The first one is FIAT CAMPAGNOLO and the second is as spectra said LAMBORGINI LM002, the details are as follows:
This was Fiat's answer to the Jeep. Designed by Dante Giacosa, the modest but brilliant engineer responsible for such classics as the Topolino, all of Fiat's rear-engined baby cars of the 50s and 60s, and, later, the 128 and 127. He schemed the Campagnola to Italian military specifications around existing Fiat 1100 and 1900 components, but with a splitter gearbox and transfer box to the front wheels. Because of the political situation in Italy at the time, it was felt that the car should be referred to as an agricultural vehicle, and in the end it was built for both civilian and military use. Production continued well into the '70s, when it was replaced by a new model based on the Fiat 132 chassis, but although it was long-lived and successful it was virtually unheard of outside Italy. Incidentally, Campagnolo meant 'country girl'.
The extraordinary LM 002 began life as the rear-engined V8 Cheetah prototype in the late '70s, and was essentially a massive tubular frame clad in an uncompromisingly square plastic body with four aluminium doors. It set itself apart from lesser off-roaders in its use of all-independent suspension and a protected underside that didn't leave the exhaust or gearbox vulnerable, even on the most unforgiving terrain. When the Lamborghini V12-engined production cars appeared in 1985, the engine was at the front and delivered 450bhp through a five-speed gearbox hitched up to a two speed transfer 'splitter', which gave ten ratios to play with. It was part-time four-wheel drive with freewheeling front hubs that could be locked in manually for off-road use. Lamborghini claimed 125mph flat out, 0-60 in 8.5 seconds and single figure fuel consumption, which explained the 62-gallon fuel tank.