1968 – The Islero was the GT 400's successor and debuted at the 1968 Geneva Auto Show. The 2+2 Coupé highlighted Lamborghini's expertise in terms of the engine output, the chassis and the overall performance. Production ceased after 225 models of which the last 70 were put on the market in 1969 with a few changes to the body and luxurious interiors in the Islero S version.
Aventador LP 750-4 Superveloce Roadster: Lamborghini introduces the most reactive engineering ever. The Superveloce has been designed to become the fastest and most electrifying Lamborghini of all time, featuring the sportiest DNA, an improved V12 aspirated engine, engineering solutions geared to extreme lightness and a mix of innovative technological features.