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Muy bonitos y preciosos reportaje , como siempre de Petrolicious, pero comete un grave error su propietario. Lava los lamborghini al sol, es un gran error, yo no lo haría con mis dos M3e30, Cecotto y convertible. Saludos equipo de Petrolicious.
Finally, some love for Lamborghini GT automobiles!
I love those cars, and the details brought out in this piece.
That green needs to make a comeback!
Wow! This film is one of my favorites. As others have already said, videography, subject matter, form, color, design, muscular metal. Well done Petrolicious. You’ve once again captured the soul and why we love great cars.
Great story about color and the lines of the art.
Man, I love this Espada. It’s beautiful in a brutish way and has some great convenience items that make it more family friendly. I agree with @CruiseMulholland that this clip was really well shot, especially that closing scene!
Two classic Lamborghini’s in Turtle Wax Green. As the SNL Churchlady would sarcastically say:”how convenient”.
one of the best lensed Petrolicious clips. convincing the protagonists. glorious the verde Espada + Islero and profound the comments to the enthusiast Philip Moffat. lovely setting as well in the beautiful north of Germany.
Forest straight bird eye end scene spectacular.
Well done. I appreciate the insightful commentary and excellent videography.
Although this movie is sponsered very obviously, its still great and tasteful. I love the shot taken from a great height when the cars drive on the S-curved road. Well done!
Hello Philip. Where are you located? I also had a metallic green Islero S. I purchased in outside of Franfurt back in the late 1990s. Mine had a pure white interior. I regret selling that car a few years later more than any other car selling regret. The most underrated Ferrari/Lamborghini. Much better than a comparable Ferrari of the same period, of which I had two. I drove it every day for two years, rain or shine, and for three weeks around Germany and Austria. If you ever want to sell it please let me know 🙂
Hi Valoor007, send me your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org
best regards, Philip
Valor007, I believe I owned your old car back in 2001-2002 timeframe. SN 6643? I bought it out of Florida, then ended up trading it toward a Miura and it ended up in San Diego, CA last I knew. After the Miura, which I also sold long ago, this Islero S is the one I regret letting go most.
When style played a stronger role than drag coefficient
I feel like green cars are making a big comeback. And I love it. Down with the boring german color palate. Long live color….
The German color pallet didn’t used to be boring! Like the Porsche last week.
Not only is the color great on these Lamborghinis, but also the wheels. Campagnolos were the best!
I should correct that- was referring to the CURRENT german offerings of just great blacks and maybe a navy blue.