Friday, April 29, 2011

Lamborghini Galardo LP 560-4 Review

Lamborghini offers some of the most exotic cars in the world of sport, and later, the Gallardo LP 560-4 Coupe is no exception. This new 'entry level' Lamborghini Coupe offers 560 horsepower 8000 rpm and 398 Nm of torque at £ 6,500 rpm through a 5.2-liter V10 engine, be sure to take the "Lamborghini of experience" in full.
Coupé will be able to hit 62 mph in 3.7 seconds. Sprint double speed - 124 mph - takes just 11.8 seconds.
560 the name of the car reflects his power, but the name "4" indicates an all-wheel-drive. "4" is likely to be added to the name in anticipation of a future release rear wheel drive, which could end with "2".
The latest engine is not just gained control of the country in transition, but also includes a new "direct injection stratified" system of direct injection. Despite the significant increase in production, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions have fallen by as much as 18 percent. When fuel efficiency improved LP 560-4 is capable of 12/20 city / highway mpg.

Expanded and redesigned entries clearly met the requirements of the engine cooling increases. The front spoiler, positioned low between the air intakes, improves aerodynamic equilibrium at high speeds.

The new version of the system of four-wheel drive, suspension design improved aerodynamics and optimized, contribute an enhanced driving experience. A reduction in weight of 44 kg and decreased friction between the components also improve performance.

The Gallardo LP 560-4 has not yet met the European mandatory regulations on pedestrian safety, without compromising the car's looks.

The automated e-gear has been completely redesigned for LP 560-4. time shift reduced by 40 percent, and the driver can choose between five different driving situations and to change programs. The most performance-oriented "Corsa" mode does not only affect the switching speed - but also the head of the engine for maximum acceleration. The "push mode" ensures maximum acceleration from neutral while the angle of the throttle and the clutch is optimized.

The optional carbon-ceramic disc brakes system uses eight Brembo front calipers and four-piston calipers in the back. The rotor size is 14.4-inch front and 14 rear.

Bi-xenon headlights provide plenty of light at night, while the LED daytime running lights gives the car a more aggressive look and high tech.