The Lamborghini 400 GT was launched in 1966 and was the second model created by Lamborghini, after the 350 GT. A 4-liter V12 engine with 320 hp and a top speed of 160 mph powered the 400 GT. The unit was linked to the first Dallara-designed Lamborghini gearbox and final drive. 400 pounds were added on the 400 GT model compared to its predecessor, and the four-wheel independent suspension was altered to better fit the new design. Although the model shared no panels with the Lamborghini 350 GT, the 400 GT had a very similar look, using rounded shapes for an overall elegant and refined body. Tiny bucket seats were fitted in the back for additional passengers, whereas the previous model only had room for luggage. The Lamborghini 400 GT stayed in production until 1968, when it was upgraded to the Lamborghini Islero model.
If you’re in the market for a Lamborghini 400 GT, you may already know a lot about the model. An interesting fact is that 23 units of the Lamborghini 350 GT model were built with an enlarged 4-liter engine and called the 400 GT before the actual model was introduced at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show, as a 2+2 seaterwhereas the 350 GT was a simple 2-seater. Call the experts of The Beverly Hills Car Club team today to find out what your perfect Lamborghini 400 GT looks like. The friendly staff has many years of experience in the classic car industry and can help you define the best options, taking into consideration your budget for purchase and maintenance. In addition, their Los Angeles-based showroom is the home for a wide inventory of classics. Don’t hesitate to visit anytime and maybe leave with your dreamed Lamborghini 400 GT.
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