what kind of engine does a lamborgini have???

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Asked by Jul 30, 2009 at 10:42 AM

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Depends on the Car itself. The lambo lp 560-4 is a v10, 5200cc with 560 hp. The lp 640 has a v12 6400cc engine and so on... What is the car?

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Like he said, it depends on the car. But currently, Lamborghini only uses V12s and V10s.

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yes. all of you are right. what type of lamborghini is it first of all? usually, the lamborghini has either v10 or v12s. for the lamborghini murcielago, the engine is a v12 twin turbo engine usually with much more torque powered into it than any other lambo found.

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Sorry to be nitpicky Marc, but all of the Lamborghini models right now are naturally aspirated. None of them are turbo/supercharged.

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lamborghini gallarado

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The Gallardo has a V10, 5000cc producing about 520 bhp and 510 nm of torque. Fabulous car!

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its my favorite

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well, my uncle used to own that car but he sold it for the audi r8 v8 :( It was a great car

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Lamborghini makes its own engines and have done so since the start. yes the current models use only V10s (Gallardo) and V12s (MurciƩlago) but in the past Lamborghini has used a V8 (Urraco,Jalpa, Silhouette). Lamborghini also does/has made High power V12 speed boat engines that produce well over 1000 h.p.

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