This one is for the Italian sports car fanatics, are you ready!?
Italian car manufacturers Lamborghini and Ferrari are known for their uncompromising two-seater sports cars.
The Ferrari 365 GT made its first public appearance at the Paris Motor show in October 1967.
Compared to other Ferraris, the 365 GT’s exterior tended towards the understated.
It is the biggest, heaviest Ferraris and one of the Ferrari’s that looks just as amazing in silver as it does in Ferrari red.
Ferrari 365 GT is a domain and sophisticated drive with unrestrained speed. Dignified, elegant and a real pleasure for the eyes – of course a Pininfarina design.
Engine wise, this beast with a 4.4L V12 Colombo yeals a strong 320hp – 0-100 in 7.3 seconds max 240km/ph.
Compared to the Ferrari 365 GT, the Lamborghini Espada has a different approach with a more avant garde appearance.
In fact the Lamborghini Espada stole the show at the Geneva Show in 1968 with its metallic green exterior.
Looking at the metallic green machine you could hardly believe that four people could fit in the car.
Designed by Bertone, the Espada is a real racecar for the streets, that coincidentally has four seats.
In contrast to its competitor Ferrari, Espada’s engine, handling and everything is more delicate and nervous – always pushing forward.
A 4L cylinder, 340hp, certainly is a race machine ready to raw the street.
Beats me, when it comes to choosing an Italian sports car, I can’t chose between these two, can I have both?