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Old 09-10-2019, 05:12 AM
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I watched the video. I find the nose and tail to stick out a bit far for my tastes, but after seeing it in video compared to the concept pictures I appreciate it a lot more. Love the front daytime running lights, and the double swooping fender arches with the light continuation. Good mix of angular and curved lines.
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That's beautiful! See, that's what I like about Lamb.. there is NO confusing it for any other thing on the road. Ferrari makes a bunch of cars and sometimes i just don't see any continuity. McLaren's the same thing (they look generic).

But see this thing a block down the street and it LOOKS like a Lamborghini! See any Lamb from the past 30 years and it hard to confuse it for anything else.
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I want to hear how it sounds and how fast it is on a track.
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That's beautiful! See, that's what I like about Lamb.. there is NO confusing it for any other thing on the road. Ferrari makes a bunch of cars and sometimes i just don't see any continuity. McLaren's the same thing (they look generic).

But see this thing a block down the street and it LOOKS like a Lamborghini! See any Lamb from the past 30 years and it hard to confuse it for anything else.
Funny you say this..I went to coffee and cars this past weekend in Houston..Only G there was mine (stood out ). There were about 10 to 15 McLaren's and man do they all look the same!

I disagree with your Ferrari statement, they make some of the most beautiful cars and clearly tell it's a Ferrari.
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I disagree with your Ferrari statement, they make some of the most beautiful cars and clearly tell it's a Ferrari.
I think they can be individually beautiful, but taken as a whole marque, they have no obvious design language. For instance, Lamb has the "wedge," they pretty much own that shape and go the extra mile to make their cars look like wedges--hence a common design language.

For Ferrari, I find the FF/GTC4 repulsive (if I wanted practicality, I would buy a Golf, LOL). Also, their engines are all over the place (front/Mid/rear). I believe Lamb has stuck with the mid-engine design for several decades across all their models and I admire that "continuity."

That said, yes, there are some models that are striking.
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If there were any R8's there, they'd be ignored even more!
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I seem some Murcielago DNA in the front end look/design

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I think they can be individually beautiful, but taken as a whole marque, they have no obvious design language. For instance, Lamb has the "wedge," they pretty much own that shape and go the extra mile to make their cars look like wedges--hence a common design language.

For Ferrari, I find the FF/GTC4 repulsive (if I wanted practicality, I would buy a Golf, LOL). Also, their engines are all over the place (front/Mid/rear). I believe Lamb has stuck with the mid-engine design for several decades across all their models and I admire that "continuity."

That said, yes, there are some models that are striking.
I agree with most of what you wrote, but the first Lambo (350 GT) was front-engined, and they had several other models later (Espada, Jarama, Islero, LM) that weren't mid-engined either. History has its rights

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I disagree with your Ferrari statement, they make some of the most beautiful cars and clearly tell it's a Ferrari.
*cough or a C7 Corvette
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