Lamborghini 1976

Urraco
Jarama - end of prod.
Espada
Countach
Silhouette - Geneva

Italy

US market plastic bumpers standard on the Espada.
150 Jarama S's were built.
Based on the small V8 P300 the new Silhouette is the first Lamborghini with open body. More angular than Urraco the targa was traditionally designed by Bertone.

 

Urraco

P 200 (V8 cyl, 1994 cm³, 180 cv)
P 300 (V8 cyl, 2996 cm³, 250 cv)
   Coupé

 

Jarama S

GTS (V12 cyl, 3929 cm³, 365 cv) - end of prod.
   Coupé

 

Espada S3

400GTE (V12 cyl, 3929 cm³, 325 cv)
   Coupé

LAMBORGHINI ESPADA £15,945
Something to treat yourself to when your next record sells a million. Four full-sized seats with harness and head restraints enclosed within a spectacular air-conditioned shell by Bertone. The V12 engine with four overhead camshafts and six carburettors drives through a five-speed gearbox. Twin servos and dual circuits actuate the ventilated disc brakes. The massive engine is mounted well forward for maximum passenger space.

London report

 

Countach

LP400 (V12 cyl, 3929 cm³, 375 cv)
   Coupé

 

Silhouette

P 300 (V8 cyl, 2996 cm³, 260 cv) - new model

LAMBORGHINI URRACO SILHOUETTE £13,684
Latest in the traffic-stopping styles evolved by Bertone for Lamborghini, is this mid-engined two-seater coupe with removable top. The light alloy 3-litre V8 engine with two belt-driven overhead camshafts to each bank is mounted transversely with the five-speed gearbox. For optimum steering and traction, rear tyres are wider than those in front. Headlamps are retractable, spotlamps are in the air dam.

London report