Win this Book!
LAMBOURGHINI SUPERCARS 50 YEARS
Wow! This book is a dream for any supercar fan. Over 200 pages of the finest glossy images of the sexiest car in the world. With
all the statistics, dimensions and most importantly top speed achievable for each of the individual supercars, this is one fine coffee table book which will be used!
As every fan knows, Automobili Lamborghini was created after a disagreement between Ferruccio Lamborghini and Enzo Ferrari.
Ferruccio was an owner of several Ferraris but always found a problem with the clutch when the cars were driven how they were built to be driven. An altercation about this very fact with Enzo
resulted in Ferruccio deciding he could build his own perfect supercar. With his foundation in manufacturing tractors and his passion for fast cars, the end result was historic.
50 years on, Lamborghini Supercars celebrates each and every one of their performance cars:-
Miura unveiled at the Geneva Show
in 1966. Marcello Gandini sculpted an adventurous and dramatic body, powered by a 350-horsepower V-12, painted in a dazzling orange, a totally unique colour for a car, quirky features, such as popup
headlights, amazingly low at only 43 inches high, the Miura had a profound effect on the automobile world. The wealthy and elite of the world all bought this fine car. Top Speed
Countach (which is an Italian
expression for an attractive lady) in 1974. Wide, low and menacing, the original Countach completely recalibrated the supercar template and the first to have doors like wings which opened upwards.
Top Speed 196mph.
Diablo in 1990 and was the last of
the Lamborghini supercars under the auspices of the "original" company. To rival Ferrari’s F40 and Porsche’s 959 which were genuine 200mph supercars. Diablo achieved
Murcielago Launched in 2001
by Audi, who acquired the company in 1997 and this was the first German template for the supercar. 4,099 Murcielagos were built in its 9 year production run. Double what Countach achieved between
1974 and 1990. Top speed 213mph.
Gallardo in 2003, was the first
Lamborghini to be mass produced on a highly automated line, with finer details still done by hand. 14,022 were built and was the most successful model and the first to use an aluminium
Reventon in 2008, 10 years after
Audi bought Lamborghini, was so exclusive only 20 models were produced and it actually looked like a UFO!
Aventador in 2011, which embraced a
monocoque chassis construction. Top speed 217mph.
Sesto Elemento in 2013, a limited
production run of just 20 and priced at a mere $2million
Huracan is predominated by
hexagonal shapes and is the most accomplished of all Lamborghini cars
Asterion unveiled at the 2014 Paris
Motor show is a hybrid supercar and promotes comfortable luxury as opposed to ultimate track performance.
Each one is an ultimate car and each successive Lambo is better in terms of speed and attributes than its predecessor
Lamborghini Supercars 50 Years is devoted exclusively to all of Lamborghini's ultimate performance cars. No enthusiast of these
world-class sports cars will want to miss it!
Written by Stuart Codling a renowned journalist and broadcaster in the motorsports world, this book makes an enticing read even for
Photography by James Mann, one of the world's leading car photographers, with more than 20 years of experience shooting for
enthusiast publications, the motor industry and businesses around the world.
This book is arguably the least expensive item available from Lamborghini! With eighty
six beautiful images to admire, this magnificent tribute to one of the most successful car companies on the planet is definitely one to hold onto.
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Terms & Conditions
1. One Lucky winner will be picked at random on Thursday 4th February 2016.
2.The winner will be sent a direct tweet and an announcement will be made on Twitter.
3.The book will be posted by the publisher to the winner anywhere in the UK and Ireland.