Apparently, Vila Concorso d’eleganza this year, is home to old concept cars that somehow come back to life. First, the concept of Ferrari 512 S Modulo (whether UFOs, or sports car) caught our attention. But now we want to celebrate Lamborghini Marzal 1967. This concept was designed by Marcello Gandini of Bertone.
The Lamborghini Marzal was a concept car presented at the Geneva motor show of 1967.
As planned by its creators, quadruple Lambo had to join a racing team Ferruccio Lamborghini. Based on the model of the Miura, the concept was extended by 127 mm wheelbase.
Visually hard to miss the concept Marzal with its silvery coloring, which is primarily visible on the upholstery, through which the car looks like he’s ready for the future. Especially noteworthy is “very invisible” Windows that extend to the door sills.
In addition to strange design, the Marzal concept also has a very specific engine behind the rear seats. We are talking about a 2.0-liter inline six that produces 175 horsepower, which in turn are routed through a 5-step “mechanics” on the wheel. Well, actually this is a version of Lamborghini engine 4.0 L V12 split into two parts.
Published here the video is not the only one, which depicted the Italian concept. In addition to the Geneva motor show, he also appeared at the Grand Prix of Monaco in 1967 and in 1996 in California. He was then sold at auction in Ville d’este in about $ 2 million in 2011.