Lamborghini Gallardo

Lamborghini Gallardo (Italian pronunciation: [ɡaʎʎardo]) (English pronunciation: / ɡuy-Yarr-do /) is a sports car built on a Lamborghini. Lamborghini Gallardo is the most produced in the model so far, more than 10,000 built in the first seven years of production. The car is named after a famous breed of bull. The Spanish word Gallardo becomes a 'brave'.

Gallardo offers two choices of return, conventional transmission (H-Box) six-speed manual, and an advanced six-speed electro-hydraulic semi-automatic, automated manual, which Lamborghini abbreviates to 'E-gear. 'E-gear' allows the driver to make changes much faster than the manual would be. Driver moves up and down through the paddles behind the steering wheel, but it is also automatic.

For MY2006 (launched in late 2005) Lamborghini introduced many changes to the car to respond to some criticism by the press and won the owners. They are derived from the limited edition Gallardo SE. The exhaust system has been changed to a more sports (including a component to make it quieter around town), was suspended revised and a new rack is fitted, has been the engine power has increased by 20 hp to a maximum of 512 brake horsepower (382 kW), the biggest change has been an overall reduction in leverage, especially in the first 5. The result was a much better car to handle and turned in a better, sounded better in full throttle and the extra power and lower prepares a car already turned quickly into a serious fast.

Audi R8 sports car, launched in early 2007, is based on the Gallardo platform, and uses a 4.2-liter V8 instead of the Gallardo's V10 to avoid competing directly with the Gallardo. In December 2008, revealed a V10 Audi Audi R8, with a detuned version of the Gallardo engine, positioned between R8 and Gallardo V8. For the 2008 model year Gallardo added features to include an onboard computer iPod connectivity with USB, heated mirrors, Q-citura stitching that originally could not be found on the Nera model, and a beige coat on the Spyder.

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