Lamborghini Polo Storico went back in history, taking the Lamborghini Marzal back to Monte Carlo for the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique. The first and last car of its kind was made in 1967 and last weekend, more than 50 years later, it was once again opening the qualifiers and races of 1966-1972 Formula 1 vehicles at this celebrated event, driven by his Serene Highness Prince Albert of Monaco accompanied by his nephew Andrea Casiraghi. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Lamborghini Espada, there was also an Espada model, chassis #9090, which has just been restored at the Polo Storico workshop in Sant’Agata Bolognese. In 1967, Lamborghini took its latest creation to Monte Carlo on the occasion of the Formula 1 Grand Prix. The Lamborghini Marzal is a four-seater GT and an extraordinary futuristic prototype made by Carrozzeria Bertone, with glazed gullwing doors offering an almost unimpeded view of the interior, with silver leather upholstery and a rear transverse engine. The Ma...

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