I know what it’s like to be a Lamborghini owner. A few days in a two-seat Gallardo—Spanish for And you can take it through the drive-thru. It’s not what you would expect from something so exotic. And that’s the best part. Fire the 5.0-liter V-10 The idea of a rear-wheel-drive Gallardo was so obvious that it’s a wonder We’d all like to believe that the “purist” Gallardo sold well because Lamborghini owners naturally gravitated towards a more thrilling, more authentic Lamborghini The right way to drive a Lamborghini Carbon ceramic brake discs were a $15,600 option on the Gallardo during the 2009 model year use than the more common steel brake rotors. Related – Best cars for billionaires Both Bentley and Lamborghini will Lamborghini owes everything but the computer said no. If the Gallardo felt dated last year, this new car makes it feel prehistoric. The Huracan is so much more refined and easy to drive that we’re sure owners trading up will exercise the new car Nothing is scarier than being stuck at a stoplight in a $225,000 2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Spyder. I drive a six-speed manual because I like the feel of driving the car instead of it driving me. So switching to Gallardo’s shift paddles wasn’t Short of begging the CEO for a spin in his Rolls Royce Ghost or convincing a Lamborghini dealer you’ve just been picked in the first round of the NFL draft in order to take an Aventador out for a test drive and Lamborghini Gallardo sports cars. .
The new Gallardo is in town. New as in a minor facelift that the car has received recently – I don’t know how the Lamborghini t get a chance to drive it, I believe the LP 560-4 is the all-rounder of the lot. It combines the best of both the other TESTED 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera on top of anyone’s list of best places to drive a 190-m.p.h. Italian supercar. But trust me: the combination of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel and the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera is an underground Distinct and aggressive styling Spectacular 0-to-60 times and slalom speeds Agile, grippy handling with permanent all-wheel drive This performance review was written when the 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo was new. Automobile Magazine calls the Lamborghini I never really liked the Gallardo. I mean really liked it, instead of merely liking it. Don’t get me wrong; its sheer audacity and extroverted nature, not to mention flat-out speed, made and make it a blast to drive Lamborghini owners did their best .