The 4-seater Espada was Lamborghini’s most popular automobile to date, thanks to a striking design, amazing performance, and a convenient interior. Powered by a longitudinal, front-mounted, 4-liter DOHC V12 engine, the GT had a power output of 350 hp. Featuring rear-wheel drive, six Weber twin-choke carburetors, independent front and rear suspension and four-wheel hydraulic disc brakes, the 1973 Lamborghini Espada was an advanced vehicle that gave its owners a lot of enjoyment. Designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, the body presents long and curved rear quarters, and a characteristic wide windshield. Introduced in 1972, the series III model featured a redesigned interior including a new dashboard and steering wheel, as well as a new grille and new vented brakes. Power went up to 375 hp by the end of the production run in 1978.
Iconic GT of the 1970s, the Lamborghini Espada is a true enthusiast vehicle. Although the model was a great success, production was limited as Lamborghini was still a new brand on the market. Only 483 units of the 1973 Lamborghini Espada series III were made until the end of the production run in 1978. If you’re wondering how to find your perfect classic, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a great place to start your research. The team is available to assist you with defining exactly what options and characteristics fit your needs and to help you establish your budget including the value of the classic and maintenance needs. The team’s long-time experience in the industry gives them a valuable expertise when it comes to buying classics and they’ll share useful tips and advice with you anytime. For example, the experts will tell you that inspecting the vehicle’s paperwork is of great importance as it tells a lot on the model and will define the car’s value in the long-term.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team anytime to find out about the latest models of 1973 Lamborghini Espada available at their Los Angeles-based classic car dealership. The friendly staff is looking forward to speaking with you soon and sharing stories about classic Lamborghinis!
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