1967 Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone)

Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Three-quarter view showing the gullwing doors open
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Three-quarter view showing the gullwing doors open
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Side view showing the glass doors
Side view showing the glass doors
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone) - at a preview of the London Motor Show at Earl’s Court, 17th October 1967 - Photo by Mike McLaren/Central Press/Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone) - at a preview of the London Motor Show at Earl’s Court, 17th October 1967 - Photo by Mike McLaren/Central Press/Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Benedict Redgrove
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Benedict Redgrove
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Benedict Redgrove
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Benedict Redgrove
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Benedict Redgrove
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Benedict Redgrove
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Benedict Redgrove
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Benedict Redgrove
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Tom Wood / Courtesy of RM Auctions
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Piotr Degler Jablonski
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Piotr Degler Jablonski
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Piotr Degler Jablonski
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Piotr Degler Jablonski
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Piotr Degler Jablonski
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Piotr Degler Jablonski
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Photo: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior - Photo: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior - Photo: Rainer W. Schlegelmilch
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Interior
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Рисунок А. Захарова
Lamborghini Marzal (Bertone), 1967 - Рисунок А. Захарова
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The Lamborghini Marzal, a one-off prototype concept car, designed by by Marcello Gandini of the Bertone design studio - the first car with glass in lower doors
The Lamborghini Marzal was designed by Marcello Gandini and built by Bertone in 1967. The car featured 2 double length gullwing doors, which opened to reveal 4 bucket seats. The car was constructed on the chassis of a Lamborghini Miura and the body constructed from sheet steel and an aluminum bonnet. The engine was an inline 6 cylinder unit, effectively one half of the Lamborghini Miura’s V12 engine and mounted transversely above the rear axles. The car also features 6 rectangular iodine headlamps. The name Marzal originated from a breed of fighting bull.

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Making its debut at the 1967 Geneva Motor Show, the Lamborghini Marzal concept’s revolutionary styling sent shockwaves through the automotive industry. Today, some of the design cues are still apparent in the most contemporary Lamborghini supercars.

In 1967, Ferruccio Lamborghini sought to add a third car to his company’s line-up, which already boasted the celebrated Miura, as well as the 400GT. He was keen to add a proper four-seater (the 400GT was a 2+2), and therefore repeated the previously fruitful commissioning of styling house Bertone to create the Marzal, which took its name from a strain of fighting bull. Heading Bertone was a 28-year-old Marcello Gandini, who had become a star in his own right after being credited for the exquisite Miura a year earlier; despite the fact that the majority of the design was the work of his predecessor Giorgetto Giugiaro, with Gandini making alterations and Nuccio Bertone finalising the design. Apparently, Bertone sent Gandini on holiday during this phase to curb his enthusiasm.

But this served only to make Gandini hungrier for success, and the Marzal gave him the opportunity to break the mould cast by his peers. His inventiveness was demonstrated by electing to use a pair of gullwing doors in place of the conventional four-door configuration, in order to retain coupé-like aesthetics while adding the required practicality of a four-seater. Like the roof, the doors were made of glass to give the innovative Lamborghini an airy atmosphere inside (the total glass area of the car was a whopping 4.5 square metres), though Ferruccio Lamborghini famously objected to them, noting that they “offer no privacy: a lady’s legs would be there for all to see.”

But in general, the design was well received, with the well-respected British journalist LJK Setright declaring it “perhaps the most extravagant piece of virtuoso styling to have come out of Europe since the war”. Other notable styling features included the repeated use of the hexagonal theme, apparent in the honeycombed rear louvres, dashboard, steering wheel and seats, as well as the restyled Campagnolo wheels.

