Lamborghini is the ultimate world player in the manufacturing and sell of luxury sports cars. An Italian manufacturing giant, Lamborghini are famous the world over for their classy and sleek styled luxury vehicles.
Combined with the precision and technicalities that go on to make Lamborghini the classy ensemble of driving delight that it is, the brand owned by Volkswagen Group operates from its Italian base of Sant’Agata Bolognese.
Lamborghini founder Ferruccio Lamborghini, the Italian manufacturing magnate set up the company in 1963 with the objective of producing a refined and powerful, yet comfortable multi utility vehicle. The company grew tremendously in the first decade of its launch, before witnessing a lull in sales during the 1973 worldwide financial downturn and the oil crisis.
The company went bankrupt in 1978 after being sold out four years back. Thereafter, the manufacturing major changed ownership a couple of times before the Volkswagen Group bought and placed it under the control of the Audi division. It was only under this move that the company began to roll out new models and additions and ultimately, it grew into the iconic brand as we know it today.
As a competitor to established automobile major Ferrari that is equally famous for its line of luxurious sedans, Lamborghini as a brand owes much of its popularity to its cult, off the edge features and superior mobility and accuracy. At present, Lamborghini is undoubtedly the premier choice when it comes to cars in the luxury segment.
WORLD CLASS MODELS
The Lamborghini Gallardo is one such offering from the iconic manufacturer that went on to be the best selling version of the brand. Named after a famous breed of fighting bull, the Gallardo witnessed a decade of production before being rolled off in 2013.
The Huracan made its debut at the 2014 Geneva Auto Show by replacing the Gallardo. Automotive magazine Top Gear named Huracán “The Supercar of the Year 2014”.
Spanning across both of these models, the Spyder stands out as the ultimate convertible variant of the opulent roadster style. Both the Gallardo Spyder and the Huracan Spyder sports a fully retractable top cover.
A sporty body, sharp wedges and a wholly macho look have been the unmissable features of the Spyder. And while the Gallardo is suave and sporty, the Huracan delivers further on the style quotient with added sleek and class.
With its trademark looks that spells sophistication and ruggedness all in one frame, the Spyder specifically reflects on Lamborghini’s attention to detail even without compromising on the durability and striving to deliver an enhanced performance every time.
And with the recent addition of the 2018 Performante to the enviable Spyder collection, the desire even gets stronger. With a drive that takes only slight notice of the ruggedness and stiffs that you might encounter during your ride, the latest Spyder definitely woos both with its grace and allure, and also with its effortless and seamless yet surging driving experience.
For decades now, Lamborghini has been luring consumers with its characteristic flair and the penchant of redefining the riding experience everytime you hit the road in their flagship vehicles. And for all the oomph and emotion that this style icon encompasses, we can’t stop dreaming of a Lamborghini any time soon!