The legacy of the Lamborghini V12 started back in 1963, when Ferrucio Lamborghini founded the company to compete with Enzo Ferrari over a certain qualm. As a rebuttal, Feruccio gathered the most deft of men to give birth to the Lamborghini V12, a legacy much incremental in automotive history. Ever since then, the V12 has been Lamborghini’s flagship engine, and the very first V12 was revised and used till 2011 in the Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4 SuperVeloce. This is not to say it died though, but the newer V12s used in Lamborghini’s flagship lineup, the Aventador, were completely new and separated from its roots. Albeit, the original one designed by Giotto Bizzarinni lives on in spirit, fuelling the Lambo’s rage. As the world moves on though, big engines have been facing death’s door and the final iteration of the infamous Lamborghini V12 may be here.