“Sometime in the 1960s, a successful tractor builder in northern Italy bought a Ferrari 250 GT. Unfortunately, he didn’t think much of it. So, he brought his complaints directly to Enzo Ferrari, who responded by telling him he should stick to building tractors. After the rude dismissal, Ferruccio Lamborghini decided he could do better and started his own car company.” [TopSpeed]
2016 is the Ferrucio’s 100th birthday, so Lamborghini will build a supercar to honor it’s founder: the Centenario with a 759bhp 6.5-litre V12 engine.
It’s a shame, only 20 units, about 2 million USD… and sold out. At least we can enjoy the pics.