Gallery: the history of Lamborghini V12s
Following Richard’s Aventador power test on the show, here are the big Lambo’s siblings…
Posted: 02 Aug 2011
Lamborghini 350 GT
The 3.5-litre quad-cam V12 now produced 320bhp thanks to softened cam profiles, a lower compression ratio (making it less highly strung) and by replacing the dry sump system with a conventional wet sump oil pan.
Despite the changes though, the 350 GT could still hit a top speed of 156mph, and this car cemented Lamborghini's future: from 1964-1966 120 GTs were built.