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Urraco

Production Start: 1971

Total Produced: 791

Registry (823)

Yellow Prototype P250 #4

Urraco (791 Made 1972-79)

The Lamborghini P250 Urraco (pronounced "oo-RAH-koh"), meaning "little bull," was named for the fighting bull which killed the toreadore Manolete. This car was introduced to the public in 1970 at the Turin auto show, though it wouldn't become available to the public until 1973.

The Urraco was developed as an affordable entry level exotic for higher production volume to compete directly with Ferrari's Dino and the Maserati Merak. It's 2+2 layout housed a smaller 2.5 litre V8 engine of completely new design by Paolo Stanzini, positioned transversely just ahead of the rear wheels with the transmission mounted directly beside it. It's new chassis was a sheet steel unibody structure similar to the Espada. Front suspension components bolted directly to this structure while the rear supension and engine/transmission were mounted to a subframe that bolted directly to the chassis from underneath. This made for better access to either engine or transmission for any work more involved than simple servicing.

791 Urracos were built over a period of 8 years.

UrracoP111 Registry
UrracoP200 Registry
UrracoP250 Registry
UrracoP300 Registry
Urraco Bob

Urraco Versions

P300 Urraco

Production: 1975 - 1979

Total Produced: 205

Registry (198)

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P250 Urraco

Production: 1972 - 1976

Total Produced: 520

Registry (523)

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P200 Urraco

Production: 1975 - 1977

Total Produced: 72

Registry (77)

Tech Specs