Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 degree bodykit Squadra Corse to change clothes

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 degree bodykit Squadra Corse to change clothes

Officially launched in 2003, the Lamborghini Gallardo was a successful car of the Italian supercar brand at that time. By the end of its life cycle, which is 10 years after the launch of the first car, the brand had sold 14,022 units in various versions.

Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 is an upgraded mid-life version of the first generation Gallardo prototype. The car is “new wind” with drastic changes in exterior design as well as performance. However, instead of the original look of the LP560-4, the Gallardo LP560-4 “rare goods” in – has been upgraded with the Bodykit kit inspired by the final version of the car – Gallardo Squadra Corse.

Gallardo Squadra Corse is based on the last Facelift model of the Gallardo line. Compared to the previous two original models, this generation of Gallardo possesses a groundbreaking design of the front bumper with large air vents shaped, divided by the eye-catching floor. Instead of the seamlessly designed rear grille, the car has been separated from the grille into 3 pieces to create a shape, bringing some differences to the final Facelift model of the Gallardo line.

As the last model of the Gallardo, Squadra Corse Gallardo owns many details bearing the direction of a racing car, even very familiar on special Gallardo cars. Typically, the large spoiler or the removable carbon cover commonly found on the Gallardo Super Trofeo or the special version LP570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale.

In order for the car to have a “look” similar to the Squadra Corse Gallardo, this LP560-4 has been replaced by the front bumper, the rear bumper or the hips section. At the same time, the car has been fitted with a large spoiler as well as a removable engine cover that can be quickly opened and closed. This bodykit is very impressive with many details made with carbon material.

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