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

Hong Kong Tatler - - Cars -

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.

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