Nice, I would buy it, if I could afford it...
IF IT AINT RWD; AND A CHEVY I DONT RIDE IT!!!!!
ALL CHEVY'S NEED TO BE RWD!!!!!
Those giant rear kick ups look terrible.
I like the front side vent, but the rear one has to go.
Other than that..me likey.
Tat first one is very Espada. Which is ok by me
One of my favourite Matchbox cars when I was a kid was of the Lamborghini Marzal (?). I think that was the show car that morphed into the production Espada. It had huge glass gullying doors I think.
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plus U12 Nissan Pintara SuperHatch.
69 HT Kingswood 186; 75 HJ Premier 202; 77 TC Gemini; 85 JD Camira SL/E 1.8i; CG06 Captiva LX 3.2V6, CG09 Captiva LX 3.2V6, 2012 VEII Commodore SV6 3.6sidi.
Keep Holden On.
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the first while quaint (and well done retro) would never sell - looks out of sync with what Lambo stands for today - that rounded greenhouse ...
the last one I like but good luck looking behind you to back up - you'd have to go with a rearview camera haha baby got back!
Awesome renderings! Love that Espada!
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I've always liked the Estoque concept. A V12, in a sedan styled after the F-22. Poor awesome sauce.
Looks fantastic as a 2 door/convert as well!
Thank you troops.
As to the reasoning for the high rear on the others, I was thinking about what have Lambo's been known for in recent times? Being all mid-engined they have all, especially the V12's, had massive rear sections and bad rear vision. It's almost a design feature now.... The rear mass of Lamborghini's seems almost to be pushing the rest of the car down the road...
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