The first production Lamborghini featuring carbon fiber components was the Countach Quattrovalvole in 1985.
There’s the story about how Horacio Pagani took a loan to buy an autoclave to be able to create all carbon fiber Countach Evoluzione for Lamborghini.
After they crash tested the 1984 Evoluzione, Lamborghini decided to put into series production.
Pagani worked on the Diablo project and Lamborghini’s F1, while setting up his own company in 1991, only to start working on the all-carbon Pagani Zonda two years later.
The Murcielago also had a full carbon body, but that fact remained hidden. The Aventador changed that by exposing more and more, while the limited edition Sesto Elemento was the lightest Lambo ever with a carbon chassis that replaced 72 aluminium parts of the Gallardo with a single piece of composite.