Lamborghini's special edition Tricolore celebrates 150 years of Italy’s unification

Lamborghini has revealed details of its latest special edition Gallardo, the Tricolore.

Designed to celebrate 150 years of Italy’s unification, features include white exterior paint, carbonfibre door mirrors and a Tricolore stripe, which runs down the entire length of the car, including the driver’s seat.

The car will be officially unveiled at an exhibition on March 16 in Turin, and is likely to be limited to just 150 units.

See a pic of the Gallardo Tricolore special

Stephan Winkelmann, Lamborghini CEO, said: “To celebrate the 150 years of Italian unity we felt that it was appropriate to propose a tri-colour livery for our most succesful model, the Lamborghini Gallardo.

“With the Lamborghini Gallardo Tricolore we give a further impulse to the development of the 'Made in Italy' label in the world,” he added.

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