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There are many reasons that have contributed to the success of Italian sports cars. Car racers who have used Italian sports cars are probably the biggest reason for their world wide fame but you have to factor in the ordinary people who love to collect amazing cars for the thrill of it. Italian sports cars are generally high end but many people like to compromise in their lives and buy at least one amongst the many different varieties of Italian sports cars. Style and speed is something that comes with these cars. In Italy the majority of the sports cars are made locally but there are also a number of sports cars that are made in foreign lands and then imported into the country.
Basically the Italians began constructing sports cars for the purpose of racing. No doubt they have some of the best looking cars the world has ever seen but these good looks are almost always matched with an equally good performance for racing. Their stunning looks have earned them world wide acclaim. One unique thing about the vast collection of Italian sports cars is that they are equally good for zipping through the city streets as they are for the race course. Hence we find that many ordinary people have also taken to these cars due to their great looks and superior performance.
The big names
The Enzo Ferrari is probably the most famous sports car to originate from Italy. In terms of its technological makeup it stands unparalleled to any other car in the world. It is an ideal car for racing but has been taken as a super luxury car by the masses for their personal use as well. The performance of the Ferrari Enzo on the streets is also commendable. This model of Ferrari is an extremely exclusive one as the company has only released 350 such cars into the international market. The Ferrari Enzo has a high performance engine which is covered inside a carbon fiber body. It is considered as the prime Italian sports car amongst all the other varieties of Italy and takes its name from its founder who hoped that one day this car would be seen on the streets more than it was on the race tracks.
Almost synonymous with the name of Ferrari is the name of another Italian sports car manufacturer Lamborghini. The sports cars from this company are only second to Ferrari and have developed a world wide success. Maserati, Pagani Fiat, Iso, Italdesign and Alfa Romeo are the names of some of the other leading sports car manufacturers of Italy. All these companies are involved in the production of prestigious cars that provide amazing exteriors with sophisticated interiors. They are traditionally known for their aero dynamic shapes, smooth curves and fine solid structures. The look of these cars gives the watcher a clear idea about the performance that they are capable of even when the cars are not in motion. From concept cars these beautiful machines have become concrete realities for people to enjoy.