Lamborghini LM

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
LM 5.7 1992 5701 ccm 487 - -
LM 002 1991 5167 ccm 411 195 -
LM 5.2 1991 5167 ccm 446 - -
LM 5.7 1991 5703 ccm 487 - -
LM 5.2 1990 5167 ccm 446 - -
LM 5.2 1989 5167 ccm 446 - -
LM 5.2 1988 5166 ccm 446 - -
LM 5.2 1987 5167 ccm 446 - -
LM 002 1986 5167 ccm 417 201 -
LM 5.2 1986 5167 ccm 446 - -
LM 5.2 1985 5167 ccm 446 - -
LM 1984 4753 ccm 325 - -
LM 4 1984 7257 ccm 426 201 -
LM 002 1984 5167 ccm 447 209 -
LM 004 1984 7257 ccm 411 201 -
LM 7.3 1984 7257 ccm 417 - -
LM 1983 4754 ccm 325 - -
LM 1982 4754 ccm 325 - -

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