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Legendary Lamborghini Marzal Makes Way For Innovation

Remember the Lamborghini Marzal? Let us refresh your memory. The modern Marzal concept car was conceived by famed auto designer Marcello Gandini, and contained a number of iconic elements that would unfortunately never make it to production, but endowed this Lamborghini model with a unique flair. Here are just some of the outstanding aspects of the Marzal:


Under the hood, the Lamborghini Marzal was powered by a transversally mounted in-line six-cylinder engine. While this engine was derived at least in part from that of the Lamborghini Miura production car, it never was produced at scale.

Design, Doors, and Windows

The Lamborghini Marzal was very modern for its day. This classic Lamborghini also featured high-end leather, a multicolor instrument panel and stepped rear window cover that from the inside, revealed a hexagonal pattern./p>

You can't help but notice the doors on the Lamborghini Marzal. Featuring two panels of windows (one at conventional height and another below the waistline), the Marzal sported an open and airy cabin. The open, airy feel of the Marzal's cabin was aided by the addition of a glass roof, too - a feature that is common in modern cars but was awe-inspiring at the time the Marzal debuted. Also of note were the Marzal's doors; not just any doors, the doors on this Lamborghini model were special gullwings that extended past where a passenger door would normally begin, giving rear passengers partial direct views out of the large glass double-windows.

If you look closely at new Lamborghini vehicles, you might find echoes of the Marzal, including glass panoramic roofs and hexagonal design motirs.

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