Caravan of dreams Tens of Lamborghini together in Switzerland
By: Fedora Atjeh | September 20, 2017
Last weekend Lamborghini Polo Storico organized in Switzerland the first official Elegance Competition of the Sant'Agata Bolognese brand, with dozens of classic Lamborghini models and dedicated to the famous Swiss architect Le Corbusier, native of La Chaux-de-Fonds, where he held the contest.
The event was attended by icons of the house as the Lamborghini Miura, Countach or Sword, more unknown models such as Silhouette or Jarama, and even the LM002 SUV, plus spectacular prototypes like the curious Lamborghini Marzal or modern beasts like the Aventador or Venom Roadster.
In addition to being exposed, all the cars made a route in caravan by roads of the country alpine, to the delight of the fans. Of course, the elegance contest awards ceremony featured judges of international caliber to choose the best vehicle of the event, which turned out to be a Lamborghini Miura SV green 1971, owned by the Japanese Ezio Tomita.
The prize of consolation to the participant who traveled the most to reach the appointment in Switzerland was taken by a Lamborghini Countach QV of 1987, whose driver made no less than about 2,500 kilometers to go to the first Concours d'Élégance of Lamborghini.
The unique Marzal prototype, conveniently restored, was precisely the star of the event. Designed by Marcello Gandini (Bertone), it was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1967 and even conducted at the Monaco Grand Prix by Prince Rainier, accompanied by Grace Kelly. In 2011 he changed hands, moving from the Bertone Museum to a private collection, for about 2 million dollars.