Released in 1968, Espada was Lamborghini’s first four-seat vehicle and its biggest selling model for years. Encapsulating an exceptional approach to technical innovation, thanks to the front-mounted 4.0-litre Lamborghini V12 engine it was always an extremely fast grand tourer despite the step up in size. It could comfortably seat four adults and had more space for both luggage and passengers than the 400 GT 2+2 (its predecessor) and the Isler 400 GT 2+2. In addition, Espada featured truly outstanding finish, with generous amounts of leather and other refined materials, as… Read more


Lamborghini has just sent carbon fibre materials to the International Space Station. This is part of a major testing campaign sponsored by the ISS US National Laboratory and overseen by the Houston Methodist Research Institute. The aim is to analyse the response of five different composite materials produced by Lamborghini to the extreme stresses induced by the space environment. On board the ISS for a period of six months, the materials will be subjected not only to extreme thermal excursion cycles with peaks from -40 to +200 degrees Celsius, but… Read more