Founded over 50 years ago, the Lamborghini brand has proved a ferocious and dynamic competitor in the field of supercar production. Created as a response to the challenges thrown down by existing high-achievers such as Ferrari, Lamborghini truly came into its own within the realms of refined vehicular design and high-performance engine creation. Despite its swift rise to the zenith of desirability within the road car market, the company’s founder, Ferruccio Lamborghini, made the unprecedented decision that the brand would produce no racing vehicles – determining that they would focus all their efforts on creating the very best machines for the general public. However, in 1989, Lamborghini entered into Formula One for the first time, with Yannick Dalmas, Éric Bernard, Michele Alboreto and Philippe Alliot behind the wheels of its vehicles, and the rest is history.
At Amari, we currently keep more than ten Lamborghinis in our showroom at once. These include glorious classic models such as our one-off 1991 Countach, produced specially for the brand’s 25th birthday, resplendent in Bentley Green, the 1989 Countach 5.2 V12 in Rosso – also exceptionally rare, and three Diablos: the 1997 SV Coupe in Lamborghini’s trademark Giallo yellow, the 1999 VT Roadster 2DR, also in yellow, and the 1999 VT Coupe 2DR in a special order colour of Yellow Skirt Hic. We also stock contemporary models, such as an impressive 2017 Aventador Coup 6.5 LP 750-4 Superveloce 2DR Semi Auto 2017 in Arianco Atlas – one of only 600 produced, a 2017 Huracan Coupe 5.2 V10 LP 610-4 Avio 2DR Semi Auto in striking Matte Verde Turbine – of which only 250 have been released worldwide, and an exceptional Aventador Coupe 6.5 LP 700-4 2DR Semi Auto in Rosso Mars.
Ferruccio Lamborghini was already a highly skilled businessman as the second world war drew to a close, being the owner of an extremely successful tractor manufacturing company. With his fortune amassed, he determined that he could finally invest in his dream – to create the perfect sports car. His approach to quality control was very straightforward – if passers-by did not turn in astonishment to watch one of his vehicles as it sped past, the model was simply not a grand enough success. Personality and a purist approach to design and materials are the prime elements that have afforded the Lamborghini brand its success, and its goal of utter perfection seems to be edging ever closer as a direct result.
The value of the full collection of supercars we display in the Amari showroom amounts to at least 15 million pounds at any one time. We work by appointment only to introduce prospective supercar owners to brands and models that we know they will love and, thanks to the expertise of our specialist team, we know that there is a high-performance vehicle to suit every taste and passion within our collection. We are passionate about supercars – from their unique and supremely engineered functionality through to their intricate and lovingly crafted aesthetic design. Please pay us a visit to see the other beautiful machines we have in stock.