The Lamborghini Gallardo is now officially the most versatile vehicle on the planet. Who needs a Land Rover when you can have one of these?
Images surfaced on Chinese social network Sina Weibo that show a Gallardo driver getting into trouble for transporting a giant stuffed bear the only way a Lamborghini allows it.
FC Anji has had a pretty good season. The Russian soccer team, located in the city of Makhachkala, was promoted from the Russian National Football League to the Russian Premier League, and they’re celebrating with this giant Lamborghini statue:
Despite being a decade old now, a stock Bugatti Veyron 16.4 will still out-accelerate almost all cars you can throw at it. But not a Stage 3 Gallardo, which is sort of funny once you start to think about it.
Here is one of the most unusual drag races. In a 1/4 mile drag race video, a rare light-weight Lamborghini Gallardo STS (Super Trofeo Stradale) takes on the 2015 BMW M4.
The bull is naked.
Famed Lamborghini race shop Reiter Engineering has made a GT3 racer that looks as mean as it sounds. Think Lamborghini has gotten too soft and Audi-like? This is the race car for you.
While the Lamborghini Huracan may have just started to replace the Gallardo, the latter is still racing against Audi R8s, McLaren 12Cs, and Mercedes SLS's over in Europe. And when they crash, they do so spectacularly, in true Lamborghini fashion. Like when this Gallardo decided to do a huge mid-air cartwheel.
The Lamborghini Gallardo may be gone, replaced by the Huracan, but it's not exactly the kind of car you say "good riddance" to. You cherish it, remember it for what it was, and for what it always will be. Enough with the cloying sweetness, though. Thing's got a V10 and it goes like absolute stink.
The finishing pack at the Gastown Grand Prix was lead by a Lamborghini Gallardo pace car. One spectator missed that memo, and nearly paid for it with her legs.
A businessman in Thailand crashed his Lamborghini Gallardo into a tree after spinning off a wet road, causing the car to split in two. Miraculously the driver walked away with only minor injuries. The car? Not so much.
For years now, carmakers have been throwing four-wheel-drive at all their high-power offerings to make them easier to launch and easier to control. For one twin-turbo Lamborghini, that'd didn't exactly play out.
The Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo is, in the words of famed wordsmith Travis Okulski, "absolutely incredible." I don't doubt it for a second, and that's just from the rear view.
It goes something like this for former F1 and IndyCar driver Tomas Enge during last weekend's Pirelli World Challenge race at St. Petersburg:
A good auto mechanic is smart, safe, and competent. Bad mechanics are none of those things. But it looks like no matter who your mechanic is, when presented with the sweet, sweet siren song of a Lamborghini Gallardo, they won't be able to resist the temptation of taking it for a joyride and totaling it in short order.