Driving by the book
A book charting the Lamborghini brand and its history, using material from the Italian carmaker's historical archives, has been released.
Starting in 1963, when Ferruccio Lamborghini, spurred on by a passion for race cars, developed the 350 GTV that was introduced at the Turin Motor Show that year, the book charts the supercar manufacturer's history through a series of images with narration by journalist Decio GR Carugati.
From the Diablo to the modern-day Murcielago, Lamborghini's have traditionally been named after fighting bulls and the names are meant to evoke these animals' strength and power.
The book Automobili Lamborghini is on sale now in Italian and English versions and should make a fabulous late Christmas gift for the dream Lamborghini owner.