Here is a picture we drew.
Those period tires... just let me drive it!
I give you the Rainbowghini. Or the Gallardbow. The Lambow? Whatever, it’s a Lamborghini Gallardo that was wrapped in “full colour, full gradient” for its Malaysian owner by Japanese firm Motorsport Playground. Motorsport Playground does all sorts of things, from the pretty nifty to the truly gross.
If it was a gen 2 Superleggera/ Super Trofeo Stradale I would.
He finally brought it. His DD is a Panamera GTS and he has been telling us about this Gallardo for months. Its real. Also, he is a pig parker, unfortunately. Everyone stopped and stared at it. Spotted at work.
Found this while walking home from breakfast. Of course it was parked outside a government building. And I still cannot get over how great looking this car is.
Shots are from the photographers (in this set, myself and 2 others) of a recent charity even up here in Edmonton this weekend; Racing For A Cure. We raised a big number (haven't had it confirmed so no point saying) for the Stollery Childrens Hospital and the Kids with Cancer institute, both local groups here.
Having been one of the stars of the Geneva Motor Show, the Lamborghini Huracan certainly maintains that accreditation on the road. This stunning Verde Mantis green Huracan was spotted in Marbella, Spain. Reports suggest that 25 Huracan's are currently in Spain as part of a photoshoot for a German magazine. This sexy…
This is how I believe the Lamborghini Gallardo was designed.
Well, that didn't work out so well. Sorry the video isn't embedding as I had hoped.
Random question inspired by learning the new small Lambo will not have a manual option :(
And the Gallardo has always been kind of lukewarm to me, but when people turbo charge it sounds so amazing!!
I have never sat in a car with an interior that was better than this one. From the thick, supporting, quilted seats, to the surprisingly high amount of visibility, (except for the rear) and the white & red accenting all over, it was a remarkable experience. Not to mention that running through the gears felt like sex.…
There may very well be one last, very fast, hurrah.
Make your V10s sound better.
Saw this a few weeks ago but didn't get a picture. Saw it again today and was ready. It ended up parking right behind me and then an unrelated Aston DB9 Volante parked behind him. It also had "lambo" style doors on it, that swing up. Which I don't think was how the stock Gallardo Spyders came.
I went to my 3rd Circuit One event at Nassau Coliseum on Long Island, NY - my first was back in May at a CT racetrack. Much better experience this time; they brought 4 cars vs 2 at the previous event so the wait was short. Unfortunately, you can't go very fast in a parking lot due to uneven pavement, so next month's…
Some more spy photos from the Nurburgring because none of us can wait.
From the spy photos, the new Gallardo look like it will be a smaller Aventador while still retaining the original Gallardo's DNA.