Gallardo LP 570-4 Super Trofeo Stradale – it’s a bit of a mouthful isn’t it? But the simplest way of describing Lamborghini’s new variant is by telling you this is the most extreme Gallardo ever.
Rugby player Jonah Lomu, who started out with the All Blacks in 1994 and became the top try scorer in the 1999 World Cup, visited the home of the world’s top supersports cars at Sant’Agata Bolognese earlier this week.
Angie Voluti wrote a few months about the naming advantage of Italian car companies in her article, ‘What’s in a Name?’, and Lamborghini’s latest special edition Gallardo LP 560-4 Bicolore provides a perfect example.
If high-tailing it over to Los Angeles for the Need for Speed Launch Party was a trifle inconvenient, then fear not, there is another way you can get involved.
EA (Electronic Arts) and KingSize USA are offering an advance-preview of the EA Need For Speed Hot Pursuit game launch in LA on Tuesday 16 November. The Philly based hip-hop duo Chiddy Bang will headline the event, which also features an all-night open bar.
EA’s exciting new game, Need for Speed – Hot Pursuit, received a helping hand from UK vehicle wrapping specialist, Totally Dynamic at its UK launch event this week.
No, this is not the car which Lamborghini have been gradually revealing in recent teaser images, but the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Blancpain Edition is still a mouth-watering prospect for fans of the Raging Bull.
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It’s supposed to be a Gentleman racer series, but there was nothing gentle about the competition at Spa this weekend.
Lamborghini’s parts department must be rubbing their hands in glee at the start of a new Super Trofeo season.
Six-hundred is a nice round number for the Gallardo according to Edo Competition.
You’ve got to have some sympathy for the dyno when confronted with such force.