The first one was orange.
When Albert Spiess, one of Lamborghini's most significant collectors, commissioned the carmaker to create a bespoke Gallardo LP570-4 with help from Zagato, it was originally intended to be a one-off. However strong demand led to a limited production run, and now the second model is ready to meet its new owner. Finished in yellow (the original came in orange), the 5-95 Zagato marks the Italian design firm's 95th anniversary and is a truly stunning piece of work.
The unique creation features the mechanics of the Gallardo LP570-4 housed in a restyled pillarless body surrounded by uninterrupted glass surfaces with a floating spoiler and carbon-fiber firewall concealing the front air intakes. A functional air scoop integrates into the double bubble roof, while the back end has been truncated and pushed towards the engine, giving the car an aggressive look. Pictures courtesy of Farhan Al Bastaki.