If you’ve ever spent a day with a Lambo, chances are you have noticed the big, shiny car’s huge red and white paint scheme, a bold red “L” for LAMA and the words “LAMBORGINI”.
The word Lamborghinis comes from the Italian word “lamborghini”, which means “the one with a lot of power”.
The original concept for the car came from the legendary Italian car designer, Giuseppe Lamborghino, in the 1920s.
When Lamborghines first appeared, the design was a mix of blue and red, and was inspired by the famous British racer, James Hunt.
The first Lamborghine was the 1.5-litre (38.2-carat) “C” model introduced in 1921.
In the late 1930s, Lamborghina’s styling was influenced by the “D” and “D3” sports cars of the 1950s, but it soon became the iconic car of the Italian supercar industry.
Today, Lambo is synonymous with the supercar, with the first Lambo-based cars appearing in 1967.
Today’s Lamborghi is a bit different from its past: a bold, bold red and blue colour scheme.
The first Lamborelli, like its predecessors, was a small, single-seat sedan, powered by a V12 engine.
It had a flat roof, front-mounted headlights and rear-mounted radar.
The cars were built around the same chassis, but a new body style was introduced in the 1950