The car sat on a Miura chassis, its wheelbase extended by 120mm to provide the required extra space to accommodate a pair of full-size rear passengers. To further assist packaging, the engine – a 2.0-litre inline six, formed from the rear bank of the 4.0-litre Lamborghini V12 – was rotated 180° and moved aft of the rear wheels, which effectively made the Marzal the first (and only) rear-engined Lamborghini. The 175bhp powerplant was fed through a triumvirate of Weber carbs, and enjoyed commendation for its ‘lively’ nature by the Italian Quattroruote magazine, which tested the prototype for its October 1967 issue.

The Marzal’s most famous outing though was at the Monaco GP of 1967, where the hexagonal seats were literally ‘graced’ by royalty: it was used as the pace car for the race, with Princess Grace and her husband using it to parade around the circuit before the event began. It may have been this appearance which initiated the popularity of Matchbox and Dinky scale models of the car, but of more importance was its influence on subsequent Lamborghinis. A year later saw the unveiling of the Espada: a Gandini-penned spiritual production version of the Marzal, which retained its general proportions but lost the rear engine layout, conspicuous doors and honeycombed addenda of its forebear. However, subtle hints of the Marzal can be seen to this day in production Lamborghinis – in particular the hexagonal shape, which has been progressively incorporated into the company’s design language. Just take a look at the rear louvres of a Murciélago LP670-4 SV, or the plaque on the V12 engine of an Aventador.

Although it ultimately remained a one-off (now in a private collection following its sale at the 2011 Ville d’Este), the Marzal is one of the definitive cars of the post-War coachbuilding industry that was dominated by the ever-expressive Italians. At the time, an American magazine pointed out that Gandini’s design instantly made “everything else seem dated”, illustrated by the fact that its production successor remained on sale until 1978. But perhaps most impressive is that some of its styling cues have endured several generations of automotive design, and even seem to be increasingly relevant more than four decades later.

Joe Breeze - www.classicdriver.com


Прозрачная капсула салона, подъемные двери-крылья, четыре места в салоне и соты на передней панели — создав Lamborghini Marzal, Марчелло Гандини (в 1967 году он возглавил ателье Bertone) дал старт эпохе провокаций.

«Выставка мечты» (Сергей ЗНАЕМСКИЙ) - Газета АВТОРЕВЮ, 2009 год / №1 (418)


На базе узлов мелкосерийной модели "Ламборгини-миура" в 1967 году был построен опытный образец спортивного автомобиля "Марцал". Его конструкцию, и в частности кузов, разработала фирма "Бертоне". Машина не предназначалась для серийного производства, она должна была наметить новые пути в дизайне. Полностью застекленные двери, открывающиеся наверх, давали -доступ сразу к обоим рядам сидений - такое решение в мировой практике еще не встречалось. Прозрачная крыша, металлизированная окраска наружных панелей (отделка салона из синтетических материалов тоже с металлизованным покрытием) придали всей конструкции легкость, воздушность. Этот эффект усиливался благодаря световому блику на пороге кузова и контрастной поясной линии, которая скрывала силовой брус двери.

Новшеством явилось также использование в оформлении мотива пчелиных сот. Ему подчинена форма ободков на циферблатах приборов и отверстий в дисках литых колес, контуры подушек у сидений, а также рисунок ячеек в задней панели кузова. Функционально эта панель служит капотом двигателя, солнцезащитными жалюзи, а благодаря малой толщине "сотовых" перемычек не ограничивает обзорность назад.

Специалистам из "Бертоне" удалось создать стремительную и необычную композицию довольно вместительного и комфортабельного кузова, послужившую образцом для подражаний.

Из особенностей конструкции "Ламборгини-марцал" заслуживают также внимания шесть очень низких прямоугольных галогенных фар, встроенных в переднюю кромку кузова, сильно наклоненное лобовое стекло и силовой агрегат, расположенный поперечно впереди задних, ведущих колес.

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Anonymous
30 мая 2008 г.
Ugly car
sem31
11 апреля 2011 г.
Нема слів автомобіль супер.
baptiste
19 мая 2012 г.
voiture très géométrique:)
медведь
31 января 2014 г.
хороша машина да только двери не очень
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