Lamborghini didn't bring the Gallardo Edizione Tecnica to the Paris Motor Show, intending for us to instead focus on the cosmetic changes made to the 2013 Gallardo LP560-4 Coupe and Spyder. We have to go back to a line we've had the pleasure of not using in a while: the revisions look better in person than they do in pixels. Even though the above photo does appear to lend credence to the accusations of droopiness, in person, standing above it at normal human height, the three-dimensionality of the design comes through.

The wheels are a move into something more ornate for the bullish brand, part of the series of wheel and tire combinations that will be exclusive to the LP560-4 in order to differentiate it from its siblings in the lineup. To our eyes, it's not a bad way to go out.

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