Ever seen a car with glass doors?

It really has GLASS doors.

1967 Four-seater Lamborghini Marzal Concept Car.

It is a sight to behold.

There are so many peculiar points about this ride.

Let me point them out.

But first, the obvious.


Yes, the gullwing doors of the sports car is actually made of glass.

The top of the car is also made of glass.

Cool to look at, but is it cool to drive in?

So you can literally see through it and watch what the driver and passengers are doing.

Unconventionally for a Lamborghini, it seats 4.

So you can bring buddies along and get curious onlookers starting at you.

It has half of the Miura’s V12 engine, so a 2L inline 6 engine.

With 175 hp and a 5-speed transmission, it is not built for racing, but it goes fast for its era.

The hexagonal designs plastering the interior really gives me the feeling that Lamborghini borrowed much of it for their newer cars like the Reventon and Aventador.

The seats look metallic and futuristic like something from the Jetsons!

It sold for 1.5 million euros in 2011.

What a steal.

This is a one-off Lamborghini concept car that was built in 1967 and nothing else came close to it decades on.

Well, partly because its a concept car, so you can literally imagine anything.

But to actually build it and have it be driven, is a whole different matter.

Also, I bet you most authorities will not sanction a car with glass doors for safety reasons!

Can you imagine how crazy, courageous and outlandish you have to be to think of something like that in the 1960s?

So startups and founders reading this, if people 50 years ago can afford to take risks, be bold and try new things, what’s your excuse?

You really got to see it to believe it.

Click on the video to view it! Gosh.



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CEO of StartupX | Web3.0, Crypto, DeFi, NFT Enthusiast |HyperX Sustainability Hackcelerator | Startup Weekend Singapore.

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CEO of StartupX | Web3.0, Crypto, DeFi, NFT Enthusiast |HyperX Sustainability Hackcelerator | Startup Weekend Singapore.

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