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The luxurious Lamborghini evolved from a small contractor's company. The brand was named after the owner Ferruccio Lamborghini and it was established in 1963. An Italian born, wealthy entrepreneur who is also known for producing tractor from military spares.
His venture into making high-tech cars can be traced to an instance between him and Enzo Ferrari- a brand known for making classy cars. History has it that Ferruccio Lamborghini bought a Ferrari with a clutch that was giving him problems. He decided to approach Enzo Ferrari who rudely showed him the way to the door. Ferrucio was challenged and in a bid to show Enzo Ferrari what he is capable of - the classy Lamborghini was born.
With the recruitment of the movers and shakers in the car industry and even Ferarri's previous employees., Ferruccio Lamborghini was able to introduce its first car, 350GT. It was widely accepted thus, bringing the brand to the limelight. The Miura was later introduced in 1966, a high-performance car that turns Lamborghini into a legend. Most of the cars were named after the bullfighting breeder. The likes of Miura, a reference to Don Eduardo Miura. More interestingly, the logo was also a symbol of Ferrucio’s zodiac sign.
However, In 1972, the company experienced major setbacks due to the worldwide financial crisis and hike in oil prices. Ferrucio was left with no option than to sell its 51% asset to Georges-Henri Rossetti and the remaining 49% of the company to René Leimer in 1974. After the termination of all contracts, the brave Ferruccio retired to his estate.
Over the years, the company entered bankruptcy and through the intervention of the court, Jean-Claude and Patrick Mimran, car enthusiasts, were appointed to get the company back on its feet. Mimran later became the CEO in 1980. He successfully brought back the glory of the company but in 1987, he sold the corporation to the Chrysler Corporation. Chrysler renamed the company to Nuova Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini S.p.A.
Between 1994 to 1997, this was the time in which the company ownership was passed to the Easterners. An Indonesian and Malaysian company called Mycom Setdco and V'Power Corporation. After a major financial crisis in Asia, Volkswagen Group, a German corporation, acquired Lamborghini.
Despite the hardship, the company is still known for its prestigious cars and has managed to overcome its challenges.
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