The Lamborghini Islero was built from 1968 to 1970 sports car of Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini.
The Lamborghini Islero was named after a fighting bull Islero, the 1947 had killed the bullfighter Manolete. When he was presented in March 1968 at the Geneva show, he was considered a revised 400 GT with its engine and chassis (3.9 liter V12 with four overhead camshafts, completely independently suspended on two wishbones wheels and disc brakes) taken from the previous been. However, it was in contrast to the rounded 400 GT a body with pronounced edges, which was no longer produced at the now bankrupt Carrozzeria Touring, Carrozzeria Marazzi but at the high and fell off.
1969 Islero was replaced by the Islero S. The S is easily recognized by the flared fenders and the front vent windows. Also, got the S a 257-kW engine and improved chassis of the Espada.
A total of 250 Islero arose, of 100 S. Islero