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Lamborghini Flying Star II

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Lamborghini Flying Star II
Lamborghini
aka Chassis No. 0904
Engine No. 301
Production 1966
Class Concept Car (1 produced)
Body Style 2-door, 2-seat, hatchback coupe
Length 4380 mm
Width 1720 mm
Height 1200 mm
Wheelbase 2550 mm
Weight 1300 kg
Transmission 5-speed Manual
Engine 4.0 litre (3939 cc) 60 degree DOHC V12, 6 twin-barrel Weber 40 DCOE carburetors
Power 320 hp @ 6500 rpm
276 lb-ft of torque @ 4500 rpm
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Designer Carrozzeria Touring

The Lamborghini Flying Star II was a prototype concept car built by Carrozzeria Touring in 1966 on a Lamborghini front engine chassis.

With the Flying Star II Carrozzeria Touring, desperately starving for commissions at the time, tried to arouse the interest of Lamborghini. The car had an aluminum V12 engine, 5 speed transmission, fully independent suspension and disc brakes all around. Unfortunately, its large size for a two-seater, angular lines, and controversial roof design made it look like a station wagon. Lamborghini decided to stay with its current 350GT/400GT models. This would be the last design to come out of Carrozzeria Touring before the company closed its doors.


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