Lamborghini Jalpa was an entry-level sports car launched by the Italian Lamborghini Automobile Company from 1981 to 1988. It adopted the necessary pop-up headlights of the sports car at that time. In order to reduce wind resistance, the body is designed to meet the wedge-shaped of aerodynamics. The engine is rear-mounted, where the front hood is the luggage compartment. In the Lamborghini family, Jalpa is called “baby” because of its small body and flexible steering, which is very suitable for urban driving.