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Lamborghini LM 002

Lamborghini LM 002
EngineV-twelve cylinder (60°)
Displacement, Bore*stroke5167 cm³ (85,5 mm * 75,0 mm)
Engine control2 * DOHC, chains
Mixture preparation6 double carburetors
Torque500 Nm at 4500 rpm
Power326 kW (444 HP) at 6800 rpm
Drivetrain designAll-wheel drive
ClutchHydraulic operated
TransmissionManual five speed
Front suspensionDouble wishbone
Rear suspensionTransversal, longitudinal arms
Turn radius16.000 mm
Wheels f/r345/65 VR 17 (11")
Wheelbase2950 mm
Length4790 mm
Width2000 mm
Height1850 mm
Tank capacity288 liter
Payload800 kg
Kerb weight2700 kg + driver
Maximum speed210 km/h
Fuel consumptionUp to 42 l/100 km
Years of manufacture1986 - 1992
Production rate301

Had it no given the millions of dollars for the oil resources in certain Arab countries, you would probably never come up with the idea of building such a car. Apparently nothing fits together. An extremely light tube frame for a heavy weight, an engine, apart from a better air filtering, absolutely identical with that of a super sports car and the lack of any design, not to mention aerodynamics. And this at a potential top speed of 210 km/h. Furthermore, a really large interior, but fit in due to the transmission tunnel just four people.

There probably is a development contract from the U.S.. The (inexperienced with the automotive sector) owners of Lamborghini decide to build the car, probably just with regard to the potential civilian version, which can be fitted the desired (eg with bucket seats) and in spite of the enormous price seems to be salable. As military will also the road been paved for today's Hummer military version, perhaps still today's SUV versions.               Top of page               Index
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