Who does n’t know about Lamborghini? And those who did n’t, have come to know about this elite car when our legendary heartthrob Messi bought it a few days ago. This amazing car has successfully made a room for it in the elite communities and in the hearts of celebrities. A car lover would definitely wish to get a Lamborghini. The car was received as a hard elites’ craving when the National Geographic’s car series, Ultimate Factories, broadcast a complete documentary on the making of the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV. Aired on October 01, 2009, this National Geographic documentary film was rated as one of the most watched shows of the day.
The National Geographic film covers all the aspects, from conceiving the idea of Lamborghini to the making of this two-seater thrilling car in 2001. It also tells about the release of this car in the year 2004 as a roadster on the high public demand. Lamborghini was styled by Luc Donckerwolke, who took almost 3 years to design this car. This Italian made luxury sports car was designed as the car of distinguishing features and therefore, from its first edition, its body is kept as a low slung with its highest point of the roof, just 4 feet above the ground. It further tells about the specific features of this car and the follow-up changes made in every edition. Christopher Cook also narrates the opinion of a few Lamborghini owners and tells, why this car is associated with the elite culture only.
Technically, this National Geographic documentary is a totally different version of the car documentaries and brings such unique information to the light, which a commoner can never even think of learning. Though the experience, of watching the making of one of the world’s most famous and ultimate cars, is marvelous, yet this National Geographic film lacks the pitfalls of this Italian made luxury sports car.
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