Back in the Seventies Lamborghini decided it was time to add a V8 powered super car to their impressive V12 model.
The Urraco P300 was intended to boost sales of the V8 Lamborghini, with additional power and a more reliable engine.
A small displacement of only 2 liter for the Urraco P200 made it perfect for the Italian market in the Seventies
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
The Jalpa should have become the most successful Bull in the Eighties, things turned out differently ... still the successor would become the Gallardo.
Only one Jalpa prototype was built, finished in a brown shade over a two tone interior only seen in the prototype.
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