|Lamborghini 3500 GTZ Zagato|
|aka||Zagato chassis no. 0310 and 0322|
|Production||1965 (2 produced)|
|Class||Supercar, Sports Car|
|Body Style||2-door, 2-seat, front-engined Berlinetta|
|Transmission||ZF 5-speed & reverse manual, Salisbury self-locking differential, RWD|
|Engine||4.0 litre (3939 cc) 60º front-mounted V12, aluminium block with pressed-in liners,Dual overhead camshafts, chain drive, two valves/cyl|
|Power|| 320 hp @ 6500 rpm|
276 lb-ft. @ 4500 rpm
|Designer||Ercole Spada under Zagato|
The Lamborghini 3500 GTZ was a car designed by Ercole Spada under Zagato in 1965 and built apart from Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. Lamborghini's management hated it, however, because it looked too much like their upcoming Miura and it very closely resembled Ferrari's 250GTO, though lacking the awesome looks and charisma of that berlinetta.
It is notable in that this car actually represented the only relation between Lamborghini and Zagato (besides the later stillborn "Canto"), the latter was never contracted by Ferruccio, who liked Bertone's designs better, as almost all the Lamborghini designs to follow the 350/400 GT were executed by Nucio Bertone and his design team.
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