The history and evolution of iconic car models and brands (part 2)

Administrator posted this 04 October 2023

The history and evolution of iconic car models and brands (part 2)


Ferrari is an Italian manufacturer of sports cars and racing cars with a wide reputation. The company was founded in 1947. It was discovered by Enzo Ferrari in Italy. The famous Ferrari specializes in the production of high-performance cars with a unique design and technical characteristics. To this day, they remain popular, and try to develop new features in the automotive industry. 

The main features of the company Ferrari, which describe it as a unique manufacturer:

  • Striving for speed and performance: Ferrari has always been famous for its ability to create cars with outstanding power. Their engine and excellent dynamics are different from their competitors
  • Unique style and design: Ferrari car models are known and popular for their elegant and aerodynamic shapes, as well as bright colours. They created a unique red colour "Rosso Corsa"
  • Introduction of modern technologies. The automobile company has always implemented the latest technologies and innovations in its ideas. Thanks to them, Ferrari managed to provide outstanding performance and safety.

Famous design traditions of the company:

The iconic Ferrari logo depicts a black horse on a yellow background. This emblem, known as "Cavallino Rampante", has become a symbol of the racing spirit of Ferrari.

Ferrari is synonymous with the colour "Rosso Corsa", which is a bright red shade that has become the trademark of the brand.

Ferrari has a long tradition of producing high-performance V12 engines. They are known for their incredible power, smooth running and characteristic motor notes.
Also, Ferrari cars, as a rule, have a distinctive design of headlights and radiator grilles, which contribute to brand awareness.

These traditions continue to define the brand's identity and attract enthusiasts around the world.


Lamborghini is also a well-known Italian manufacturer of luxury sports cars. Its history began with the production of tractors, initially started its business as a manufacturer of agricultural machinery. Nowadays, they remain also famous among other racing cars.

Tractors (1940s-1960s). Lamborghini's tractors were known for their reliability and innovative design. Then the company continued to develop, and began to create the first cars in the 1960s. The company's first sports car was the Lamborghini 350 GT, which was introduced in 1964. This marked the beginning of Lamborghini's transition from tractors to sports cars.
Nowadays, Lamborghini has introduced the last two supercars with an atmospheric V12. Both received a unique exterior and interior design, a 6.5-liter twelve-cylinder engine with a capacity of 780 horsepower, a robotic transmission, all-wheel drive and a fully controlled chassis. The cars were built to order, that is, it will not work to buy them.

Lamborghini has maintained its reputation as a manufacturer of high-performance sports cars, and the brand is still associated with luxury and speed.


Porsche has a rich heritage in the field of automobiles. They really made a big contribution to the development of hybrid technology long before it became popular. In 1899, Austrian engineer Ferdinand Porsche developed his first hybrid car, known as the Lohner-Porsche. This car used a petrol engine to generate electricity. Further, Porsche became known for its outstanding racing cars and successful participation in world racing competitions. They have also created many sports production cars. They achieved impressive results at the Nurburgring-Nordschleife. These are some of the most famous and challenging racetracks in the world. The Porsche 911 GT2 RS and Porsche 911 GT3 RS have set several records on this track in various classes. Today, they continue to be a leader in automotive technology and sports car manufacturing.