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Before starting the story about the history of Lamborghini, it is necessary to first tell some facts from the biography of the founder of the company. During the WW2, Ferruccio Lamborghini served in the Italian army.
He was, as they say, a mechanic from God, so he never had to sit idle.
As it is known, Italy originally treated the Axis countries, later, with the fall of the Mussolini regime, Italy ceased to be an ally of Germany.
So Ferruccio began to fight on the side of the Allies, servicing the military equipment of the English (mainly English).
This is how he gained knowledge about the organization of not only Italian, but also foreign mechanisms.
These skills came in handy later.
When the war ended, Lamborghini returned home with the firm intention of starting his own business.
Leaving Italy, the British sold off surplus equipment they no longer needed - returning it to Great Britain was too stressful a task.
An enterprising young Italian took advantage of this.
This is how a small company for the production of tractors appeared.
In a country devastated by the war, but gradually reviving, this technique was quite in demand.
The first model of the tractor turned out to be very simple in design and reliable in operation, which determined its success. This allowed the young company to quickly get back on its feet
Already after ten years, Lamborghini became rich.
So much so that he was able to afford an expensive sports car, choosing Ferrari.
However, the sports car disappointed the talented mechanic.
So much so that one fine day Lamborghini went to the company's office with the intention of personally telling Enzo Ferrari his thoughts on how he could improve his cars.
However, as a result, he was faced with banal rudeness and caustic phrases that the tractor manufacturer should not get involved in the sports car industry.
Lamborghini was furious. Then he decided to create his own model of a sports car.
And not just for myself personally, but one that can challenge Ferrari, both on the track and in the market.
So to speak, revenge in Italian.
Lamborghini was haunted by problems. In 1978, the company was hit by a series of operational problems, as a result of which it was forced to declare itself bankrupt and was sold.
The owners became the brothers Jean-Claude and Patrick Mimram from the same Switzerland, who were engaged in the sale of food
In 1987, Lamborghini bought the American Chrysler out of the blue for everyone, and without experiencing serious financial problems.
It is believed that this purchase was just a whim of the head of the American auto giant Lee Lacocca, who was flattered by the very thought of owning such a legend as Lamborghini.
In 1994, when Chrysler stopped working for good, Lamborghini was sold to the Indian investment group Megatech, which never managed to pull off such a burden.
In 1998, the Italian auto legend returned to Europe again - the German AUDI AG became the new owner.