As Lamborghini’s go, the Jarama is one of it’s most interesting ’70s era cars. It’s intriguing because the 2+2 grand tourer looks almost like a conventional car – or as … Continue reading
Concept cars have always offer both promise and propaganda. The promise is what’s possible or better yet, what might end up in your local dealer’s showroom. The propaganda is the … Continue reading
While the supercar boom of the 70s may have been started by lamborghini with the launch of the Contach in 1969 it would not be long before the Italian company … Continue reading
The Countach set high standards forty years for supercars, so much so that it became everyone’s ideal of an exotic well after its lifecycle. Lamborghini’s relentless struggle with Ferrari would see them … Continue reading
The Espada was Lamborghini’s first breakout success. Hard to imagine if you saw the ugly Urraco/Marzal concept cars it was based on.
After driving his car through a window of a café, Ferruccio decided he was done with racing…