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What if there would have been a Flying Spur inspired production version of the 350/400 GT
With the angular lines on the Lamborghini Islero, a Spyder version would have looked amazing
An estate is called a Familiare in Italy, so this Jarama GT Familiare would have been a great idea
A Lamborghini Jarama Spyder would require a totally different rear, note the little duck tail
Bertone actually had a design ready for a four-door Espada ... but image it having suicide doors
A convertible version of the Lamborghini Espada would need a large canvas roof to stow
I think production of a Lamborghini Miura Roadster would really have been a good idea
Despite a Jalpa Spyder prototype, I think this design would have sold very well
An actual production version of the Lamborghini LM002 Estate would have been nice
Production of an Estoque super sedan with Espada inspired window design would be amazing
I really liked the Aventador J, so a coupe version like an Aventador GTJ would be nice to have.
Why wouldn't they do a one-off Huracan Barchetta? Low windshield, no roof ... pure fun
There is talk about a new GT model from Lamborghini in the future, so a four-door super sedan might be possible
With all the 6x6 craze lately, wouldn't it be a great idea to create a six-wheel drive LM002
The Lamborghini Islero Spyder looks decent even with the roof closed
I rather like how sleek the Lamborghini Jarama Spyder would look with the roof up
A Lamborghini Espada is a big car, so the convertible version would need a large canvas roof
I think a Lamborghini Jalpa Spyder with this kind of canvas roof would be a very nice car
Would there have been a market for a four-door Jarama in the Seventies?
I really like the Lamborghini Silhouette, but I do think an Urraco with Silhouette styling looks great too.
 

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