German tuning company Prior Design has released these images of the Lamborghini Gallardo PD-L800 wide body kit for the 2003-2008 models. The tuners specialize in constructing aero kits, alloy rims and exhaust systems for high performance cars. Their full line-up of aftermarket accessories range from MINI hatchbacks to full on Lambo exotics, so whatever you need, Prior Design can cover.
Professional freeskier and alpine ski racer Jon Olson had his latest Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 customized for the ski slopes by DMC. Most skiers would never choose an exotic sports car for these conditions, but Jon thinks different. At first he did this with a Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 Superveloce holding a ski-box on top, however once the new Aventador was released, he sold that Murci and jumped on the waiting list.
Here we have a unique tuning package for the Lamborghini Gallardo from the German tuner Cosa Design. They started off with a new body kit that reminds us of the overkill Galaxy Warrior kit, consisting of a new front skirt, side skirts, rear apron, rear wing, and rear diffuser. The exhaust note was improved with a stainless steel unit featuring sound control. It also claims to add an extra 20 PS to the Lamborghini Gallardo, bringing the total output to 540 PS and 550 Nm of torque. The V-Max limiter has been raised to allow the sports car to reach 317 km/h.
With the dog days of summer approaching, SR Auto Group has released a new styling kit for the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 called Project Berzerk. The tuners at SR Auto Group have previously worked on several Lambos with great success, so this project was nothing out of the ordinary. The Lamborghini Gallardo is already a beautiful car to begin with, and the addition of a new front bumper, carbon side skirts, and carbon rear spoiler keep the smooth lines in tact. A stunning ocean blue paint job brings the whole piece together along with a new set of Monotec T04 rims measuring 20-inches in a gloss black finish.
The tuners from Reiter Engineering have put together a new track star based on the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560, and called it the LP600 because of the new performance figures. For the track, the modified Lambo received a new carbon fiber aero kit consisting of a front splitter, bumpers, new bonnet design, racing front fends, air exit ducts, underbody diffuser, and a huge rear spoiler. Reiter installed a new AP brake system with ventilated brake discs, their own double wishbone front and rear suspension, anti-roll bar, anti-drive and anti-squat, racing shocks, springs, and a new set of 18-inch racing wheels with slick tires. Tuning heads must give credit to the new lightweight aluminum frame, which received some new body parts and joint elements to make it work. In the end, this Lamborghini Gallardo only weighs in around 1190 kg, and the price for all this is pretty reasonable at 288,500 EUR.
The latest tuning program for the Lamborghini Gallardo is called the White Edition from the guys at Anderson Germany. Included in the kit is an aerodynamic package consisting of a new front apron, side skirts, rear diffuser, and a fixed rear wing. The exterior of the Gallardo Lambo was painted in a matte white to contrast the new set of black and white rims. Dropping the car closer to the ground is a new sport suspension, while the 20-inch wheels give it an aggressive and stunning look. Performance upgrades to the 5.2-liter V10 come next.
Back in October 2003 the Texas Mile held its inaugural event with a mile and a half long track allowing drivers to go as fast as possible. It has become very popular for tuning enthusiasts over the years because you can top out your car without getting in trouble with the law. It’s the perfect place to set new records, however you wouldn’t want to be the owner of this twin-turbo Lamborghini Gallardo. Things went horribly wrong right after he hit the 1 mile marker, immediately deploying the parachute, and sending him off the right side of the track into a furry of flips. No doubt it was the parachute that caused this crash, and the sad part is that the car didn’t even need a parachute. Lamborghini factory brakes would have been plenty to stop the car before the end of the track.
The tuning company ZR Auto has released a new project using the Lamborghini Gallardo with a nasty green paint job. Personally, I would never buy a car this color, but the mods are impressive to say the least. The exotic sports car received a brand new IMSA body kit to drastically change the appearance, while a Heffner Twin Turbo performance package was installed under the engine cover. Completing the look is the IMSA wide body conversion kit, along with IMSA custom painted lightweight wheels, IMSA eight-piston big brake kit, Moton fully adjustable coilover suspension kit, IMSA clear glass engine decklid, and a custom color interior to match the puke green exterior.
Here we have a Lamborghini Gallardo riding on lightweight ISS Forged Complex 5 rims. The ISS Forged wheel company uses high-strength 6061-T6 Aluminum with the Complex 5 wheels to create a durable rim for any high-end or high-powered sports car. This wheel package seen here adds a touch of styling to the otherwise stock Lambo Gallardo. Measuring 20×8.5 in the front, and 20×11.5 at the rear, this light 5-spoke design features hand-brushed aluminum centers to contrast the blingin’ chrome lips. But what’s a set of rims without a good pair of tires? High performance Falken 452’s were wrapped around all four. At the front, 245/30/20 were used, and the rear received 305/25/20. These tires are said to have good wet and dry traction.
Here is the new Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 package from the Swiss tuners at BF Performance. Making the supercar even more exotic and exciting is a black and white paint theme with a wide range of performance and styling parts. Dubbed the Lamborghini Gallardo GT600 from the guys at BF Performance, the car features a new aero kit made entirely of carbon fiber. It consists of a new front spoiler, side skirts, rear diffuser, rear wing, and new air inlets to reduce the overall weight by 43 kg. A majority of the new styling parts were painted white, along with the roof and hood, while the Lamborghini Gallardo received a set of black wheels to contrast the paint scheme.
Today we received the latest car tuning news from the guys at Markuzzi Exclusive about their all new Lamborghini Gallardo styling kit. Previously, the tuners shocked the industry with the stunning Mercedes wide body kit, and now have taken on a more expensive project with the Lamborghini. Pictured here is a 2005 Lamborghini Gallardo that has been boosted from the stock 500 hp rating to output 560 hp after a Markuzzi Production increase. The all new body kit is a definite head turner with a redesigned front apron, carbon fiber front splitter, rear apron, side skirts, and a carbon fiber rear diffuser.