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  Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4
 

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced from:2008 - 2012
Introduced at:2008 Geneva Motor Show
Successor:Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4
Source:Company press release
Last updated:March 07, 2008
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 Don't forgte the Mercielago  
acfsambo
11-06-2008
greglgtp, if this had more power, it would be moving into the Murcielago territory, which is why they kept the power to what it is.
 ok name but great looking body  
greglgtp
11-06-2008
the name is ok but they should of called it the Gallardo LP600. W/ 620hp/ 540lb. torque. Instead of 560hp/390lb. torque. Small if you asked me. Lamborghini needs to redew the car's engine.
 The new gallardo  
strike eagle
07-26-2008
The LAmborghini Gallardo LP560, I have to admit will be the best Gallardo today. It's lighter, faster, more powerful, and has more aggressive looks. It look like its big brother now, the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640. Their difference however is that the LP640 looked better than its predessesor Murcielago from front to back and it has a bigger, more powerful engine and more speed. Like the Murcielago LP640, the Gallardo LP560 is faster and has a bigger, more powerful engine. The front end looks awesome. However, the same cannot be said for the rear-end. I still prefer the rear-end design of the old gallardo. I wish they have never changed it. But overall, its a better car than any of the Lamborghini Gallardo before it... Nice!!!
 WOW...  
bruxell
03-08-2008
... it's a faster, lighter, more focused Gallardo (not like that's happened before... that's still saddled with 4WD and a stupid paddle-shift box. Call me when they REALLY rip the fat out of the car.

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