A slightly modified Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show. Lamborghini’s top-selling model received revisions like modified front and rear styling, a new set of matt black 19in alloy wheels and bigger air intakes in front of the front wheels. Consumers can order the supercar with a new Style Package, which paints the underside of the front spoiler, front and rear grilles and parts of the rear trim with a gloss black finish.
There are more personalization options available at Lamborghini’s ‘Ad Personam’ programme. An Edizione Tecnica specification is new to the Gallardo lineup.
It is offered for the high-performance LP 570-4 Superleggera and Spyder Performante models, which will receive a new fixed rear wing, carbon ceramic brakes and a new appearance with three separate colour combinations. Showrooms will display the revised LP 560-4 and new Edizione Tecnica models starting in November. The Gallardo LP 550-2 coupé and Spyder models have not been changed.
Lamborghini Gallardo is the more compact relative of the Murcielago. It is designed as a technologically advanced sports car that can also function as a daily use car. Its engineers have successfully integrated the best comfort features with the impeccable performance expected of a Lamborghini. The outcome is a 2-seater aggressive bull that is 4.3-meters long and that speeds for more than 300 kph.
This makes the Gallardo a great archetype of the company’s best-performing sports car that is pleasant to drive not only in the race track but also in the country or city lanes.
It was built not only to uphold the qualities of the former Lamborghinis, but also to augment its superior individuality and modern appearance. The Lamborghini Gallardo truly appears stunning and looks uncompromising and fast even when it’s on a stop.
The internal features are indeed modern and truly of an exceptional quality, although some can identify a few Audi attributes. It is unfortunate, however, that the car doesn’t have the popular scissor doors since they were reserved by Lamborghini for the V12 lineup.
Operated by an aluminum 5-liter V10 engine, the Lamborghini Gallardo generates up to 500 horsepower at 7,800 rpm and a 510 Nm torque at 4,500 rpm. Throttle is regulated by the Drive by Wire software with a couple of electronic throttle bodies. The Lamborghini Viscous Traction configuration also sends the power to the wheels which efficiently distributes traction at about 70% rear and 30% front when in normal conditions.