We don’t see a lot of Lamborghini’s rolling through Des Moines, or on the lifts in our shop (boy do we love seeing them, though). But this Italian-made car has a massive following of speed-crazed fans, celebrity collectors, and an entire subculture of car aficionados who obsess over speed, styling, and performance.
The price alone is reason enough to create some buzz. For example, if you can get your hands on a 2016 Lamborghini Aventador, you can expect to pay a cool $500,000. You don’t have to be a car buff to know that’s a staggering price tag for a vehicle.
But aside from price and performance, there’s at least one other thing that makes the Lamborghini unique. Every model from the Miura made in 1966, the well-known Diablo made in 1990, and the latest Aventador, is named after bulls that killed their matador.
Kind of crazy, or is it?
Lamborghini isn’t the only one who gives meaningful names to cars. Over the years, we’ve helped customers take care of their pride and joy on wheels, and on occasion even agreed to refer to the cars by their given name (instead of make and model).
Have you given your car a name? A lot of people have. Leave it to the Internet to discover that people are as obsessed about choosing the right name for their car as they are a newborn baby. But if you spend a lot of time in your car commuting, shuttling the kids from place to place, or log a lot of miles for work, maybe it just makes sense to give it a name.
Maintenance and Repairs for All Foreign and Domestic Cars
If you drive a domestic-made car like a Ford, Chevy, Chrysler, or Jeep, we’ll take handle your car repair needs, just like they were a member of the family. And if you drive a Honda, Toyota, Hyundai, Kia, or foreign-made car, that’s OK too.
With our team of technicians, state-of-the-art equipment, and decades of experience, we can repair any car, even if yours is named after a bull that killed its matador.
Click here to schedule a service appointment, contact us at 515-243-8185, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by at 901-8th Street in Des Moines.