The company continued to work at its regular pace. In 1972, the P250 Urraco, the 400 GT Jarama, the 400 GT Espada and the P400 Miura SV were in full production. That year, in an attempt to improve sales that were frankly quite disappointing until then, the Jarama hand a 365-hp engine and was dubbed the Jarama S.
In 1972, the Urraco, which had experienced several initial slowdowns, was finally put into production. Almost inevitably, the S version also arrived in October of that year. In this case, the goal was not to enhance the car’s performance but to improve its overall quality, which had been neglected in the haste to start production.
The following year, while waiting for the Countach prototype to be developed to a stage that would enable its production, the Espada was further modified and perfected, and the new series was presented in October 1972. New wheels as well as perfected detailing of the entire body, the dashboard, the central instrument panel and various components characterised this well-made Series III. This last series essentially represented the decisive peak in the evolution of this outstanding four-seater, which is still in great demand among Lamborghini fans around the world. Its production would reach the respectable figure of 1226 units, quite a large number for a carmaker of this size selling at top-level list prices.
The production model of the Countach was codenamed LP 400 because its V12 – positioned longitudinally behind the cockpit – was increased to an ideal displacement of 4 litres (3929 cc). This model debuted at the 1973 Geneva Motor Show.
Booking Period: from Now till May 26, 2023
Accommodation in a Double Room (non-sea view), with full Cornish breakfast, for two
A 3-course set-menu dinner each in The Herring restaurant
Late checkout until 1pm
20% off pre-booked spa treatments
It's £235 for a 2-night stay; £319 for a 3-night stay; or £399 for a 4-night stay with the extra nights on B&B
Stay in a Sea View Double Room for an extra £20 per night (payable direct to the hotel)
Not available on 21-31 October; 23-31 December; 1 January; 13-20 February
Day 1:Arrive Istanbul
Arrive at Hasanuddin Makassar International Airport. Upon arrival, meet and greet with guide. Visit Fort Rotterdam that contains La-Galigo Museum. Transfer to Pavari Bridge. Transfer to hotel for check in.
Breakfast at the hotel. Then transfer to Malino Highland. Continue to visit Balla, Lompoa, Royal Palace, Sultan Hasanuddin, Mannyu, Village of Bulutana, Tinggi moncong, Poros Malino, South Sulawesi, and the Tappapala waterfall.
Breakfast at the hotel. After that, visit the Rammang Rammang, which is a beautiful garden in the Regency of Maros, 1 hour drive from Makassar. Return to Makassar. Then visit Al Markaz Al Islami Mosque, Bengengu temple to see traditional houses from Makassar. Continue to Karebosi Link Mall and watch sunset at Losari Beach.
Day 4:Istanbul Nights
Night life in Istanbul is huge. There are many popular establishments — some aged over thirty years old and some very down to date. Being such a big city with several city centers, Istanbul has more than one entertainment destination.
Day 5:AK Deniz
UNFORGETTABLE DANCING PARTY NIGHT IN ISTANBUL
Book your Istanbul boat party tickets here, or enquire with us about renting a boat for your group. Anything is possible, and everything can be arranged. Well... almost anything.
. 4 nights’ accommodation
. 5 Day San’in tourist pass (Tottori)
. Daily breakfast
. Return airport / hotel transfer based on Seat-in-coach basis
. International air ticket
. Travel insurance
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