The Lamborghini Urraco was a 2+2 coupe introduced in 1970 and in production from 1973 to 1979. From 1974, the model was upgraded to the P300, boasting a stroked 3-liter V8 engine with new twin cam heads. The new unit was a solution to counter the effects of the U.S. smog regulations and established the model as a performance car thanks to a power output increase of 265 hp. Designed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone, the body featured gorgeous shapes and modern looks with its wide panels of glass and distinctive front grille. The Urraco used a fabricated pressed-steel chassis with a transversely mounted engine and transmission. MacPherson strut were used instead of the previously fitted double-wishbone geometry.
Fewer than 780 units of the Lamborghini Urraco were made throughout the production run, making it a rare classic nowadays. Should you be interested in a 1975 Lamborghini Urraco, there are a few things to check about the model before making a decision. First of all, the interior wasn’t to the taste of some drivers so a test drive is recommended to make sure the model fits your preferences in terms of driving position and comfort. Second, quality and reliability issues have been reported on some of the models. As service is often complex and expensive, it is in your best interest to purchase the best model within your price range. Finally, two variants of the model were made: an upgraded engine was introduced in 1974 and a 2-liter version was offered domestically for tax purposes. Be sure to narrow down your search after defining precisely your needs. The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to help with that matter anytime.
Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to find out more about the current models of 1975 Lamborghini Urraco available for sale in their Los Angeles showroom. The team welcomes you anytime and would be happy to speaking with you about your classic car project(s). Call today to get started!
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