Lamborghini Gallardo – Offering a Landmark Lamborghini

2014-01-12 00:28:03
Lamborghini is a highly celebrated Italian auto-maker, which specializes in manufacturing luxury sports cars and SUVs. The company is owned by Volkswagen through its functional subsidiary, Audi. The headquarters of Lamborghini as well their major manufacturing division is located at the Sant'Agata Bolognese in Italy. The Gallardo is a legendary model offered by Lamborghini, which won the hearts of billions of sports car lovers all over the world.

The first sport car models of Lamborghini got released in the mid 60s and they were notable for the power, comfort, as well as refined design. Lamborghini gained a worldwide acceptance for their Miura sports coupe in 1966, which was the flagship model with his rear mid-engine, back wheel drive, as well as featuring the refined layout for the high-performing cars of the age. The Sant'Agata Bolognese unit now produces only V12 engines as well as finished automobiles. The current production includes the V12-based Aventador, Gallardo which is V10-powered, and the all-new Huracán is due in the year 2014.


Lamborghini Gallardo - Review


Gallardo from Lamborghini is a full-version supercar in every sense with a very lofty handling. The Gallardo is called a landmark Lamborghini. Gallardo has also got the specialty of being the first genuine car to be manufactured by the Sant'Agata under the ownership of Audi. This is the model, which returned the fame to the firm for making a very affordable as well as usable sports super car. The all-new Gallardo LP560-4 is a truly living, which reflect the fact that Lamborghini is considering its future very seriously. At the first review itself, we can find it as a faster, mightier, and highly powerful. On the other hand, it is the most clean, economical, and an ecological car model Lamborghini ever produced.


At the first point, from the starter motor itself, the Gallardo is faster. Just turn the key and towards the end of this momentary chugging ends in the calm whoosh of the 303-cubic-inch DOHC 40-valve V-10 engine. The engine coolly settles so quick with a 1000-RPM idle, and ready to boost up to 8100-RPM to touch the red line. There is a six-speed e-gear (electronic) system also as optional to the otherwise fit in manual six-speed (which can save $10,000). This highly functional gear system is from Marelli, which is also serving to Maserati and Ferrari with similar high-performing systems.


For a faster exit, The company suggests switching off traction control and selecting the first gear along with the sport-shift mode for quicker gear changes. It can raise up to the top performance in really lesser timing and 60 mph is achieved in normal conditions in just 4.1 seconds and 118 was reached in 12.4 seconds on test driving conditions. Lamborghini claims that this car can coolly twist its need up to 192 mph without giving any trouble.

The doors of Gallardo can swing merely perpendicular on the normal horizontal hinges. The steering column is also designed very comfortably featuring manual tilts and telescopes. The seat can also be adjusted by smoothly rolling over the generous tracks. There is also ample headroom and legroom, which offer more comfort to the driver as well as the passengers. There is also the assistance of electric lumbar adjustment, which can bulge outward as needed by offering add-on support to the base of the spine. The big LCD screen comfortably arranged between the tacho and the speedometer shows the detailed trip info and it can also show open-door warning signals as well as alarms to notify anything gone wrong.

Lamborghini models:

Lamborghini Reventon
Lamborghini Aventador
Lamborghini Gallardo
Lamborghini Murcielago
Lamborghini Diablo