New Video Available - New Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 - Debut at 2012 Paris Motorshow
The unique design with its razor-sharp lines is one of the key factors of the Gallardo great success worldwide. Nearly 13,000 units have already left the Sant'Agata Bolognese factory. The Gallardo design has now been further accentuated in the new Gallardo LP 560-4. The new front end is characterized by triangular and trapezoidal forms – two shapes that are typical of the Lamborghini design. To complete the new look, larger air intakes have been created ahead of the front wheels and the new 19-inch "Apollo polished" alloy wheels, painted in matt black and featuring precision-machined spokes in polished silver. Also new is the even more dynamic rear end design on the Gallardo LP 560-4. The triangle and trapezoid are the characteristic design elements here, too. The air outlet for the power unit has now a wider surface area, which improves its thermodynamic efficiency. A new Style Package is also available.
With a more determined lightweight design, a focus on high performance and a purist look, the Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera and the Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante mark the very pinnacle of the Gallardo family. As Edizione Tecnica, they benefit from a further improved equipment level and an even more individual look. Features of the Edizione Tecnica include the fixed high rear wing, as well as brakes in carbon-ceramic technology. They combine low weight with outstanding fade resistance and durability. The power to weight ratio down to an outstanding 2,35 allows the car to be taken as one of the best references in the segment.
Available video includes beauty shots, footage of the press conference, soundbites and video highlights of the 2012 Paris motorshow as well as still images.
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