Lamborghini’s first sports car.
The 350 GT introduced a design that was a more balanced evolution of the prototype 350 GTV (conceived by Franco Scaglione), and was the first Lamborghini car to be officially mass-produced.
The 350 GT was an instant success, and Carrozzeria Touring produced 120 units, the majority of which featured the 3.5 liter 12-cylinder engine and 320 hp. On top of that, Carrozzeria Touring also spawned two Spyder versions (350 GTS).
The bodywork was enriched with aluminum inserts, independent suspension, four disc brakes and – on select units – limited-slip differential.