Lamborghini is examining if it should add a fourth model line, and the Italian firm's CEO said a successor to the Espada 2+2 coupe could be in the cards. On Monday, Automotive News (subscription required) published an interview with Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali. When asked about the likelihood of getting to 10,000 units in 2019, the CEO said the only way to do that would be to add a fourth model line. AN followed up by asking if a 2+2 grand tourer to succeed the Espada could be that fourth model, Domenicali didn't shoot down the idea. In fact, he said the brand wants to launch a fourth...
French custom shop built a sinister Lamborghini Espada hot-rod
Hot rod culture is typically an American phenomenon. But the French have tried their hand at it with occasional positive results. France-based shops Danton Arts Kustoms and Carrosserie Hervé created this Lamborghini Espada hot rod, and it has all the elements of hot rod style though in a...Sean Szymkowski
Lamborghini Marzal concept to revisit Monaco
Before the Lamborghini Espada came to be, the Lamborghini Marzal previewed the distinctive wedge shape that was to come. The striking concept made its first appearance at the 1967 Geneva auto show but that wouldn't be its final stop. Unlike your typical concept, the Marzal has a richer history than...Sean Szymkowski
Lamborghini remembers the Espada and Islero as they turn 50
The Lamborghini Espada and Islero have each turned 50 years old, and both vintage Italians wear their designs better than we ever remember. To celebrate both milestones, Lamborghini announced Tuesday that both cars will be present at the Techno Classica 2018 in Essen, Germany, which runs March...Sean Szymkowski
Jay Leno shows off his 1969 Lamborghini Espada
This week, Jay Leno welcomes to his popular web series one of the most iconic grand touring cars of the 1960s and 1970s: The Lamborghini Espada. Notable for its outlandish shape that really ushered in a new era for wedge-styled supercars, the Espada may not be the quintessential Lamborghini, but...Andrew Ganz
Lamborghini’s Third Model Will Be An ‘Everyday’ Car
Perhaps the strongest indication yet that Lamborghini is planning to put its striking Estoque sedan concept from the 2008 Paris Auto Show into production has come by way of clear statements from the automaker’s CEO that a third Lamborghini model is in the works and that it will be an...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
The owner of a 1974 Lamborghini Espada received quite a shock when he attempted to start his car on Friday morning. The car belonged to a Bloomfield Township resident in Michigan, who wishes to remain anonymous, and was located in the garage of a house that the owner had just sold. According to the owner, the car erupted into flames upon being started and then exploded, managing to destroy a large portion of the house. The incident is still being investigated and the cause of the explosion is yet to be determined. For those unfamiliar with the Espada, the car was a four-seater grand tourer...