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 […]
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 […]
Having produced cabriolets from DS models for its own account since October 1958, the coachbuilder Henri Chapron was commissioned to develop a Citroen DS Cabriolet production model. Following the design of three prototypes, the new car was unveiled in October 1960 at the Paris Motor Show.
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.
Citroen DS made its debut at the 1955 Paris Motor Show on Thursday 6 October. The model’s avant-garde body design set a new benchmark immediately. Some 12,000 DS 19 models were sold that day, but by the end of the Paris Motor Show ten days later, some 80,000 firm orders had been taken.