The 1974 Lamborghini Urraco P300 is what is known as a 2+2 sports car. This means while it is a two-door sports car, it also has a rear seat, so it can fit up to four passengers inside of the vehicle. This is one of the few models produced by Lamborghini that uses the 2+2 style design. There vehicle was produced from 1973 up until 1979 and there were three different variations of it. The P300 had the largest engine of the three, using a 3.0 L V8 engine. The other two models did have a V8 engine, but the P200 used a 2.0 L engine while the P250 used a 2.5L engine.
The 1974 Lamborghini Urraco P300 naturally had the top speed of 162 miles per hour with 162 pound feet of torque and could go from 0 to 100 kilometers in 5.6 seconds. It was not the most popular of the three versions though. While it did sell 190 of over the short life span of the vehicle, the P2500 sold the most at 520 units. Since the close of the 1974 Lamborghini Urraco P300 though, the Lamborghini Jalpa took over and become the successor of this vehicle style.