Lambofans acclaim these cars for their power and refined lines, and it goes without saying, that the Lamborghini is one hundred per cent more speedy than your quick-cook pasta. The company was founded in 1963 by one, Ferruccio Lamborghini, a manufacturing magnate. The former tractor-maker wanted to make a brand, sleek enough to compete with motors like the Ferrari and so on. The company's first models appeared on the market in the mid-1960s, and, true to the brief, they were noted for their refinement, power and comfort too. After great times with the Miura sports coupé in 1966 and the iconic Diablo in its hot range, it produces fewer than 3,000 cars in a year. The company, now owned by Audi, produces only two models, the V10-powered Gallardo and the V12-powered Aventador, in a variety of body styles, trim levels with a limited production.