CRUSH photographed by Gabriele Renna

 A race car named desire: the Lamborghini Jota. Like a red hot fox it looked wild and powerful, a hammer from hell. The first Jota model was actually a Lamborghini Miura, developed by the famed test driver and automotive engineer Bob Wallace. Unlike most other Lamborghini names, Jota does not have its origins in bullfighting. “Jota” is how the Spanish pronounce the letter J. Unfortunately, in April 1971, the only Jota model ever made crashed near Brescia and burned to the ground. Godspeed you! Red Emperor…
_Uwe Buschmann (Copy editing Silvia Strauch)
Aluminum replica of the original bodywork Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile di Torino
"Aluminum replica of the original bodywork of Jota Lamborghini Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile di Torino"
@Gabriele Renna
"Aluminum replica of the original bodywork of Jota Lamborghini Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile di Torino"
@Gabriele Renna
"Aluminum replica of the original bodywork of Jota Lamborghini Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile di Torino"
@Gabriele Renna
"Aluminum replica of the original bodywork of Jota Lamborghini Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile di Torino"
@Gabriele Renna
"Aluminum replica of the original bodywork of Jota Lamborghini Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile di Torino"
@Gabriele Renna
"Aluminum replica of the original bodywork of Jota Lamborghini Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile di Torino"
@Gabriele Renna