Introduced at the Turin Motor show in 1970, the Lamborghini Urraco was produced from 1973 to 1979. This 2+2 sports car was named after a breed of bulls, keeping up with traditions. Designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, the Urraco was a smaller and more affordable supercar. The main design cues are the short hood, distinctive front grille, and louvered back window. The Lamborghini Urraco is powered by a smaller 90-degree V8 with only one camshaft per cylinder, instead of the V12 unit used on previous models. However, the Urraco was capable of a top speed of 143 mph and offered much driving excitement. Transaxle and bodywork were also completely new. Inside, the design of the dashboard and steering wheel were aesthetically pleasing.
The 1973 Lamborghini Urraco was Lamborghini’s equivalent of Ferrari’s Dino, or Porsche 911. It was a smaller, more affordable model with great design and performance. If you’re in the market for a 1973 Lamborghini Urraco, you might already know a lot about the model. Should you have any questions about the different versions and options, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to help. Feel free to browse their online inventory to view the current 1973 Lamborghini Urracos available at the Los Angeles showroom. The team can help you find your perfect car, whether or not they have it currently in inventory. In addition, The Beverly Hills Car Club often shares valuable tips with their clients and friends to help them make a smart purchase. For one, the team will tell you how important it is to carry out a pre-purchase inspection on a 1973 Lamborghini Urraco, to make sure you’re aware of the car’s condition and that the owner asks for a fair price.
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