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These are the fastest cars produced during the 1970s. Definitely some surprises here.

The Fastest Cars From The 1970s

Lamborghini Miura P400 Jota (1970)

With a top speed of 199 mph, the Lamborghini Miura P400 Jota takes first place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 3.9L V12 engine.
It is also 1st in The Most Powerful Cars From The 1970s.

Ferrari 512 BB (1976-1981)

With a top speed of 187 mph, the Ferrari 512 BB takes second place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 4.9L Flat 12 engine.
It is also 4th in The Fastest Cars From The 1980s.

Ferrari 365 GT4 BB (1973-1976)

With a top speed of 186 mph, the Ferrari 365 GT4 BB takes joint third place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 4.4L Flat 12 engine.
It is also 12th in The Quickest Accelerating Cars Of The 1970s.

Aston Martin V8 Vantage Zagato (1969-1989)

With a top speed of 186 mph, the Aston Martin V8 Vantage Zagato takes joint third place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a front-mounted 5.3L V8 engine.
It is also 2nd in The Quickest Accelerating Cars Of The 1970s.

Lamborghini Miura P400SV (1971-1973)

With a top speed of 185 mph, the Lamborghini Miura P400SV takes fifth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 3.9L V12 engine.
It is also 7th in The Most Powerful Cars From The 1970s.

Lamborghini Countach LP400S (1978-1982)

With a top speed of 180 mph, the Lamborghini Countach LP400S takes joint sixth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 3.9L V12 engine.
It is also 10th in The Fastest Cars From The 1980s.

Lamborghini Countach LP500 (prototipe) (1971)

With a top speed of 180 mph, the Lamborghini Countach LP500 (prototipe) takes joint sixth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 5L V12 engine.
It is also 2nd in The Most Powerful Cars From The 1970s.

Lamborghini Countach LP400 (1974-1978)

With a top speed of 179 mph, the Lamborghini Countach LP400 takes eighth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 3.9L V12 engine.
It is also joint 8th in The Quickest Accelerating Cars Of The 1970s.

Lamborghini Miura P400S (1968-1971)

With a top speed of 177 mph, the Lamborghini Miura P400S takes ninth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 3.9L V12 engine.
It is also 10th in The Most Powerful Cars From The 1970s.

De Tomaso Pantera GTS (1972-1985)

With a top speed of 173 mph, the De Tomaso Pantera GTS takes joint tenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 5.8L V8 engine.
It is also joint 1st in The Most Powerful De Tomasos Ever.

Ferrari 365 GTS/4 (Daytona) (1969-1973)

With a top speed of 173 mph, the Ferrari 365 GTS/4 (Daytona) takes joint tenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Convertible with 2 seats and a front-mounted 4.4L V12 engine.
It is also joint 14th in The Quickest Accelerating Cars Of The 1970s.

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 (Daytona) (1968-1973)

With a top speed of 173 mph, the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 (Daytona) takes joint tenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a front-mounted 4.4L V12 engine.
It is also joint 14th in The Quickest Accelerating Cars Of The 1970s.

Lamborghini Jarama Rally (Bob) (1972)

With a top speed of 167 mph, the Lamborghini Jarama Rally (Bob) takes joint thirteenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a front-mounted 3.9L V12 engine.
It is also 8th in The Most Powerful Cars From The 1970s.

Aston Martin V8 Vantage (1969-1989)

With a top speed of 167 mph, the Aston Martin V8 Vantage takes joint thirteenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 4 seats and a front-mounted 5.3L V8 engine.
It is also joint 4th in The Most Powerful Cars From The 1970s.

Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3 Coupe (930) (1978-1984)

With a top speed of 162 mph, the Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3 Coupe takes joint fifteenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2+2 seats and a rear-mounted 3.3L Flat 6 Turbo engine.
It is also joint 26th in The Fastest Cars From The 1980s.

Lamborghini Jarama 400 GTS (1973-1976)

With a top speed of 162 mph, the Lamborghini Jarama 400 GTS takes joint fifteenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2+2 seats and a front-mounted 3.9L V12 engine.
It is also 11th in The Most Powerful Cars From The 1970s.

Lamborghini Silhouette P300 (1976-1979)

With a top speed of 161 mph, the Lamborghini Silhouette P300 takes joint seventeenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Targa Top with 2 seats and a front-mounted 3L V8 engine.
It is also joint 28th in The Quickest Accelerating Cars Of The 1970s.

De Tomaso Pantera L (1972-1990)

With a top speed of 161 mph, the De Tomaso Pantera L takes joint seventeenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 5.8L V8 engine.
It is also joint 4th in The Most Powerful De Tomasos Ever.

De Tomaso Pantera (1971-1972)

With a top speed of 161 mph, the De Tomaso Pantera takes joint seventeenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a mid-mounted 5.8L V8 engine.
It is also joint 5th in The Quickest Accelerating Cars Of The 1970s.

Ferrari 365 GTC/4 (1971-1972)

With a top speed of 161 mph, the Ferrari 365 GTC/4 takes joint seventeenth place.
It's a 2 door RWD Coupé with 2 seats and a front-mounted 4.4L V12 engine.
It is also joint 21st in The Most Powerful Cars From The 1970s.

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Last updated on 2nd September, 2019
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