Lamborghini or Ferrari? A battle for the ages.

Lamborghini or Ferrari?     

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Lamborghini and Ferrari, two of the most noticeable and the most envied cars in the world are about to have an ultimate show down. We have all seen drag races on you tube between a Lamborghini and a Ferrari, and there lots of reviews of the cars. Side by side, to the untrained eye, they both are great cars. Has anyone ever gotten into the deep ends of both cars? Has anyone showed you the hard facts like how without the incompetence of the early Ferrari company Lamborghini would have never came to be? I’m going to take you on a journey into the heart of ,not just the cars, but the company and the people behind them to see what car is really better.

Engine and Transmission, Ferrari

To start off lets have a look at the Ferrari. First, lets start with the 458 Italia. The engine of the 458 is a 4,499 cc v 8 engine designed by the company and was built for speed and a comfortable ride. It produces 570 fps and 80% torque the engine includes direct fuel injection to increase the rotations per second at a top speed of 199 mph.

The only available transmission in the 458 Italia is a dual clutch 7 speed the classical manual transmission is not available in this model Ferrari did this to ensure the Race car feel that they were looking for in this model. The car includes double wishbone suspension so that the car can lean into turns when increasing speed and hitting sharp turns at high speed it has ceramic brakes, These common in most sports cars, the 458 Italia can stop in 90 feet when at an amazing speed of 60.1 mph (to put this in perspective a Honda civic of the sane year requires about 120-140 feet of stopping distance at the same speed).

Engine and transmission, Lamborghini

On to the Lamborghini. The Lamborghini Aventador has a 6498 cc v 12 engine that was built primarily for speed the Aventador has a max torque of 508 lb and has a top speed of 217 mph. The transmission on the Aventador is a semi automatic 7 speed. And has an all wheel drive option to increase traction in uncanny weather.

This car also has a power to weigh ratio of 4.98. this car also has ceramic brakes. The Aventador is one of the fastest sports cars in it’s class. Designed for speed and with an all new idea for the engine the Aventador is a pioneer in the world of cars. At 60 mph the Aventador can come to a complete stop at only 85 feet. With so many variations with this car that include the Aventador SV, the Aventador j, the Aventador LP, and the Dream liner edition. This car is one of the most popular that came from the Lamborghini company.

Interior specifications, Lamborghini  

The Lamborghini interior is completely custom designed by the person ordering the car.  before ordering a Lamborghini. The system that the company uses also comes up with a default for you. It analyzes the exterior color choices and then adds a default interior for you.

Interior specifications, Ferrari

Navigating the Ferrari website is fairly easy, On the tool bar there is a tab for cars. Then after choosing the car the system has you choose the exterior colors. After the exterior is chosen, the site gives you a walk through of choosing your interior colors and designs. some of the details include colors on the dash, and even the under glow and night shift.


Company beginnings, Ferrari

In 1929 Enzo Ferrari the founder of the company, was making Italian race cars. A partnership with fiat and other Italian companies had Enzo in a draw. He wanted to be an independent racing crew.  But he needed money, so he began to make sports cars.  The AAC 815 was his first car made. progressing from there he expanded sports cars for the better.

Company beginnings, Lamborghini

the year was 1963. And Ferruccio Lamborghini was getting rich.  He decided he wanted to drive a nice car.  Then he ordered a Ferrari and began to wait. He waited and waited but it never came. In his anger he made a vow to better Ferrari in every way. So this meant he needed to build a car. And the first Lamborghini, the Miura, Was born.


In conclusion it doesn’t really matter what car is better. Its all about personal preference. Both cars are awesome and can reach amazing feats.