1984 Lamborghini Jalpa P350


Released as the successor to the Silhouette, the Bertone designed Jalpa filled the role of the more affordable Lamborghini. Compared to the king of the day, the Countach, the Jalpa had much better visibility and useability, making it easier to drive in traffic and around town.

In total 410 cars were produced through the years 1982 to 1988. The name was taken from a famous breed of fighting bulls, something Lamborghini would do later with the Gallardo.

Engine: 3.5L V8
Weight: 1,510 kg / 3,328 lbs
Power: 187 kW / 251 hp / 255 PS
0-100 kph: 6.0 seconds
Torque: 305 Nm / 225 lb-ft
Top Speed: 234 kph / 145 mph


1984 Lamborghini Jalpa P350
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