Best of Both Worlds
LAMBORGHINI LAUDS ITS LATEST FIRE-BREATHER, THE HURACÁN, AS EQUALLY AT EASE ON THE RACETRACK AND THE STREET. Sean Li PUTS IT TO THE TEST IN BOTH ENVIRONMENTS
There are few products we use on a regular basis that satisfy our needs or requirements perfectly. There’s always a little change you’d like to make. As they say, the devil is in the detail. Perhaps you’ve even gone as far as to think how you’d change a specific product to make it as exactingly perfect as you’d like it to be. Some people take action on such thoughts. One of them was wealthy industrialist Ferruccio Lamborghini. A sports car enthusiast, he felt he could do better than Ferrari and founded Automobili Lamborghini in 1963. That was certainly a bold statement, for Enzo Ferrari was already a legend and there was no denying the appeal and performance of his cars. Thanks to Lamborghini’s vision and perfectionism, he has also become a legend, and his marque has put roughly 30,000 cars on the tarmac.