The technology behind every Lamborghini masterpiece is said to be a beast. For its unique aerodynamic characteristics and appearance, it is not surprising that most sports car enthusiasts prefer the exotic car brand. Almost everyone dreams of having one.
If you’ve ever been anywhere in the UAE, you will immediately notice its culture for luxury cars, including Lamborghinis. But there are many features to consider, such as the most advanced security options, entertainment technology, and customization.
Interesting Lamborghini Facts
Known for their exotic cars, Lamborghinis have been praised from engine to body. First they began to build better cars than the infamous Ferrari vehicles. If you are planning to buy your own Lambo, here are some cool facts to know.
1. Lamborghini was a master mechanic.
Most people consider Ferruccio Lamborghini to be the original Tony Stark. He was stationed on an isolated island during World War II for the Royal Italian Air Force as a vehicle maintenance supervisor. Because parts were difficult to secure, Lamborghini improvised scraps to keep its machines running.
2. The first Lamborghinis were tractors.
He used his experience in World War II to assemble tractors with spare parts. From there, Lamborghini officially started its business and people loved its products. Today Lamborghini Trattori operate under a different company, but they are still designed by the same firm that created the Gallardo and Maserati MC12.
3. Ferrari’s average customer service.
Ferruccio actually owned a Ferrari 250GT in those days. He wanted a replacement for his clutch, so he went to the Maranello headquarters. After asking Enzo Ferrari, the answer he received was: “You are a dumb tractor manufacturer, how could you know anything about sports cars?” Four months later, it launched the Lamborghini 350GTV.
4. Current model with scissor doors.
Murcielago is the only current model with scissor doors. These swing up and forward on a hinge near the front of the door. The Countach, the Devil, and the Bat have scissor doors, but the Gallardo does not. Both the Countach and the Devil are no longer produced.
5. Nothing less than a V8 engine.
Most Lamborghini models throughout the company’s history have come with the legendary Lamborghini V12 engine. The newest model, Gallardo, only has V10. No Lamborghini has been produced with less than a V8 since the Silhouette was stopped in 1989.
6. The fastest Lamborghini
The fastest Lamborghini is the Le Mans version of the Murcielago R-GT model. It has a top speed of 370 km / h. Meanwhile, Lamborghini’s fastest street model is the Murcielago LP640, which has an estimated top speed of 340 km / h. Both models have a V12 engine with more than 6000 cc.
Lamborghini Dubai Service Center
The Lamborghini line is divided into two segments, Gallardo and Murcielago. Maintenance varies greatly depending on what you select. Experts recommend that you change your oil and oil filter every 7500 miles. The cost of a new transmission could cost you between 180,000 and 200,000 dirhams.