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.
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?
|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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