Lamborghini's first four-seater, aside from the LM002 and Urus.

Throughout the historic lineage of Automobili Lamborghini, the Italian supercar manufacturer is known for creating some of the most iconic and recognizable examples in the automotive industry. With production models like the Miura, Countach, and Diablo acting as poster cars for car enthusiasts, the fascination drew many to discover other early mystery models like the legendary Espada 400 GT. As Lamborghini continues to celebrate the roar of its notorious V12 in 2022, the brand commemorates the Espada 400 GT as one of the engine recipients during its 60-year involvement. The Lamborghini Espada 400 GT began its life in March 1968 and debuted at the Geneva Motor Show as the manufacturer’s first four-seat vehicle with extra space for passengers and luggage.

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Ferruccio Lamborghini’s innovative take on the perfect grand tourer led the Espada 400 GT to become the best-selling model during its time on the production line. A larger body and extra cabin space meant more surface area for exquisite Italian design, presenting each build with generous amounts of leather and other refined finishes. At the heart of the Espada 400 GT lies the 60-degree 3.5-Liter V12 engine (4.0L increase in 1964), capable of producing up to 350 horsepower at 7500rpm. While the Lamborghini Espada 400 GT doesn’t receive as much fame as its Murcielago and Aventador SVJ siblings, a long list of celebrity owners includes musician Sir Paul McCartney, EVO magazine founder Harry Metcalfe, American tv host Jay Leno, and many more. There have also been numerous films featuring the Espada, including around 50 significant titles. The most famous among fans of the model is the 1973 Italian movie “Flatfoot” starring Carlo Pedersoli. A total of 1226 cars were produced across three series: 176 of the Espada 400 GT Series 1 between 1968 and 1969, 578 of the Espada 400 GTE Series II between 1970 and 1972, and 472 of the Espada 400 GTS Series III between 1972 and 1978. View all of the current Lamborghini examples for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking on the link below. Check back into duPont REGISTRY for more upcoming luxury lifestyle releases and Automobili Lamborghini news.


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