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We could state the Lamborghini Urraco from the Seventies is the grandfather of the current Huracan, and this classic V8 is 50 years old now
By Mark Smeyers on October 10. 2020 in LamboNEWS.
We've been back to the most famous tuning show in Europe this year, the Essen Motor Show, where Kato-san unveiled the first Aventador Roadster LB-Works in Europ
By Mark Smeyers on December 6. 2018 in LamboEVENTS.
Back in 1966 the first Lamborghini that received a name from bullfighting was the Miura ... 15 more Raging Bulls would follow the tradition
By Mark Smeyers on February 1. 2016 in LamboNEWS.
An amazing collection to celebrate the late Ferruccio Lamborghini showcasing his many achievements including a helicopter
By Mark Smeyers on July 21. 2015 in LamboNEWS.
A Miura for nearly 2 million while an Urraco and Espada demand over 100k these days.
By Mark Smeyers on January 19. 2015 in LamboNEWS.
The original family museum or Centro Polifunzionale Ferruccio created by Tonino Lamborghini in 1995 as a celebration of Ferruccio's legacy
By Mark Smeyers on January 1. 2015 in LamboNEWS.
By the end of 2013 a total of 28,367 cars had left the factory since 1963, this is an overview on how many units per specific Lamborghini type.
By Mark Smeyers on October 20. 2013 in LamboNEWS.
A very nice replica of the one and only Lamborghini Urraco Rally, or Bob Wallace special, has been created from the ground up in the UK
By Mark Smeyers on March 28. 2013 in V8_engine.
The Jalpa should have become the most successful Bull in the Eighties, things turned out differently ... still the successor would become the Gallardo.
By Mark Smeyers on January 5. 2013 in V8_engine.
The 1976 Silhouette was the first official production model from Lamborghini with a removable roof, this rare V8 was a direct ancestor to the Gallardo
By Mark Smeyers on December 24. 2012 in V8_engine.
The yearly Italian car event on the world famous F1 circuit of Spa Francorchamps, the 2011 edition.
By Mark Smeyers on June 20. 2011 in LamboEVENTS.
The Urraco P300 was intended to boost sales of the V8 Lamborghini, with additional power and a more reliable engine.
By Mark Smeyers on December 24. 2010 in V8_engine.
A small displacement of only 2 liter for the Urraco P200 made it perfect for the Italian market in the Seventies
By Mark Smeyers on December 20. 2010 in V8_engine.
Another Bob Wallace special, now based on the V8 Urraco ...
By Mark Smeyers on November 18. 2005 in V8_engine.
A cross between the Urraco and the Silhouette ...
By Mark Smeyers on November 17. 2005 in V8_engine.
The Bravo was built to be sold alongside the radical Countach as an 'entry level' model
By Mark Smeyers on October 22. 2004 in Prototypes.