Gallardo LP560-4 Bicolore features a two-tone exterior finish and a matching interior
26 January 2011

Lamborghini has revealed its latest special edition Gallardo at the Qatar motor show.

The Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Bicolore features a two-tone exterior finish and a matching interior. Gallardo Bicolores will always come with a Nactis Black roof, and five colours – including the bright orange pictured here – will be offered for rest of the bodywork.

See pics of the Gallardo LP560-4 Bicolore

The Bicolore is based on the standard LP560-4, complete with its 552bhp V10 engine that helps propel it from 0-62mph in 3.7sec and onto a top speed of 201mph.

Lamborghini says the special edition “gives the Gallardo a new, more aggressive personality that looks even wider, even more extreme and innately adhered to the road”.

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Features include 15-spoke aluminium alloy wheels finished in titanium grey enamel and a black high-gloss finish for the air intakes, front spoiler and upper section of the rear diffuser.

Inside, the instrument panel, seats and door panels are upholstered in Nero Persus leather with stitching to match the exterior paintwork.

Lamborghini has released no pricing or availability information at this stage. The Italian firm will launch its all-new replacement for the Murcielago at the Geneva motor show in march.

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