Ferrari or Lamborghini? Which One Do You Choose?

  

Who doesn’t love sports cars? Barely could find any who doesn’t I guess. If you were ever given to choose between these two brands, would you go for Ferrari or Lamborghini? In order to decide that, you need to know the difference, let’s get on to it!

Both Ferrari and Lamborghini are Italian fully owned subsidiary brands founded in 1929 and 1963 respectively. The brand names come from the founders, Enzo Ferrari and Ferruccio Lamborghini. According to the facts, Ferrari has high revenue than Lamborghini.

Ferrari Models: California (grand touring convertible), the 458 Italia (sports car), F12Berlinetta (grand tourer) and the FF (grand tourer).

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    Ferrari 458 Italia

    Mid-Engine Sports Car Image Source: Ferrari.com

  • Ferrari 458 Spider

    Ferrari 458 Spider

    The 458 Spider is the first car ever to combine a mid-rear engine with a retractable folding hard top that delivers both unprecedented in-cabin comfort when closed and unparalleled Spider performance. Image Source: Ferrari.com

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    Ferrari California

    The Ferrari California (Type F149) is a grand touring sports car produced by the Italian automotive manufacturer Ferrari. Image Source: Ferrari.com

  • Ferrari f12 Berlinetta

    Ferrari f12 Berlinetta

    It’s the most powerful V12 Ferrari ever built and it’s also one of the most practical. Image Source: Ferrari.com

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    Ferrari FF

    Ferrari’s first production four-wheel drive model, released on March 1, 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show Image Source: Ferrari.com

All of Lamborghini’s current cars are mid-engine two-seat sports cars. These include the Aventador LP 700-4 and the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4, LP 550-2 and LP 570-4.

Have you ever thought about the differences of these two brands?

  Ferrari Logo Lambogini Logo
Classes Grand Tourer and Sports car Sports car
Body styles 2-door, 2+2 coupe cabriolet, 2 seat Berlinetta, 2 seat spider, 3-door shooting-break 2 door coupe, 2 door roadster, 2-door S.pyder
Layouts Front mid-engine rear-wheel drive, rear mid-engine rear-wheel drive, FMR layout, FM4 layout Mid-engine four wheel drive, mid-engine rear wheel drive
Transmission 7-speed dual clutch automated manual 7-speed ISR Semi-automatic transmission, 5 speed manual
Horsepower 460 – 963 550 – 700
Cost $230, 000 and up $181,900 and up
Production Output 7,044 units (2011) 1,227 units (2010)
Parent Fiat S.p.A Volkswagen Group
Founder(s) Enzo Ferrari Ferruccio Lamborghini
Owner(s) Fiat S.p.A AUDI AG
Headquarters Maranello, Italy Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy

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