Gallery Lamborghini Prototype Exhibition at Audi Museum

At the Audi Forum in Ingolstadt a special exhibition for the Lamborghini Prototypes is showcased. The exhibition shows a nice collection of unique Lamborghini cars, besides the extraordinary cars that are already in the museum.

In the gallery below you will come across a Lamborghini 400 GT “Monza” (1966), Lamborghini Miura S (1969), Lamborghini Countach LP400 (1974), Lamborghini P 132 (1986), Lamborghini Diablo Roadster (1992), Lamborghini Calà (1995), Lamborghini P 147 “Canto” (1997), Lamborghini P 147 “Acosta” (1997), Lamborghini Concept S (2005) and a Lamborghini Murcièlago “Versace” (2006).

The special exhibition can be seen till July 31, 2011.

[Via Teamspeed]

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  1. The gray one reminds me strongly of the Cizeta V12 Moroder and it’s IMO the ugliest car in this collection. All the others are just spectacular. It’s a collection of art.

  2. The Cizeta was originally pitched to Lamborghini. Lamborghini changed up the design and created the Diablo. When some employees left, they built the Cizeta. Its designed by the same fellow that designed the Countach.

  3. The fellow is Marcello Gandini and the guys who built it has nothing to do with Lamborghini. Claudio Zampolli is garage owner and Giorgio Moroder is record producer. But the design truly was meant to be Diablo, but they changed it. It was good decision if you ask me.


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