The Lamborghini legacy started in 1963 with this car, the 350 GTV prototype. It made its debut at the ’63 Turin Auto Show and was built in Ferruccio Lamborghini’s tractor factory when the man became frustrated with his Ferrari and decided he’d be better off building his own car. Its semi-fastback body was somewhat controversial and attracted plenty of attention. It was conceived of by Franco Scaglione and built by Carrozzeria Sargiotto in Turin. It was powered by a 3.5-liter dry sump racing-specific V12 designed by Giotto Bizzarrini. The 350 GTV had 342 horsepower with 240 lb-ft of torque. The prototype was unveiled at the 1963 Turin Auto Show and garnered a lot of attention from the press, not all of it positive, but it didn’t matter. An automotive legend was born in the brand Lamborghini. Ferruccio was unhappy with some of the aspects of the GTV and didn’t like the tuning of the engine so the body was restyled and the engine de-tuned to 270 bhp to make it better on the road. Thus in 1964 the first production Lamborghini came to life in the 350 GT.