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L'histoire de Lamborghini

1963

La 350GTV, le premier prototype de Lamborghini, fait son apparition au salon de Turin

1964

La 350 GT, l'amélioration du prototype initial, est lancée au Salon de Genève

1966

La Miura, la première supercar est lancée au Salon de Genève. La 400GT est dérivée de la 350GT, avec une version 2+2

1968

L'Islero 400 GT est lancée, de même que l'Espada à 4 places.

1969

Version améliorée de l'Islero 400 GT, dénommée Islero S ou GTS

1970

The Miura P400S, upgraded version of the P400, is launched. In addition, the successor to the 400 2+2, the Jarama 400 GT is produced

1971

A second revision to the original Miura P400 prototype of 1966, the P400 SV is launched. An all-new competition-inspired sports car prototype, the Countach LP500 is launched at Geneva Motor Show

1972

Lamborghini unveils the Urraco P250 at the Turin Motor Show. The revised Jarama IS is referred to as the Jarama GTS, and is the last front-engined Lamborghini sports car. The first Countach LP400 prototype is shown at the Geneva Motor Show

1973

The second Countach LP400 prototype is shown at the Paris Motor Show

1974

The Countach LP400 production car debuts at the Geneva Motor Show

1975

A replacement for the P250, the Urraco P300 was introduced.

1976

The Silhouette, a new vehicle based on the Urraco, is introduced at the Geneva Motor Show

1977

Lamborghini produces the Cheetah, destined for the military market but adapted for civilians due to greater public interest

1978

The LP400S changes its tyres and suspension

1981

The LM001 goes into production as a follow-up to the Cheetah, with the option of a V12 4.7 litre Countach engine or Chrysler 360 cc V8

1982

The Countach LP500S is launched, with new 5.0 litre engine. The new two seater Jalpa is produced with V8 engine. The LMA prototype is produced from the previous LM001 design, able to carry extra people, and designated the LM002

1985

The Countach receives its third major revision and is rechristened the LP500S QV, after its Quattrovalvole engine with four valves per cylinder

1988

Lamborghini celebrates its 25th anniversary as a manufacturer of exotic sports cars and introduces the last edition of the Countach - the 25th Anniversary edition

1990

Lamborghini launches the Diablo; at 202 miles per hour the fastest production car in the world

1992

The open top version of the Diablo, the Roadster, is presented at the Geneva Motor Show

1993

The year of the VT: the Diablo VT 4WD is launched at Geneva Motor Show, with the Diablo special edition introduced to the public at the factory, with production limited to 150 units to be built during 94/95

1994

Lamborghini presents a new gearbox for the marine racing engine, and wins the season’s off-shore Class 1 Championship

1995

A cherry red Diablo Roadster VT with fuscia pink interior is shown at the Bologna Motor Show, and production of the Roadster takes off

1996

The Diablo SV (Sport Veloce) is launched, a simplified and more sporty version of the Diablo inspired by the Miura SV. The Diablo SVR is also presented, to compete in the Lamborghini monomarque championship. The championship takes off with 26 Diablo SVRs lined up at European circuits

1998

The ’99 model year Diablo is presented at the Paris Motor Show, with major engine improvements

1999

The Diablo GT, a high performance version of the current Diablo, is launched at Geneva Motor Show, to be produced in a limited edition of 80 units. The Diablo GTR is shown at the Bologna Motor Show, derived from the Diablo GT and destined for racing purposes only

2000

The Diablo for the new millennium is presented at the Detroit Motor Show. The Diablo 6.0 adopts a 6.0 litre and V12 engine, with a power increase to 550bhp and a body mainly constructed from carbon fibre

2001

The Murciélago is launched to replace the Diablo, continuing the V12 super car tradition.

2003

The V10 Gallardo joins the Lamborghini stable.

2011

Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 redefines the pinnacle of the super sports car segment with its innovative carbon-fiber monocoque, a new twelve-cylinder engine with 515 kW / 700 hp, super-fast shifting ISR transmission and pushrod suspension

2012

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2015

Lancement de l'Aventador SV Roadster avec les mêmes caractéristiques techniques que le coupé.
Lancement de 2 Huracan: l'Huracan Spyder avec une capote de toit similaire à celle de la Galardo Spyder qu'elle remplace, et L'Huracan LP550-2 à 2 roues motirces, pour prendre la succession de la Gallardo Balboni.

 

Cliquez sur l’image pour l’origine des noms

350 GTV

 

350GT

 

Islero

 

espada

 

miura

 

jarama

 

urraco

 

countach

 

diablo

murcielago

gallardo