

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - In March 2006, Lamborghini unveiled a new version of its halo car at the Geneva Motor Show: the Murciélago LP 640

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - In March 2006, an RG-1 recorded the first victory ever for a Lamborghini when they earned a win in the GT300 class at the Super GT Suzuka 500 km


2007

Lamborghini Murcielago - Debuted in 2007 at the Frankfurt Auto Show, the Lamborghini Reventón is a modified version of the Murciélago

 

Walter de'Silva - Following the appointment of former & Audi chairman Martin Winterkorn as the chairman of the Volkswagen Group in January 2007, de Silva was appointed as Head of & Volkswagen Group Design effective from February 1, 2007, and is now responsible for the overall strategic design direction of all VW passenger car brands including ?koda, SEAT, Volkswagen, Audi, Bentley, Lamborghini and Bugatti. de Silva replaced Murat Günak, and his first task was to re-evaluate the designs of three then-imminent Volkswagen models which had been penned by his predecessor: the 2008 $Golf (Volkswagen_Go


2008

Lamborghini achieved its highest ever yearly sales figure in 2008, selling 2,430 vehicles add something

 

The Estoque concept of 2008 was named for the estoc, the sword traditionally used by "matadors" during bullfights add something

 

Roman Rusinov - In 2008, Rusinov switched to endurance racing, driving a Reiter Engineering-prepared Lamborghini Murcielago racing under the IPB SPARTAK RACING name in the FIA GT Championship and the Le Mans Series and a Lamborghini Gallardo in the ADAC GT Masters series

 

Volkswagen - In late 2008, a 4-door saloon for the Lamborghini brand was shown in the form of the Lamborghini Estoque concept

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - The Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Spyder was unveiled at 2008 LA Auto Show

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - In March 2008, Lamborghini announced that they had ceased production of the Gallardo Superleggera

 

Lamborghini Reventon - On 21 November 2008, & Lamborghini announced the delivery of the last Lamborghini Reventón to a British customer of the official Midlands dealer, Lamborghini Birmingham


2009

CEO Stephan Winkelmann predicted in 2009 that poor sales figures for supercars would continue through 2011; history would prove him right add something

 

Vanessa Rousso - As of year end 2009, Rousso drove a yellow Lamborghini Gallardo

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - In 2009, Lamborghini released a limited-run update of the Murciélago Roadster

 

Lamborghini Estoque - It was reported on 22 March 2009 that production plans for the Lamborghini Estoque were cancelled

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - In May 2009 Lamborghini introduced what it calls the 'Fastest one-make series in the world', featuring the Gallardo LP 560-4 Super Trofeo, a race-prepared version of the newer Gallardo LP560-4


2010

Forged composite - The Lamborghini-Callaway partnership was announced at the 2010 Paris Motor Show when Lamborghini unveiled its concept car

 

Giotto Bizzarrini - Variations of the basic design have been used in every V-12 Lamborghini until 2010

 

Lamborghini Murcielago - Spy photos published on the internet in January 2010 showed a camouflaged Lamborghini prototype undergoing winter testing

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - In March 2010, Lamborghini announced the release of the Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera, a lightweight and more powerful version of the Gallardo LP 560-4 in the same vein as the previous Superleggera

 

Lamborghini produced the last Murciélago, number 4,099, on 11 May 2010, but did not officially mark the end of production until six months later on 5 November 2010 add something

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - In November 2010, Lamborghini announced the LP 570-4 Spyder Performante, a convertible version of the LP 570-4 Superleggera


2011

Automóviles Lamborghini plans to start producing auto parts in the Argentine province of Santiago del Estero in 2011, followed by production of cars in 2012 add something

 

In 2011, Lamborghini's 831 employees produced 1,711 vehicles add something

 

Markus Winkelhock - In 2011, he competed in the FIA GT1 World Championship for the All-Inkl.com Münnich Motorsport team alongside team boss Marc Basseng driving a Lamborghini

 

Lamborghini Aventador - Soon after the Aventador unveiling, Lamborghini announced that it had already sold over 12 months of the production vehicles, with deliveries starting in the second half of 2011

 

