Besides the new Gallardo LP 560-4, Lamborghini also revealed the Gallardo LP 570-4 Superlegerra Edizione Tecnica. As expected, this comes with a fixed rear wing, as well as brakes in carbon-ceramic technology in order to combine low weight with outstanding fade resistance and durability.
According to the official press release, the Gallardo LP 570-4 Superlegerra Edizione Tecnica has a power to weight ratio down of 2,35 allowing it to be be taken as one of the best references in the segment. Moreover, the car features three new exclusive optional color combinations, whereby the entire roof arch and front air intakes are painted in a contrast color.
The Gallardo LP 570-4 Superlegerra Edizione Tecnica can be offered painted in: Nero Nemesis (matt black) body with Arancio Argos (orange) pillars and front air intakes, Bianco Canopus (matt white) body with Arancio Argos pillars and front air intakes, and Arancio Argos body with Nero Nemesis pillars and front air intakes.
Lamborghini Murcielago’s smaller cousin, Lamborghini Gallardo, was made to be an advanced sports car that could still pass as an everyday car. The task seemed improbable; however, it was done by the engineers through maintaining the fierce performance of a Lamborghini while achieving high comfort standards. The end-product is a 4.3 meters long 2-seater furious bull that could reach the speed of over 300 km/h. This trait helped in achieving the vision of the company of balancing the speed and comfort.
The company intentionally kept the characteristics of the earlier Lamborghini automobiles while incorporating a unique and modern sense to it. The physique of the car feels fast and rigid even when static. Although you may notice some aspects of Audi in it, the interior has a fresh and an excellent build quality.
On the down side, the automobile lacks the scissor doors Lamborghini is renowned for. Such doors are set aside for V12 lineage. The car is made completely from aluminum and powered by an impressive 5-liter V10 engine, generating a maximum power of 500 hp (368 kW) at 7,800 rpm, 510 Nm of torque at 4,500 rpm (with as much as 80% available as low as 1,500 rpm).
A Drive by Wire technology, with two throttle bodies, controls the throttle. A Lamborghini Viscous Traction system, which normally spreads out the traction at about 30% front and 70% rear, is responsible for sending power to all four wheels.
The system is needless of any extra electronic management and is "self-regulating". The e-gear is a 6-speed manual gearbox that contains a selection of a sequential gearbox. This is used by the car to provide change gear using paddles attached to the steering column. In order to make the center of the gravity lower, the car utilizes a double plate that is reduced in diameter.