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Lamborghini is a true household name now; however, its original target market was farmers! This luxury car brand used to make tractors as its main mechanical output. This is incredible to think since it has leap light-years forward now to become a leading producer of luxury sports cars. Founded by Italian tractor maker Ferruccio Lamborghini in1963, the company is now owned by Audi. It has headquarters in its native town of Sant’Agata Bolognese Italy and it is one of the only places in the world where Lamborghinis are commonplace. Famous for its sleek design, the car has coveted status throughout the world. The initial Lamborghini chassis design was created by Italian engineer Gian Paolo Dallara, together with a team that included Paolo Stanzani and Bob Wallace.
The initial body was styled by Franco Scaglione, who at the time was a fairly unknown designer. In only 4 months the Lamborghini 350GTV was created. This was perfect timing as the unveiling was ready for the 1963 Turin Motor Show. Unfortunately, due to an ongoing disagreement with engine designer Giotto Bizzarrini, a working power plant could not be provided in time for the show. This meant that the Turin Motor Show would display the car as just a shell and without at engine. The engine bay was filled with bricks so that the car would sit at an appropriate height above the ground. The press only gave the car a great and warm response.