|Class||Concept Car (1 produced)|
|Body Style||2-door, 4-seat front-engined coupe|
|Transmission||5-speed manual, RWD|
|Engine||2.0 litre (1997 cc) Straight-6|
|Power||175 hp @ 6800 rpm|
|Designer||Marcello Gandini under Bertone|
Designed by Marcello Gandini of Bertone, it was created to supply Ferruccio Lamborghini with a true four-seater car for his lineup which already included the 400GT 2+2 and the Miura. It was distinguished by amply glazed gullwing-doors and an equally amply louvered rear window. Propulsion was by a 2L 175bhp V6 engine, actually a split-in-half version of Lamborghini's 4L V12, mated to a five speed transmission.
The Marzal remained a one-off, though the general shape and many of the ideas would go on to be used in the Espada. The Marzal design probably found wider recognition as a die-cast model by Matchbox, albeit in orange livery, although the original show car was painted in silver. This car was driven only once by Princess Grace and her husband as the Monaco Grand-Prix pace car the same year it was designed.
Historic Models: Murciélago LP640 · Roadster · LP670-4 SV · Reventón · Reventón Roadster · Miura · Countach · Diablo · Espada · Silhouette · Jalpa · 350GT · 400GT · Islero · Jarama · LM002 · Urraco · Gallardo Superleggera
Concept Cars: Athon · Bravo · Cala · Canto · Cheetah · Concept S · Faena · Flying Star II · Genesis · LM001 · LM003 · LM004 · LMA002 · Marco Polo · Marzal · Miura Concept · Portofino · Raptor · Stella · Miura Spyder Concept · Estoque Concept · Sesto Elemento Concept
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