If you are a Lamborghini lover, it doesn’t get better than this. The 1967 Marzal, which debuted at the 1967 Geneva Motor Show, just fetched an impressive $2.1 million at RM Auctions’ annual Villa d’Este auction. The car is the perfect example of everything that the German car maker’s design philosophy stood for, fast automobiles that were comfortable to ride in. After the motor show, the one off car was sent straight to the Bertone Design Study Museum, with its first appearance only as recent as at the 1996 Concours Italiano in Monterey, California.
Designed by Marcello Gandini, who was also the brain behind the Miura and Countach, this is undoubtedly his best work. The long and low car spots gullwing doors, and 50 square feet of glass with just half the power of a regular Lamborghini engine.