Lamborghini Jarama, a charismatic sports car, celebrates its 50th anniversaryNovember 28, 2020
This is Lamborghini’s latest front-engined sports car. It got its name in honor of the area in Spain – the place where the bullfight took place.
The Lamborghini Jarama debuted at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show. A sports car based on the Islero model was based. Famous Italian designer Marcello Gandini worked on the exterior of the spectacular coupe.
The car was unmistakably recognizable due to its “angularity” – a real trend in the 70s. The sports car received 15-inch magnesium wheels and an extended track. The Jarama model rolled off the assembly line between 1970 and 1976. During this time, 328 copies were produced.
The sports coupe could be purchased in one of two modifications: the Jarama 400 GT with a 350-horsepower 3.9-liter Lamborghini V12 engine and the Jarama 400 GTS, equipped with an engine boosted to 365 “horses”. The “charged” coupe received new wheels, a transverse air intake on the hood, a pair of air outlets behind the front wheel arches, other wheels, other front seats and a modified “tidy”.
The cost of a rare sports coupe on the secondary varies from 100 to 200 thousand dollars, depending on the state
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