The Lamborghini Urraco was a 2+2 sports car produced by the Italians from 1972-1979. It was first introduced in 1970 at the Turin Motor Show. He was named after a line of fighting bulls from the Miura breed and his name translates as “little bull”. The Urraco was intended to be a more affordable alternative to the Ferrari Dino and Maserati Merak, rather than another range-topping sports car like the Lamborghini Miura. Its bodywork was designed by Marcello Gandini. It was produced in 4 versions (P200, P250, P111, P300) and a total of 791 units were sold. The choice was a 2/2.5-/3-liter V8 engine located in the center with 180-247 hp (134-184 kW). It had rear-wheel drive and a 5-speed manual transmission. The version with the 3-litre engine was able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds and to 260 km/h.