The history of Lamborghini
The history of Lamborghini started in 1963 by Ferruccio Lamborghini.
The first iconic Lamborghini model was the Countach, invented by Wolf. Between 1978 and 1982, a total of 237 units got delivered.
Lamborghini went to some other carmakers one of them including Audi. The original plan was to get the 8-cylinder engine from the Audi A8 to power the new small Lamborghini.
The first big car came in 2001 which was the Murciélago. This new model was also named after a famous, fierce fighting bull.
In 2011, the new V12 model Aventador was produced. In 2015 the Aventador had two new versions, the Aventador SV and the Aventador SV Roadster.
The history of Liberty walk
Liberty walk offer different types of body kits, fiber reinforced plastic and carbon fiber reinforced plastic.
Wataru Kato created Liberty walk when he was 26, he started out in a small lot which could only hold three cars. It’s now one of the biggest after market vehicle brands. They are an aftermarket brand that specialize in body kits, spoilers, exhausts and air suspension.
About the Lamborghini Aventador
Production: February 2011-2017
Designer: Filippo Perini (original design), Mitja Borket (Aventador S)
Layout: mid-engine, all-wheel-drive
Engine: 6.5 L V12
Power output: 690 hp (Aventador), 730 hp (Aventador S), 740 hp (Aventador SV), 760 hp (Aventador SVJ)
Weight: 1575 kg
Asking the team
I spoke to one of the marketing team and asked them a few questions about the car.
What part of the car stands out to you? ‘I like the wide body look’
What do you think about liberty walk body kits on lambos? ‘I think they’re super cool’
Do you think the body kits are overpriced? ‘I think they’re expensive but they fit very well’
What would you change about the car? ‘I would change the gear box’
What colour would you have it? ‘Lime green’
Thank you for reading my blog – Kate, Cardinal Newman College