Ferrari vs Lamborghini – How Do They Compare and Which Is Better? (Automotive / Car Comparison)

this episode is brought to u by skill share the first thousand people to signup will get 2 months free thousand people to signup using the link in the description will get their first two months free Ferrai’s and Lamborgini’s are some of the most famous luxury cars in the world while the history of ferrari days back to 1947 when Enzo ferrari built a 125S under the ferrari name Lamborghinis did not come into existence until 1960’s The story goes that during this time Ferrugio Lamborghini, a loafy tractor manufacturer was a dissatisfied ferrari customer Lamborghini went to Ferrari and suggested ways that he can improve his cars. Ferrari did not like recieving advice from a mere tractor mechanic and dismissed him. According to new economy, he told lamborghini “You may be able to drive a tractor, you will never be able to handle a Ferrari properly”. Lamborghini was so ticked off at ferrari that he decided to go off and established his own car company. In 1963 he founded Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini and built a factory in The first car he made was the Lamborghini 350 GTV which debut at torent motor show in 1963 and the two companies have been rivals ever since. Despite this rivalry, these two brands of cars share many similarities which we will examine in this episode of the Infographic show : FERRARI vs LAMBORGHINI.
Ferraris and Lamborghinis have a reputation for being fast cars and in 2018 models from both companies do not disappoint in this regard A comparision of the specs posted on the company websites of both car manufacturers reveals that ferraris and lamborghinis are almost equally matched in terms of speed. The maximum speed of ferrari’s cars range from the Ferrari Portofino’s top speed of slightly over 199 miles per hour to the LaFerrari Aperta’s top speed of slightly over 217 miles per hour this is similar to the maximum speeds of lamborghini’s cars which range form Lamborghini Urus’s top speed of 189 miles per hour to the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster’s top speed of 221 miles per hour. These speeds are impressive. Especially when you realise that some of these cars are capable of moving faster than Japan’s super-conducting magnetic levitation train or SC Maglev when it runs at one go youro calls its maximum operating speed of 199 miles per hour. However, both Ferrari and Lamborghini are getting left behind in the dust when it comes to the fastest cars in the world competition. while some ferraris and lamborghinis still made it on to digital trends june 2018 list of the world’s fastest cars. they were outdone by less well-known companies like swedish automaker Koenigsegg and Henessey performance engineering located in city Texas. according to the manual, the title of the world’s fastest car is officially held right now by Koenigsegg Agera RS with an average top speed of 278 miles per hour followed by the Hennesey Venom GT with a recorded top speed of 270.4 miles per hour. Besides having similar speed ranges both ferraris and lamborghinis have similar performance similar performance results for acceleration and braking. The ferrari with the fastest acceleration rate is the Ferrari 488 fiesta. It goes from 0 to 62 miles per hour in 2.85 seconds according to while the specs from ferrari’s website show that the ferrari Portofino and the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T have the same slowest 0 to 62 miles per hour acceleration range of 3.5 seconds. According to Ferrari’s website, the braking distances for ferraris range from slightly under 105 ft. for Ferrari 812 Superfast to 111.5 ft. for the Ferrari Portofino The acceleration and braking specs for the lamborghinis website are nearly the same as those posted by ferrari. the time it takes for a lamborghini to accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour ranges from 2.8 seconds for the Lamborghini Centenario to 3.6 seconds for cars such as Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder and the Lamborghini Urus However, lamborghinis have slightly shorter braking distances than ferraris ranging from 98 feet for the Lamborghini Centenario to about 105 feet for some like the lamborghini Huracan models Both ferraris and lamborghinis also generally receive high marks for handling. for example, the 2018 Lamborghini Huracan performante won sports auto’s best handling car 2018 test according to some of the features that can tribute to the Huracan performante’s outstanding handling include a Double Wishbone Fully Independent Suspension Electronic Stability Control and an Electronically Controlled all-wheel drive system according to lamborghini’s company website. Meanwhile, digital trends praises the sophisticated technology that makes the 2018 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso one of the best handling grand tourers ever made. This technology includes 4WS E-Diff, F1-Trac, SCM and ESC, SSC4, SCM-E and 4RM EVO which stand for …… or four wheel drive in italian. Many ferraris and lamborghinis are gas guzzlers. but ferraris are slightly more fuel efficient than lamborghinis. the fuel consumption of 2018 ferraris ranges from the La Ferrari up heretus combined rate of 14 miles per gallon reported by to the ferrari portofino’s combined rate of about 22 miles per gallon posted on ferrari’s website. these figures are slightly better than EPI MPG’s for 2018 lamborghinis which range from the combined rate of 12 miles per gallon for the lamborghini Aventador S Coupe reported by to the combined rate of 16 miles per gallon for the lamborghini Huracan reported by car driver. Lamborghini’s hybrid concept car the Asterian gets significantly better gas mileage with combined fuel consumption rate of 57.4 miles per gallon. according to lamborghinis website. with so many similarities between two cars, you might be wondering what sets them apart from each other. the one noticeable difference between ferraris and lamborghinis is the design approach taken by the taken by their respective manufacturers. a business insider article summarises ferraris design approach ferraris are all about racing literally. the entire DNA of the brand according to some most infolancial in the world derives from the track and so ferrari founded the ferrari to build race cars. only later then he decided to create road cars