Is it just us, or is there a gap between Lamborghinis of old and their modern day cousins. Nowadays, Sant Agata makes mid-engined supercars, built with exotic materials and offering high-revving engines.
But when Ferruccio Lamborghini launched his company, he actually wanted to make something more usable, more manageable and practical than the Ferrari he bought and hated. A long line of front-engined V12 GT cars followed, starting with the 350 GT, a line that’s been dead for some time.
You see, nowadays, Ferrari is the making a much cheaper car, the California, while Lamborghini continues to focus on ever more exotic models.
But we bet some people who have owned a Diablo or Gallardo would rather drive something like this, a GT with a long bonnet that’s also comfortable to drive. This design created by Alex Imnadze is done in the spirit of the 350 – interesting mirrors, good proportions, strong design.