The Service and Repair company Lamborghini Drivers Trust.
Fast, ferocious, fun, phenomenal-looking… Lamborghini — it's so awesome to work on Lamborghinis in our shop every day, and to get to know the people who drive them. At 6th Gear Performance Engineering, we only service supercars, so you can expect high standards, historical knowledge, and genuine love for your car when you bring your Lamborghini to us. It's also nice to know we're not scared of your car; we want to work on your car—like you, we consider it to be a work of automotive art.
Finding a qualified mechanic to work on your new or vintage Lamborghini is no easy task. You need to know the shop has the right tools, equipment, and knowledge to precision repair and tune your vehicle. We absolutely do at 6th Gear Performance Engineering. Our supercar technicians are trained to work on Lamborghini cars, and we invest in factory diagnostic computers to handle repairs accurately and efficiently for all Lamborghini models.
Models: Lamborghini Aventador, Lamborghini Gallardo, Lamborghini huracan, Lamborghini SUV, Lamborghini veneno and Lamborghini urus.
In addition to handling mechanical repairs, we also offer paint and body repair if you are restoring a vintage Lamborghini.
All the work we do on Lamborghinis is carried out using a full range of Lamborghini special tools, and our parts department is on hand to supply original Lamborghini parts and accessories. We also do high-performance upgrades on Lamborghinis, using in-house engineered designs, such as racing and sports exhausts, racing performance brakes, ECU tuning, and more. At 6th Gear Performance Engineering, we operate by a total service commitment to our customers and the cars they drive. Believe us when we say your Lamborghini could not be in better hands.
History of Lamborghini,
Ferruccio Lamborghini, an Italian manufacturing businessman, founded Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini S.p.A back in 1963 to compete with other successful businesses, including Ferrari. He started off by manufacturing tractors for the first couple of years. However, he drove a Ferrari for the first time and became frustrated with a nagging clutch problem on the car…this annoyed him so much that he started manufacturing Supercars instead of tractors!
The world of bullfighting is a key concept for Lamborghini. In 1962, Ferruccio visited a farm in Seville which specialised in breeding fighter bulls. As Lamborghini was a Taurus, he was so impressed by the majestic animal, he decided to use one as his emblem for the business he was about to create. This is a very iconic logo!
The company was once independent, but is now part owned by Volkswagen AG together with Audi.
Lamborghini also provides two versions of the Gallardo to the Italian state police. They are also often used to deliver organs to patients awaiting transplants