In 2014, I was a Lamborghini parked infront of the Balme Library in the University of Ghana, Legon. I got near to feel the ‘warmth’ of that baby and truly you can only hate on the UN of supercar makers if you have not touched one before. Later on, I saw one in Asokwa-Kumasi. Lamborghini isn’t just a member of the UN of supercar makers. It’s got a permanent seat on the Security Council. Over the past 50 years, Lamborghini has firmly established itself as one of the most desirable and respected brands in the automotive industry. Like its archrival, Ferrari, the supercar specialists from Sant’Agata emerged from unlikely beginnings and have survived through great financial upheaval.
In the process, Lamborghini has given the world some of most insane and iconic cars in recent memory.
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Here’s how Lamborghini became Lamborghini!
For most people, this is the vision that comes to mind when you mention the name “Lamborghini.” Lamborghini’s sports-car venture debuted in 1963 with the stylish 350GT. How many present day designs can match this 50+ old design?
Lamborghini wrapped up its extensive 50th anniversary celebrations last year – which took in a 350-car hotride around Italy – with the reveal of a one-off, single seater Gallardo concept.
That car is called the Lambo Egoista. The Lamborghini Egoista is an anti-radar material packed bizarro, and is available for permanent public viewing at the Lamborghini museum.
Yes, that means you lot out there can go and look at it; touch it, smell it.