Lamborghini at Techno Classica

A wide range of Lamborghini classics were displayed at the 2015 Techno Classica. From the early elegant GTs (Miura, Espada, 350 GT and 400 GTS) to the brutal Countach and LM 002. Both styles have their followers and merits, but I honestly can’t choose a favourite. Maybe a graceful Miura as a daily driver, a brutal Countach Quattrovalvole for the weekends and the enormous LM 002 for some off road fun?
I would love it if they would start producing elegant GT’s again, besides the current aggressive sportscar model range. And at the same time they can perhaps drop the rumoured SUV (Urus)?
A Lamborghini is already remarkable, but two cars stood out from the crowd (regarding uniqueness), the 1969 Espada  Glass Roof prototype and the 1967 400 GTS Spyder.
And now without further ado … the pictures.

350 GT 1965, V12, 276 hp, one of 120.Lamborghini 350 GT

400 GTS 1967, V12, 315 hp, one of 2!Lamborghini 400 GTS

Miura, gorgeous in warm yellow/orange!Lamborghini Miura

Espada 1969, V12, 320 HP. Glass Roof prototype driven by Prince Rainier (Monaco) at the 1969 F1 Monaco Grand Prix in the Pace Car lap.Lamborghini Espada

Countach LP400 Periscopo 1975, V12, 370 hp, one of 157.Lamborghini Countach LP400

Countach LP400 Periscopo 1976, V12, 370 hp, one of 157. 2008 Pebble Beach Winner.Lamborghini Countach LP400

Countach Quattrovalvole 1987, V12, 414 hp, one of 610.Lamborghini Countach Quattrovalvole

LM002 1989, V12, 444 hp, one of 301.Lamborghini LM 002