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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.
Norwegian Zyrus Engineering created a 1,200 hp Lamborghini Huracan based on the Super Trofeo EVO race car
By Mark Smeyers on August 14. 2020 in LamboNEWS.
HRE wheels proudly unveils the all-new series P2 Monoblok wheel, and mounts the P200 10-spoke version on a Verde Mantis Lamborghini Huracan
By Mark Smeyers on June 9. 2016 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.
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.
Covert Tuning Dynamics claim to have built a 2000 hp rear wheel drive Raging Bull based on the already impressive Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 Super Veloce.
By Mark Smeyers on September 19. 2012 in Murcielago.
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.