The Lamborghini Gallardo is more than just a car, it’s the embodiment of the prestige that is Lamborghini. As Lamborghini’s best-selling model, this iconic supercar continues to impress drivers throughout the world. Produced from 2003 until 2013, the V-10 Gallardo served as Lamborghini’s flagship model for a decade. Advancements in drivability, when compared to former models such as the Countach, moved the Gallardo into the mainstream retail market, giving many the chance to own and drive a Lamborghini. The Gallardo was named “Dream Car of the Year” in 2006 by Top Gear, has given rise to a succession of V-12 flagship models, including the Aventador.
It is widely agreed that the Lamborghini Aventador has raised the bar for luxury supercars. First produced in 2011, the Aventador replaced the Murciélago as Lamborghini’s latest flagship V-12. The powerful engine, known within Lamborghini as the L539, is a 6.5L V-12 engine, designed in-house and marked Lamborghini’s second V-12 design. The exquisiteness of the engine is matched in design, and is visible in the precisely crafted carbon-fibre monocoque characteristic of Lamborghini. The Aventador is recognised for it’s responsiveness, torque, and smooth power output, and was named “Supercar of the Year” in 2011 by Top Gear.
The Lamborghini Huracán made its debut in 2014, replacing the popular Gallardo. Several technological advancements differentiate the Huracán from the Gallardo, including: full LED illumination, full colour TFT instrument panel, redesigned dashboard, direct and indirect gasoline injections, 7-speed dual clutch transmission with street, sport, and race modes, as well as a carbon-ceramic braking system. This 5.2L V-10 supercar offers superb handling combined with a luxurious leather interior worthy of the Lamborghini lineage, and was named “Supercar of the Year” in 2014 by Top Gear.