LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO - METALLIC ORANGE
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Price : US$ 490
The Gallardo (pronounced ga-yar-doh) is named after one of the original five breeds of fighting bull. Created in Santa Maria, Spain in the XVIII century by Francisco Gallardo and his brothers, the breed became known for its good looks and strength, characteristics reflected in the new car.
Initiated in 2000, the Gallardo was designed by Luc Donckerwolke. A compact 4.3-metre mid-engine two-seater coupe, it is capable of maximum speeds well in excess of 300 km/h and can be driven both on an everyday basis and on the racetrack. The aluminium space frame and body panels together with thermal plastic front and rear bumpers achieve a dry weight of only 1,430 kilos in spite of the car's 4-wheel-drive system.
The V10 DOHC four valve V90-degree 5-litre engine produces 500Hp with 510Nm. The wheels are 8.5x19 front and 11x19 rear fitted with 8-pot brake caliper/365mm front discs and 4-pot brake caliper/335mm rear discs. The transmission is 6-speed manual as standard or optional 6-speed sequential E-gear paddle shift. A see-through glass panel engine cover is available as an alternative to the standard louvre type cover.
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