The Lamborghini Jarama was launched in 1970 to add a third model to the brand’s range. Based on the shorten Espada chassis, the Jarama was a 2+2 GT designed by Marcello Gandini. The long hood hosted the 4-liter V12 with six Weber carburetors and a power output of 350 hp. When the model came out, the motoring press and enthusiasts weren’t excited by the Jarama because the style of design wasn’t in the trend of fashion and the specifications weren’t as impressive as concurrent sports cars. Lamborghini reacted by offering a revised variant: the Jarama S. Lighter and more powerfulhorsepower boosted up to 365, the performance of the model were significantly improved. Design-wise, the new model is recognizable by its new bumpers and double vents in the hood. Inside the dashboard is also revised for more ergonomics, and thinner seats give more room for rear passengers.
The first of Lamborghini Jarama wasn’t very successful at the time and only 176 units were made. The second variantthe Jarama Swas greatly improved and produced from 1972 to 1976 at 150 units. Nowadays, a 1972 Lamborghini Jarama is a great classic to own, combining an iconic Gandini design, luxurious interior and great performance. Constructed by Lamborghini at the peak of success and technical knowledge, the Jaramas aren’t easy to come by. The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be delighted to assist you in your research, whether or not they have your dream car in inventory at their Los Angeles classic car dealership. In addition, the team will share many tips and advice on the best practice for buying a classic. For one, be sure to have an expert look at the model before you make a decision and be aware of restoration and short-term service needs.
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