Ferrari vs. Lamborghini
What is Ferrari?
Ferrari is a world famous automobile car brand that was founded by Enzo Ferrari. Ferrari is an Italian car brand which is quite famous all around the world for their premium and extreme level powerful sports cars, supercars and luxury cars. The company was established on 13th September 1939. From the last 77 years, this company has been leading as the king of automobile especially when it comes towards manufacturing powerful and stylish sports cars. Ferrari is famous for their professional formula one cars too. Initially, Ferrari, when established, makes its mark in the market by producing super powerful and durable vehicles. Later on, as the time passes Ferrari becomes the trademark for powerful sports cars.
What is Lamborghini?
Lamborghini is also an Italian automobile company which was founded by Ferruccio Lamborghini in 1963. Lamborghini is famous for their supercars, super stylish sports cars, luxury cars, and SUVs. Lamborghini was established regarding giving competition to Ferrari. Lamborghini was welcomed warmly in the industry and grew rapidly in its first ten years. Later on due to the oil crisis and various other issues in 1973 the company bore huge loss and was bankrupted in 1978. The ownership of the company keeps on revolving from American to Malaysian owners than to Indonesian group. In the late 90’s the Volkswagen took over the Lamborghini brand and kept on working. In 2002 again due to world’s largest crisis Lamborghini faced almost 50% decrease in their overall sales. Then with the production of new modernized sports cars and introducing models like Gallardo, Avetendor, Huracan, etc. The company proved its worth again and won hearts with their unique styling and design of the sports cars. It was not all about styling and design at all; the powerful V12 engines proved to be icing on the cake. In 2015 the company was leading among all the rest sports vehicle company regarding worldwide fame, reputation, and even revenue. Lamborghini keeping their standards produce limited units of every model. On customer and market demand they keep on increasing and decreasing the number of units.