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[Good] the Good ones are the Exterior parts is Very Amazing the interior is Quite luxurious and its like designed for Racers the engine performance is very good its top Speed is 355km/h Traveling ...Read more
- Rating : 4.5
- Review by EL-Laurence Enriquez Penarubia
- Date : Oct 6, 2015
I had the opportunity to drive the Aventador, and all i can say is WOW. . .It drives the way you want it. and if only the road quality and price is the same as in the US, driving one in the ...Read more
- Rating : 4.8
- Review by Ringo Acidera
- Date : Aug 9, 2015
Ang ganda talaga dalhin nitong Lamborghini Gallardo...kung mamaneho ka ng ganitong sasakyan talagang lahat ng madadaanan mo ay mapapalingun. ;)) leisure and comfort can be surely mapapasa iyo..at ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by mystique
- Date : Jul 21, 2015
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About Lamborghini Cars
Lamborghini – The Future of Supercars
Automobili Lamborghini, owned by Volkswagen Group (acquired under Audi division in 1998) is an Italian manufacturing and marketing brand of luxury Sport cars. Its headquarters and production facility are situated in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. According to 2011 survey data, the facility employs over 831 employees producing 1711 vehicles annually. Lamborghini is best-known all over the world for its ultra-luxurious sports cars featuring heavy duty V-12 cylinder engines which are also used in offshore power boat racing. Its flagship car models include the Aventador and the Huracan. Recently, Lamborghini officially inaugurated the release of its 120th store in Manila, Philippines.
Lamborghini was established and founded by Ferruccio Lamborghini in 1963 in order to compete with already established market favorite Ferrari. It took on the automobile industry head first by offering cars with notably high performance, power, style, luxury and comfort. Its first major achievement was met with the release of Miura sports coupe. However, Lamborghini's winning stride was interrupted by the global crisis led by the oil crisis of 1973.
The ownership of the company was eventually sold to Georges-Henri Rosetti & Rene Leimer in 1974 followed by Jean Claude & Patrick Mimran in 1980 after it went bankrupt in 1978. The company was sold to Chrysler Corporation in 1987 and then to a Mycom Setdco – a Malaysian investment group, in 1994. Lamborghini is now managed by Volkswagen's premier Audi division after its infamous acquisition in 1998.
Lamborghini introduced various models throughout its run from 1963 350GT to present day Gallardo. Its model lineup consists of in production two-seater models of much acclaimed Aventador, Veneno and Huracan. Aventador features a 6.5L, V-12 cylinder engine while both Veneno and Huracan offer V-10 6.5L and 5.2L engines respectively. Lamborghini Manila offers customers to choose from a variety of other luxury models such as Diablo, Murcielago, Stiletto, Gallardo, Sesto, etc. Lamborghini also manufactures 8171cc V-12 cylinder marine engine generating 940HP of power used in Class 1 World Offshore Series power boats. It is also engaged in the licensing of many manufacturers producing car accessories such as clothing materials, electronics, etc.
Lamborghini was initially against motor sporting trends as it was too expensive. However, since it was the only way to demonstrate a sports car's performance, speed, technical superiority, reliability & durability over other competing models, it became an engine supplier to professional Formula One teams such as Larrousse, Lotus, Tiger, Ligier, Minardi, Modena, etc. The 1990 Japanese Grand Prix marked its first major Formula One achievement with Larrousse's Aguri Suzuki finishing third. Since then, Lamborghini has continued to provide excellent results on all major racing circuits and F1 competitions such as the FIA GT Championship, Super GT Championship, American Le Mans Series, etc.
Lamborghini's emblem consists of a raging bull which features on every model. Bull fighting served as a potential source of inspiration of company founder Ferruccio Lamborghini. Hence, it was incorporated to provide a soul to his line of cars as an image of immovable strength and pride. Lamborghini models are usually presented as concept models before being officially released into the market. Many such models were featured at prestigious Auto Shows all around the world. These include the four-door Sedan model Estoque at the Paris Motor Show in 2008 and Sesto Elemento at the same venue later in 2010. Avendator was unveiled at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show while Urus debuted as an SUV model at the Beijing Motor Show held the same year.
Lamborghini is currently managed by Audi AG under the name Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. It has five main subdivisions namely: Ducati Motor Holding (which manufactures motor-cycles); Italdesign Giugiaro (a prototyping firm providing services to the Volkswagen Group); Motori Marini Lamborghini (MML) (which produces engine blocks). All Volkswagen and Audi vehicles are marketed in Italy under the integrated supervision of Volkswagen Group Italia. New dealership units have been recently acquired in Azerbaijan and Warsaw, Poland.
The United States of America forms Lamborghini's biggest market (about 41% of total cars produced), followed by Germany (13%), Great Britain (9%) and last but not the least Japan (8%). According to survey data from 2011, Lamborghini had a total output of 1711 vehicles compared to a modest 400 in 2003 before the launch of Gallardo, presenting a near about 425% increase in sales in a period of ten years. Philippines also present an attractive market for the company owing to its increasing number of potential customers.
Lamborghini opened its 120th store in Manila, Philippines in the latter half of 2012. Premium luxury models of much acclaimed Diablo, Murcielago, Stiletto, Gallardo, Sesto & Aventador are being offered under the active dealership of PGA Cars, a well-known dealer for high-end luxury car brands such as Audi and Porsche. The store is located at 11th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, which represents one of the most prime cosmopolitan areas of living in Manila. The company also plans to expand its distribution after sensing a great potential in the Philippines market.