• Mar 25th 2008 at 12:56PM
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Remember Lamborghini's pledge to attend each major auto show with a new product? Pretty ambitious, but by and large the exotic Italian carmaker has lived up to its promise. In unveiling the LP560-4, the revised version of the Gallardo, Lamborghini opened up a whole new range of possibilities, and we're expecting new Spyder and possibly Superleggera models to follow at coming shows.

The former is likely to be the first to make its debut. While modifying a vehicle – especially one with such dynamic excellence as the Gallardo – to drop its top is a time-consuming affair, remember that the outgoing Gallardo on which the LP560-4 is based had its own Spyder version, so we wouldn't expect too long a development period. Still, the Paris show in October could be a bit soon, so we might have to wait a while longer to see the new Spyder. In the meantime, we've got a very...different video of the new Gallardo LP560-4 after the jump, just because we like you that much.

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      • 7 Years Ago
      I think there needs to be a contest, who can make more versions of the same car Lambo or the Ford Mustang.
        • 7 Years Ago
        thats not fair, the gallardo gets exponentially more-awesome-er with each revision, the mustang does not. :D
      • 7 Years Ago
      Maybe its just me, but when you look at the rear of the gallardo of these pictures, you can't help but see an
      Audi-esque R8 resemblance. Maybe its just me.
      It does look nice though!
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