Lamborghini finally leaked the second picture series of the new Lamborghini Gallardo Tricolore. Lamborghini’s upcoming Gallardo Tricolore made an unexpected internet debut ahead of its official unveiling on March 16th – the date which we are all waiting for.
Lamborghini built this new Lamborghini for celebration for the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy, the special edition Gallardo will have tricolor strip that runs the entire length of the car – including the driver’s seat and white exterior with carbon fiber mirrors
Nothing to ponder on to much, the Lamborghini from what other auto spectators say Lamborghini will only produce for 150 cars. Which does of course, make perfect sense seeing LAmborghini is celebrating their 150th year of Italy’s unification.
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I’m finally back from my disappearance from my blog. Hopefully I’ll be able to catch up!
As shown is the 2011 Reiter Lamborghini LP600+. The new LP600+ features an updated front splitter, exhaust system, redesigned hood, new gear ratios, and featuring 5.2 liter V10 is dialed up to 592BHP at 8,000 rpm engine. The LP600+ weighs just 2,624 lbs – of course that was only made possible because the wondrous magnesium wheels.
I’d start saving your cash from now, the new Reiter Lamborghini LP600+ costs a good $385,774….don’t forget the extra $4!
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Despite the safety precautions in place in most competitive races, there’s always that possibility that something could go wrong. That wasn’t any more evident than in Round 4 of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo Cup that was held recently.
The Lamborghini Super Trofeo Cup saw a massive accident during Round 4 of the season. From what we can tell, the number 22 Lamborghini Gallardo driven by Giorgio Bartocci went off into the gravel on the last turn.
The Giorgio’s side door flew open as the car span down the lane. When it finally came to a stop, the Gallardo turned into a fireball.
Fire crews took longer than expected to pull the driver from the wreck and were seen using hand held fire extinguishers to battle the blaze, in a time of 1 minute through the fire. Surprisingly, Bartocci survived the incident and is currently in intensive care with 1st degree burns and a fractured leg.
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