The story of Opel GT began at the 1965 IAA Frankfurt International Motor Show, where the company presented a two-seat sports car. The first Opel GT rolled off the assembly line in 1968, an early example of Franco-German cooperation. Thanks to previous joint projects, the coachbuilder Chausson and Brissoneau & Lotz was a proven partner […]
Mercedes-Benz caused a stir at the Geneva Motor Show in 1989 by unveiling the new Mercedes-Benz SL. It seamlessly continued the tradition of the Mercedes-Benz SL production sports cars, which had begun with the 300 SL (W 198) and the 190 SL (W 121). For the start of the new roadster in 1989, there were […]
The last 23 cars of the Lamborghini 350 GT featured a larger, 4-litre engine. This same engine was used in the new Lamborghini 400 GT which was presented in 1966 Geneva Motor Show. The new Lamborghini 400 GT was also created by Carrozzeria Touring, but compared to the 350 GT, this new models had restyled […]
Lamborghini GT 350 was a stylish and sporty coupe manufactured between 1964 and 1966. After the presentation of the first prototype in 1963, the production of the Lamborghini 350 GTV started a year later. The Lamborghini GT 350 was powered by 3.5-litre 12-cylinder V-engine. It produced 320 horsepower.
The Mimram brothers took over the Lamborghini company in July 1980, and established the Nuova Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini. The new owners started production of the Lamborghini LM002 off-road vehicle and also replaced the Lamborghini Silhouette with the Lamborghini Jalpa.
amborghini Silhouette was presented at the 1976 Geneva Auto Show as an evolution of the Urraco. Lamborghini Silhouette was a two-door, two-seat, mid-engined, rear-wheel drive sports car. With the Targa roof, the Silhouette proposed an alternative open version with the intention of winning over the difficult United States market.