According to Lamborghini, Urraco stood out in its era with a series of technological innovations. Lamborghini unveiled the Urraco at the 1970 Turin motor show, a more friendly 2 + 2 sports car with a smaller V8 engine. < / P > < p > it is understood that the production of the Lamborghini Urraco began in 1970. The original Urraco P250 (P for posteriore and 250 for engine capacity) was equipped with a 2.5-liter, 217 HP, 162 LB ft V8 engine. This engine features an overhead camshaft in each row, a “Heron chamber” engine head and four Weber 40 idfi twin carburetors. < / P > < p > at the same time, Urraco P200 was launched in 1975 and was produced until 1977. It’s equipped with a smaller V8 with 180 horsepower, 130 LB ft torque and 2.0 liters. The strongest version of the Urraco V8 engine appeared in 1975 models. The Urraco P300, which debuted at the 1974 Du hearse show, has a 3.0-liter V8 engine that can deliver 247 horsepower and 195 LB ft of torque. < / P > < p > it is understood that the angular wedge design of Urraco is the masterpiece of Marcello gandhini, an Italian automotive designer. The 4.25m long body has all the elements of a 1970s poster car, with pop-up headlights and a wedge-shaped body profile. At the time, gandhini was the chief designer of the carrozzeria Bertone and was responsible for other Lamborghini classics such as the Miura, Countach and Diablo. < / P > < p > Urraco is the first mass production vehicle to have a fully independent MacPherson strut suspension system at the front and rear. Lamborghini’s Jalpa, silhouette and Espada, by the way, are all based on Urraco. It also paved the way for the development of modern Lamborghini sports cars such as the Gallardo and Huracan. SpaceX beat blue origin and Northrop Grumman to win a $316 million air force contract