2004 Lamborghini Gallardo Twin Turbo Brushed Aliminum Wrap on 2040-cars
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
This is a turn key ready 1000HP Car! This was my personal car for the last year and a half and it has been regularly maintained and serviced by Lamborghini of Miami and Billet Design. Under 1,000 miles ago I replaced all four tires, did a full fluid changed and had a new clutch put in with warranty from Lamborghini Miami. The car has two keys and a set of manuals and is a non smoker car.
Now lets get to the good stuff! I bought the car with the Heffner Twin Turbo kit which has a price tag of over $65,000.00 Originally the car was red and I had the first ever brushed aluminum wrap done at a cost of $5,000.00. The door jambs were also done in Carbon Fiber. A Clear engine Bonnet was installed at a cost of $6,000.00 A brand new set of ADV.1 Wheels and tires were installed at the cost of $12,000.00. An RSC LP560 Carbon Front bumper was also installed with a price tag of another $4500.00. Then we get to the inside of the car where the gray trim was painted Red at a cost of $1,000.00 and a custom Bluetooth, NAV, SAT touch screen radio with custom enclosure sub was installed at $7500.00. As previously mentioned the car just got a complete check up and all fluids replaced, tires replaced, clutch replaced and the total cost was $8500.00. If you do the math you get over $109,500 spent on Modifications and Service add to that the actual car which stock would be worth $90,000 + and you are getting a $200,000+ car for a gigantically discounted rate of $135,250!
I have included many photos because it is very hard to capture the Brushed Aluminum with a Camera. It sometimes looks matte, sometimes chromeish and sometimes you can tell its brushed finish! In person the comments I get are fantastic and when your up close and can feel the material its even better as it ads to the "brushed" description. The car sounds INEDIBLE both inside with the custom sound system and outside with the amazing whine of the turbos and roar of the exhaust.
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Auto blogFri, 13 Dec 2013
Lamborghini is expected to drop the sheet on its replacement for the Gallardo later this month (think of it as an automotive Festivus gift), which means that speculation on the new supercar's looks and performance is reaching a fever pitch. While the discussion centers on powertrains, though, we're overlooking something equally important - the car's name.
We've been operating under the impression that it would be named Cabrera, after the Detroit Tigers eight-time All-Star and Triple-Crown-winning first baseman a famous line a fighting bulls, as per Lamborghini tradition. Now comes word that Lambo might be moving away from the bovine nomenclature, based on a 2012 trademark filing for the name Huracan. (Of course, it's entirely possible that Lambo historians will dig up some dusty lineage on a fighting bull with a breezy name).
That's left some wondering if the collective auto industry has it wrong. As AutoExpress points out, though, the Huracan trademark was filed at the same time the Italian brand registered the "Urus" name for its SUV concept. During that filing, Lambo also registered the name "Deimos," so really, this should all be taken with a grain of salt.
Novitec has finished its tuning program for the Lamborghini Aventador, and it has called the mean-looking finished product, Torado. It looks like it wants to take the pedestrian sinisterness of the Aventador into an otherworldly rage, with carbon fiber vents, spoilers and protrusions lining the body from front to back.
Novitec says it's still good for daily use, even with four different stages of power tune and a fifth out-of-the-ballpark injection called "Bi-Kompressor." The power bumps start at 722 horsepower and 519 pound-feet and go up to 969 hp and 672 lb-ft with the bi-kompressor. The exhaust systems included in those packages are also good for shaving around 20 kilos from the car's weight.
There's a short press release below with more on Novitec's work, and a video of the Torado in the wind tunnel.
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