Reiter Engineering unveils street-legal Lamborghini Gallardo GT3 Strada

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 26, 2010

It was unveiled by the German racing and engineering firm Reiter Engineering the street-going version of its Lamborghini Gallardo racecar designated the GT3 Strada.

Well known for its enhancement of lightweight racing variants of Lamborghini super vehicles such as the Diablo, Gallardo, and Murcielago, Reiter Engineering is the factory-backed entry for the Lamborghini team in the FIA GT Championships.

Previously, the firm showcased the street-going Murcielago R-GT supercar at Germany's Essen Motor Show, and lately it has unwrapped details about its latest Gallardo GT3 Strada.

Force is provided by Gallardo's regular 5.0L V10 powerhouse but energy has been improved by 10hp which it owes to the putting in of a new high-flow exhaust which is mounted at the center. Weight has been lowered only by about 9kg, pointing to the fact that the Gallardo's All Wheel Drive system is preserved.

The full range of the revisions are not known with regards to the first production concept, nevertheless Reiter Engineering generally take out AWD systems for their racing vehicles in keeping with racing guidelines.

Making the GT3 Strada distinct from the typical model is a bespoke body made from carbon-fiber with 60mm increased fenders, an gigantic GT wing, a ride-height that has been lowered, and alloy rims of three-pieces wrapped with rubber form Michelin Pilot Sport 2. At the interior, the car stays mostly stock besides the added racing bucket seats wrapped in new leather.

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