Lamborghini ... all the fascination of a living legend. To understand the essential nature of a Lamborghini tractor we must first discuss the multifaceted personality of Ferruccio Lamborghini, born in 1916, astrological sign... Taurus (the bull).
We are in the Emilian lowlands, a fertile and silent flood plain where the arable land is sectioned by seemlingly endless perfectly straight ribbons of lonely highways that seem to have been speficially created to allow the world's most powerful and attractive sports cars to flaunt their prowess.The passionate relationship with the internal combustion engine that is a tradition of this part of Italy is without parallel anywhere else in the world, as is the authentic and heartfelt passion of Emilian people for all the beautiful things of life. It was back in 1948 in the central square of Pieve di Centro that the young Ferruccio unveiled the world's first Lamborghini tractor, literally built by his hown hands from salvaged military vehicles purchased from the departing US forces. At this time, just after the end of WWII, Italy was undergoing rapid transformation and Lamborghini was able to interpret the process with a series of ingenious ideas that emerged from an unbeatable mix of intelligence and hunches. Industrial growth at the time was unstoppable, fuelled by breakneck and ceaseless technological development, which was to transform Lamborghini Trattori in the space of a few years from a small family concern to a leader in its sector, gaining recognition and acclaim all over the world. But its founder's restless nature and sheer determination continued to propel the company towards new projects. He launched the production of fuel oil burners and conditioners and made an application to the government for authorisation to start building helicopters. At this point, fortunately for sports car enthusiasts, authorisation for helicopter production was not forthcoming. Fortunately, because at that time the "farmer industrialist" as he was defined by my many to stress his rough diamond character and his pride in his origins, immediately devoted his energy to bringing another ambitious dream to life: to produce the most fascinating, beautiful, desirable and perfect motor cars in the world. In October 1967 at the Turin motor show, the whole world realised that this "crazy visionary" hothead had managed to achieve his goal: this was the presentation of the “Miura”, universally acclaimed as an automotive artwork and destined to revolutionise not merely aesthetic thinking but also the entire concept of the sports GT car, an explosive blend of elegance, aggression, orginality and class that no maker has since managed to match. Trattori Lamborghini, acquired by in 1973, is today a key part of the Same Deutz-Fahr Group, an organisation that occupies a high profile position on the internatinal scenario and is able to compete on the global market, ensuring its products reap the nenefits of a consatnt process of development incorporating the very latest technology and implementing the highest standards of quality and reliability. But a Lamborghini tractor is rather more than its component parts. The style is unique and unmistakable, and that famous name sparkling on the grille is replete with unique values and meanings that we are committed to keeping intact.