Lamborghini, that raging Italian bull, resembled the moniker of Gallardo very subtlety. Disappointingly, the car making organization doesn’t think the way said, and in order to get their way right, they ended up discontinuing the production of Gallardo at their factory.
The last Gallardo to roll off from the production line at Sant’Agata Bolognese factory building is Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante in Rosso Mars (red), purchased by a private collector.
It is the No. 14,022 Gallardo that rolled off from the line since the production commenced in 2003 after the previewing the vehicle at same years’ Geneva Motor Show. The Italian automaker manufactured an average of 250 cars per year. To be a bit precise, the car making organization sold approximately 30,000 Lamborghinis since it started the operation in 1963, out of which half of them are the Gallardos.
Powered by a V10 engine, delivering power to all the wheels, Lamborghini Gallardo is also said to give us a replacement soon. Meanwhile, the Lamborghini had also started teasing the newbie on its official bays. Hope so, the good news will come soon.