The Lamborghini Urraco was the brand’s first compact supercar. Fitted with a smaller 90-degree V8 engine, the model was more affordable than the other big V12s of the range. Its beautiful design signed by Marcello Gandini at Bertone was characterized by its louvered engine bay and rear window area, distinctive front grille and front bearing hidden headlamps. Inside, the design was quite pleasing with a refined dashboard and beautiful steering wheel. In 1974, an upgrade was made to the engine and a new variant named the P300 was issued. The new model carried a 90-degree V8 with a capacity of 3 liters and new twin cam heads. This upgrade was designed to counter the effects of U.S. regulations of the car’s performance. With 265 hp and a top speed of 143 mph, the P300 was a fun and enjoyable sports car.
Although only 780 units of the Lamborghini Urraco were made during its 6-year production run, the model was quite popular. Long delays were experienced for production, because of Lamborghini’s small team and financial difficulties. If you’re thinking about acquiring a 1977 Lamborghini Urraco, you might already know a lot about the model. If there are any aspects about a certain car’s history or specifications that aren’t’ clear, The Beverly Hills Car Club team would be happy to share their knowledge. Thanks to years of experience in the industry, the experts have an extensive knowledge on the process of buying and selling classic cars. The team will share many tips and advice, such as the fact that the 1977 Lamborghini Urraco’s reliability isn’t stellar for all models. Therefore, the team recommends you get the best model within your price range. If you need help making a decision based on your needs, budgetfor purchase and maintenanceand preferences, the team can help!
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