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The mid-engined Silhouette was the evolution of the Urraco and had only 53 units built, with the last being used and tested as the Jalpa prototype. Despite a typical berlinetta design, its V8 engine had an output of 250 CV allowed for a top speed of 260 km/h, making the Silhouette one of the most comfortable supercars of its time.
Born from the evolution of the Urraco, and as the first Lamborghini with a Targa roof, the Silhouette was expressly conceived to be successful in the American market of open-roof berlinettas, thanks to a detachable roof that could be stored behind the comfortable seats.