Ferruccio Lamborghini began his modest company by building tractors. Over time, he obviously ended up crafting world-class hypercars, which seems quite a departure from farming fare. So how did the brand become a leading supercar maker from a tractor company? The story goes that Ferruccio became annoyed with a faulty Ferrari clutch and set out to build something better. The all-consuming and compassionate competition between Lamborghini and Ferrari continues decades later!

The tractor packs a four-cylinder Deutz Tier 4i unit. Note the honeycomb front grille, panoramic convex windows, modern engine cover and LED lighting…you know, for those hard-to-see crops! I suppose stalks of corn could be a challenge to see at a high velocity of speed. “Honey, I am farming late tonight…”