1963 – Ferruccio Lamborghini made his dream of building his own sports car come true with the 350 GTV prototype. This unique car with the now famous bull shield helped create the legend. It was a sign of more to come…
350 GTVA promising beginning
1963 – The 350 GTV was unveiled at the 1963 Turin Auto Show, and despite the fact that its V12 engine was not installed in the car but put on display next to it, the 350 GTV attracted the attention of press, audiences and competitors.
350 GTAn immediate success
1964 – After the presentation of the first prototype in 1963, the 350 GTV was mass-produced a year later. The name was changed to 350 GT and several modifications to the car's bodywork were made. The car was an immediate success. 120 units were produced, the majority with the 3.5 liter 12-cylinder engine and 320 HP.
350 GTSTwo of a kind
1965 – The Lamborghini 350 GTS was the open-top version of the 350 GT. Only two units of this Spyder were produced, both went on display at the 1965 Paris Motor Show.