• Year of manufacture 
  • Mileage 
    30 000 km / 18 642 mi
  • Car type 
  • Electric windows
  • Drive 
  • Condition 
  • Interior colour 
  • Interior type 
  • Number of doors 
  • Number of seats 
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
  • Gearbox 
  • Performance 
    255 BHP / 259 PS / 191 kW
  • Drivetrain 
  • Fuel type 


Some stories are meant to be told. Brace yourself for the story of a lost son who grew up in the shadow of his older brothers. Rarely did you hear his name... let alone his roaring exhaust. Conceived in difficult times, marked by the past, and forgotten. But now... awakened, restored, and eager to roar. This Lamborghini Jalpa is not just a car. A pure-blooded fighter has risen from the dust, spicier than a jalapeño. The bull is loose!!!

When the Mimran brothers revived the Lamborghini brand after its bankruptcy in 1978, something radically different was needed. The collection had to be expanded, preferably with a new entry-level model. A car that could compete with the immensely popular Ferrari 308. More accessible than the Lamborghini Countach, one of the wildest and most challenging bulls in the stable. The beginning of an ambitious project was born when the first Lamborghini Jalpa emerged from the sacred halls of the Lamborghini factory in Sant'Agata de Bolognese, Italy.

With a production number of only 410 sold models (1981-1988), the Jalpa was a true hit that breathed new financial life into Lamborghini. But soon, the Jalpa faded from view, overshadowed by louder, more extreme, and more extravagant successors like the Diablo and the Murciélago. One of these (formerly) forgotten gems is now with us. It's time to shine the spotlight on this car!

We present to you a unique Jalpa. Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful on the market. The car is in perfect condition and has been almost completely revised and restored. Extremely valuable, given the already low number of models produced. Originally delivered in Canada, this car has only traveled 30,000 km. Why the restorations then, you might think? This car has been standing still for so long that nothing worked anymore. Now, with a completely revised engine, newly built technology, and new carpeting, it's back to a brand-new state. Rarely do you come across such restorations; everything has been touched. The original interior is still stunningly beautiful. The manual 5-speed, the 3.5L V8 engine, and the bright red paint. It couldn't be better!

It's no coincidence that the Jalpa is back in the spotlight right now. The style of the 80s is not only making a comeback in all fashion trends this year but is reentering the stage globally in all kinds of different settings. Striking colors, bold angular shapes, eccentric playful elements. The Jalpa has it all. The striking combination of beige leather with the car's red gives it a retro look that appears timeless. The playful geometric lines are reflected in the typical 80s Targa roof, the pop-up headlights, the wide, low body. The abundance of air intakes and ventilation openings not only serve an aesthetic purpose but also help regulate engine temperature and aerodynamics. Well-thought-out choices that lead to a visually striking and technically advanced supercar. The Jalpa is ready to rumble.

This Lamborghini is an enormous rarity. A true piece of automotive history, passion, and Italian beauty. The lost son is back in the arena. Do you dare to ride this bull? Then contact us at [email protected] and visit our showroom.

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Last name 
van Egmond