Lamborghini Urraco


Car-ID: XT0346
Model, Body type:
Engine Power:
2,446 CCM (162 KW / 220 BHP)
Manual transmission
93,400 km

Vehicle Description

– Lamborghini Urraco in blue
– from 1973, the first year of production
– 2014 imported from Switzerland
– unwarranted mileage of only 93,400 km
– 2.5 litre 8-cylinder engine with 162 kW (220 hp)
– elegant leather interior in beige
– Campagnolo magnesium alloys
– some years ago paintwork and leather renewed, engine overhauled
– one of only 520 units built
– German registration documents and historic plates

The Urraco was the answer of the Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini to the Ferrari Dino 246 and Porsche 911. The prototype of the Lamborghini was presented at the 1970 Turin Salon and three years later, in 1973, production began. The Urraco, whose name comes from a Spanish fighting bull breed, was a mid-engined coupe that, unlike other sports cars in this class, had two additional rear seats. The car had a self-supporting all-steel body in shell construction, designed by Marcello Gandini, and was the first Lamborghini to feature a V8 engine with a cylinder angle of 90 degrees, designed decisively by Paolo Stanzani. During the six years of production this sports car was available in three versions: P250 with 2.5 litres’ capacity and an output of 162 kW (220 hp), 3-litre version P300 with 195 kW (265 hp) and P200, a version specially designed for the Italian market to avoid the extraordinary tax for large capacity vehicles, with only two litres’ displacement and 134 kW (182 hp). Also worthy of mention are two special models, the Urraco Bob modified by Bob Wallace and the Lamborghini Bravo also designed by Marcello Gandini. By 1979 only just over 750 Urraco models had been built, all of which have their own special charm.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Beige
  • Leather

Exterior Features

  • Blue

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