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Lamborghini LM004
Lamborghini
aka LM004/7000
Production 1 - 1984
Class Concept Car (1 produced)
Body Style Rear-Engined SUV
Length 4900 mm
Width 2000 mm
Height 1850 mm
Wheelbase 3000 mm
Weight 2700 kg
Transmission
Engine 7.0 litre V12 60 degree light alloy block front mounted, four wheel drive
Power 420 bhp at 5400 rpm

435 lbs.ft. at 3500 rpm

Similar Lamborghini LM002
Designer

The Lamborghini LM004 was a prototype off-road vehicle designed and built by Lamborghini.

The LM004 was essentially a modified LM002, but in order to try and make it appeal to a new range of customers it was outfitted with bucket seats, a phone, a refrigerator, and several other luxury features. The main change in the new vehicle was to outfit it with an all new, noticeably larger, 420bhp, 7L V12 engine. The engine did not perform as well as expected, and the increase in weight and size was determined to not be worth the additional development. Only a single prototype was produced.

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