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The supercar icon of the 1970s - The Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopio

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Lamborghini Countach LP400 driven by Valentino Balboni

1980 Lamborghini Countach LP400S

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1996 Zagato Raptor | No Intro Needed...This IS The Ultimate Lamborghini

30 OCTOBER 2019 The Zagato Raptor was designed in conjunction with Lamborghini SpA as a limited-production model intended to bridge the gap between the Diablo and its subsequently stillborn successor, the Lamborghini Canto. Although the model never went into production, the stunning one-off Raptor concept was significantly lighter and more elegant than the standard Diablo. It was unveiled at the 1996 Geneva Motor Show and garnered significant attention, not only for its exceptional performance, but also for its futuristic aesthetics, which were the product of Zagato’s new computer-aided design equipment. Indeed, it was one of the very first cars to be designed entirely by a digital design and manufacturing process, negating the need to produce a single scale model. As a result, Zagato’s engineers achieved the remarkable feat of producing the concept from a clean sheet design in less than four months under the guidance of chief designer Nori Harada. The Raptor itself was buil

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Concorso d’Eleganza 2019 - Lamborghini & Design

Lamborghini Miura SV

Lamborghini Azzurro Mexico Miura P400S | Villa d’Este

A special participant in the prestigious 2019 Concorso d'Eleganza of Villa d’Este (24-26 May) is the Miura P400 S (1971) that belonged to Little Tony, one of the most successful Italian singers of the ’60s. An enthusiast of motors and especially sports cars, he bought three Miuras, including the one in the blue Azzurro Mexico color with black interior, which will be competing at Villa d’Este in the class called “Baby You Can Drive My Car: Cars of the Music Stars”. Currently owned by an Italian collector, the car has been certified by Lamborghini Polo Storico. The P400 S chassis number #4797 was delivered on 2 March 1971 in the Republic of San Marino to Antonio Ciacci, known to the general public by his stage name, Little Tony. Though he was born in Tivoli (province of Rome), he had always been, at least officially, a citizen of San Marino. The car, however, was registered in Italy, with a Rome license plate, in May 1973. The car has been completely restored with the suppor

The Italian Job Lamborghini Miura P400

The orange Miura P400 (technically “Arancio Miura”) with white/black leather interior has been the most pursued Miura in recent decades: it appears at the start of the film, driven by the actor Rossano Brazzi on the Great St Bernard Pass. In the movie plot the car is destroyed, but nobody would have really ruined what was the most desired car of the moment. In reality, Paramount also depicted an identical, crashed Miura. Just a few years after the film’s release, once it had been established that the car used in filming was not the one destroyed in the on-screen accident, a hunt began to find the opening-scene Miura. Over the following five decades, enthusiasts and collectors from around the world searched and amassed numerous and sometimes conflicting clues. The current owner of this historic model, The Kaiser Collection of Vaduz (Liechtenstein), decided to consult Lamborghini Polo Storico in an attempt to give, once and for all, a chassis number to the Miura driven by Brazzi. 

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