It kind of has a strange appearance to it, a strange shape, elegant and powerful as the Urraco is, I'd much prefer the more powerful, and probably more reliable Countach, if I'm correct, the Countach was in production in 1974.
Lamborghini Urraco P300 specs
|Curb weight||1280-1356 kg (2822-2989 lbs)|
|Dimensions||4.29 m (169 in) long, 1.74 m (69 in) wide, 1.16 m (46 in) high|
|Wheelbase||2.45 m (96 in)|
|Gas mileage||20.8 l/100 km (11 mpg US / 14 mpg UK)|
|Engine type||Lamborghini V8 DOHC|
|Displacement||3.0 l (183 ci / 2996 cc)|
|Power||265 ps (261 bhp / 195 kw) @ 7800 rpm|
|Torque||275 Nm (203 lb-ft) @ 3400 rpm|
|Power / liter||88 ps (87 hp)|
|Power / weight||201 ps (198 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||209 Nm (154 lb-ft) / t|
|Efficiency||13 PS per l/100 km|
|Transmission||5 Speed Manual|
|Layout||middle engine, rear wheel drive|
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Shaggy 8y ago
Fangio Man 8y ago
Highly elegant and powerful, but a bit unreliable, would be the correct descrition for the Urraco. A typical sports car of the 1970s that was intended as a competitior of the Ferrari Dino.
Mental 8y ago
Countach's little brother. And Urraco is so sweet, exciting! Majestic exterior, not as aggressive and futuristic as Countach, but still beautiful, just like any Lambo. And maybe Urraco is not as powerful as Countache's V12, still the V8 offers wise performance for less money. I like this little thing very much.
BR2' 8y ago
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Super8 8y ago
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Super8 8y ago
The Lambo Urraco P300. One of the fast Lambo in 70. With 0-60 mph just in 6.1 sec and top speed 165 mph, this car can really smokes their Italian rival while there still enough room for people behind the driver.