Lamborghini has staged a comeback under the guidance of Audi, and the Gallardo is a fine example of this collaboration. With a powerful V10 and AWD, the relatively compact Gallardo is a direct competitor with the Ferrari 458. In addition to the coupe the Gallardo is also offered as a roadster. Lamborghini offers the e.gear automatic transmission as an alternative to the standard 6-speed manual. Equipped with fat Pirelli PZero Corsa tires and 8-piston/4-piston (F/R) Brembo brakes, the Gallardo has the handling capabilities of a true thoroughbred. Standard ESP (Electronic Stability Program) keeps the Gallardo on track, although it can be switched off if desired.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|Gallardo LP550-2 ||5.2l V10 (552-bhp) ||SM6 ||RWD ||14/20/17 || ||TBD|
|Gallardo LP550-2 ||5.2l V10 (552-bhp) ||M6 ||RWD ||12/20/16 || ||$187,900|
|Gallardo LP560-4 ||5.2l V10 (552-bhp) ||SM6 ||AWD ||14/20/17 || ||TBD|
|Gallardo LP560-4 ||5.2l V10 (552-bhp) ||M6 ||AWD ||12/20/16 || ||$202,000|
|Gallardo LP570-4 ||5.2l V10 (561-bhp) ||SM6 ||AWD ||14/20/17 || ||TBD|
|Gallardo LP570-4 ||5.2l V10 (561-bhp) ||M6 ||AWD ||12/20/16 || ||$237,600|