It seems that Italians, especially auto producers are keeping a tradition of taking a two-model line and getting it into a full range line. You don’t think that this is true? Let’s have a quick look at what happened to Punto and 500, or take another quick look at what Maserati created from the limited series of GranTurismo and Quattroporte. Still wondering where is the connection with the Lamborghini? Think again about the Gallardo, Avantador and Murcielago. They all got into full range from restrained model line.
Elements like the roofs, drivetrain configurations and tuning are the elements that distinguished Gallardo’s versions from each other. Never mind that because they will certainly be replaced by a new model that will be better than any of those versions. Even so, before the new replacement model goes out from production, there are great rumors that Lamborghini is preparing one last variant of the almighty Gallardo, the LP550-2 Spyder.
Comparing it with all the other variants, will you be able to find the differences? If not, we will get them for you: an open-air motoring system and simplicity – that is all. The LP550-2 Spyder is supposed to get the powertrain from the Balboni version. Even so, it is thought it will be lighter in weight and it will be provided with only rear traction. You also get, of course, the convertible roof – after all it is a Spyder.