Nissan GT-R - The 2011 season saw Swiss Racing Team switch to Lamborghini which left Sumo Power run four GT-R's, two under the Sumo Power GT name and two under JR Motorsports

 

Lamborghini Aventador - The "' Lamborghini Aventador"' is a two-door, two-seater sports car publicly introduced by Lamborghini at the Geneva Motor Show on 28 February 2011, five months after its initial unveiling in Sant'Agata Bolognese

 

The Murciélago's replacement, the Aventador, debuted on 1 March 2011 at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show add something


2012

At the 2012 Beijing Motor Show, Lamborghini unveiled the Urus SUV. This is the first SUV By Lamborghini since the LM002 add something

 

Ferdinand Piech - Educated as an engineer, Piëch influenced the development of numerous significant cars including the & Audi Quattro, Volkswagen New Beetle, Audi R8, Lamborghini Gallardo, Volkswagen Phaeton, and notably, the Bugatti Veyron, which as of 2012 is the fastest, most powerful and most expensive road legal automobile ever built

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - It was a race car version of Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante for the Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo series, with adjustable aerodynamic devices, a ten-position rear wing, improved front brake cooling over 2012 Gallardo via remodeled brake ducts

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - The vehicle was unveiled at the final round of the 2012 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo European series in Los Arcos, Navarra

 

Monte Carlo Automobile - On 25th March 2012, a new Montecarlo Automobile car named Montecarlo/BRC W12 was built with the collaboration of BRC world leader in transformation and supply of Methane and LPG. It competed in the 4 hours of Monza with gasoline powered cars such as the Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Gallardo, Porsche 911 and the Chevrolet Corvette, finishing in eighth position

 

Monte Carlo Automobile - On 25 March 2012, a new Montecarlo Automobile car named Montecarlo/BRC W12 was built with the collaboration of BRC world leader in transformation and supply of Methane and LPG. It competed in the 4 hours of Monza with gasoline powered cars such as the Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Gallardo, Porsche 911 and the Chevrolet Corvette, finishing in eighth position

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - The vehicles were available at Lamborghini dealerships from November 2012


2013

As of the 2013 model year, Lamborghini's automobile product range consists of two model lines, both of which are mid-engine two-seat sports cars add something

 

Mansory - At the Geneva Motor Show 2013, Mansory released a bespoke version of the Lamborghini Aventador, the Mansory Carbonado

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - The & Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse was a limited street-going version of Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo 2013

 

Lamborghini Aventador - The 2013 Aventador LP 700-4 Roadster was announced for production in November 2012, equipped with the same V12 engine as the coupé version, Lamborghini claims again that it can reach in 2,9 seconds and a top speed equaling that of the coupe, at

 

Mansory - Two versions of the car have been build so far with a third version based on the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2013

 

Production of the Gallardo ended on 25 November 2013, after 14,022 had been produced add something

 

Lamborghini Gallardo - On 25 November 2013, the last Lamborghini Gallardo, a LP 570-4 Spyder Performante with Rosso Mars body colour, was built at the Sant'Agata Bolognese factory, to be received by a private collector in the upcoming weeks

 

The Gallardo's replacement, the Huracán LP610-4, was announced in December 2013, and is expected to make its auto show debut at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show add something


2014

Lamborghini currently produces only the V12-powered Aventador, though the replacement for the V-10-powered Gallardo, the Huracán, is due in 2014 add something

 

Real Racing 3 - The September 2014 update added the Lamborghini Miura and the Lamborghini Countach

 

Lamborghini Aventador - The Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Pirelli Edition was announced in December 2014


2015

As of the 2015 model year, Lamborghini's automobile product range consists of two model lines, both of which are mid-engine two-seat sports cars add something

 

Lamborghini Huracan - The Huracán LP620-2 Super Trofeo is a rear wheel drive only race car version of & & Lamborghini Huracán coupe for the 2015 Lamborghini Blancpain Super Trofeo Series


2017

As of the 2017 model year, Lamborghini's automobile product range consists of two model lines, both of which are mid-engine two-seat sports cars add something


2018

Lamborghini intends to double its car production by producing as many SUVs by 2018 as sports cars add something