The Squadra Corse is the last hurrah for the current Gallardo, which is due to be replaced in 2015
The car features carbon ceramic brakes
The green, white and red stripes are a reference to its race-car roots
Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse is fastest Gallardo ever
Rear wing of Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse is race-derived
Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse interior is dominated by carbonfibre and Alcantara
It hits 0-62mph in 3.4sec and 0-124mph in 10.4sec. Top speed is 199mph.
It is powered by the same 562bhp V10 as the Super Trofeo race car
Customers can order the car in yellow, white, grey or red
the Squadra Corse has a dry weight of 1340kg - 70 less than the standard Gallardo
The Squadra Corse takes its name from Lamborghini's recently created race division and inspiration for its performance capabilities and styling comes from the Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo race car. The Squadra Corse is road legal.
It is powered by the same 562bhp V10 as the race car. That means full power is delivered at 8000rpm via a robotised six-speed gearbox that is operated by steering wheel mounted paddles. It hits 0-62mph in 3.4sec and 0-124mph in 10.4sec. Top speed is 199mph. Braking is via a carbon ceramic system.
The carbonfibre rear wing also comes straight from the race car, and is said to create up to three times as much downforce as the standard Gallardo LP 560-4. Likewise, the carbonfibre bonnet is removable via race-derived quick release catches.
Thanks to the extensive use of carbonfibre and other weight-saving measures, the Squadra Corse has a dry weight of 1340kg - 70 less than the standard Gallardo.
Other styling nods to the car's race-bred qualities include the green, red and white strip along its flank. Customers can order the car in yellow, white, grey or red.
The interior is dominated by carbonfibre detailing and extensive use of Alcantara. The race seats, handbrake frame and centre console are also made of carbonfibre. Buyers can specify what Lamborghini calls 'comfort seats' instead of the race versions. No prices have been announced.
The all-new Lamborghini Gallardo is expected to be revealed in 2014, sharing key components, including a lightweight carbonfibre and aluminium spaceframe structure, with the replacement for today’s Audi R8, due in 2015.