Italian Super cars

Even tough our primary  businesses is German cars’ maintenance & repair (I love them for their precision and no none sense approach), we also love the Italian cars for their flamboyant style and their passion for fine automobiles. They known to play on your senses, beautiful design, rich textures and amazing sound is their trademarks.

Detroit Michigan is renowned for being the birthplace of Ford, GM, and Chrysler. But the Motor Valley in Bologna,  Italy eclipses its North American counterpart with prestigious marques Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Ducati and Pagani.

Many of these companies also have a museum in the region, with showroom and factory tours, featuring jaw dropping collections that will educate visitors on everything from auto world to world history.

I was lucky enough to visit BMW’s museum, BWM Wolrd in Munich Germany. Check out the related post here. 


Horacio Pagani moved from Argentina to Italy to pursue his passion for cars. After working at Lamborghini and consulting for the likes of Daimler and Ferrari, he began crafting his own super cars.

Our Favorite is the Pagani Huayra. Check out our Pagani Huayra page at here.


Founder Ferruccio Lamborghini amassed his personal wealth through a number of business, including tractor factory, which funded his pursuit to build a super car to riival Ferrari.


The brand is tied to racing and the Ferrari Museum in Maranello features Formula 1 simulators, two semi professional one for adults, and two junior ones for kids.


Established in Bologna, this luxury automaker is now headquartered in nearby Modena. They are working on the release of the Levante, the first SUV in  the company’s history.


Beginning as a producer of components for radio transmissions. Ducati  shifted it focus to motor bikes in 1946 and they became one of the world’s pre-eminent motorcycle makers.


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