Hamann Lamborghini Gallardo SE (56k no no)

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Lamborghini ? the brand is synonymous with sporty automobile pleasure for the street. And when you see the new Gallardo, you also know why. 500 hp is at work inside this attractive and, most importantly, airflow-optimized body. Hamann Motorsport is now offering a styling and tuning packet especially for the Gallardo SE that brings its motorsport character clear-ly into focus, and that gives this noble bull even more performance.


Already the first impression the Hamann Lamborghini Gallardo makes indicates that this is hardly a standard model. The Hamann specialists constructed a comprehensive aerodynamics program for this racy sports car. The front is dominated by an innovatively designed front spoiler. The Hamann engineers indeed
oriented themselves in the develop on Italian design, but they also included the typically powerful and sporty stylistic elements of the tradition-rich company. The impressive appearance is also reinforced by the frontal airscoops, the broad side skirts and the air intake screens located on the sides. No question about it ? the
Hamann Lamborghini Gallardo SE is a genuine racing car for the street.

More Downforce with the Aerodynamics Kit

More than anything else, the rear portion makes this clear. A mighty, adjustable rear wing ? la motorsport doesn?t just assure the appropriate optics, but also increased application force on the rear axle at higher speeds. Almost the same applies for the wide Hamann rear diffuser. It makes the rear appearance of the Gallardo unmistakable, and the car virtually sucks itself onto the asphalt.

Thanks to the comprehensive aerodynamic components, the Hamann Lamborghini Gallardo SE makes a clearly sportier and more exclusive impression. And it wouldn?t be a real Hamann if the performance was not optimized as well. By using sport steel
catalytic con-verters and two double-pipe sport mufflers with 76 millimeter diameter in a V2A stainless steel design, the performance of the Hamann Lamborghini was increased by a total of 28 hp up to 528 hp. At the same time, the maximum torque
was increased by 50 Nm to a total of 560 Nm as a result of this modification. This data speaks clearly and confirms the external appearance. Custumers who prefer the original tail-pipes, Hamann offers the possibility to use them with the new sport
muffler by providing an adaptor.

Thanks to its aerodynamics packet, the Hamann Lamborghini Gallardo is optically a thoroughbred racing car for the street. The performance increase also gives this proud bull the necessary power. More than anything else, the successful mixture of
power, sportiness and exclusivity make the Hamann Lamborghini Gallardo SE so special.

Specifications
General Information

Vehicle Type:2-door coupe, modified car
Price: Unavailable
Fuel Mileage: Unavailable
Drivetrain Configuration: Mid Engine/AWD
Engine: V10
Displacement: 4961 cc
Horsepower: 528 bhp @ ---- rpm
Torque: 413 lb-ft @ ---- rpm
Max RPM: Unavailable
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual
Dimensions
Weight: Unavailable
Height: Unavailable
Length: Unavailable
Width: Unavailable
Wheelbase: Unavailable
Track (f/r): Unavailable
Performance 0-60 mph: 3.9 sec
0-100 mph: Unavailable
? mile: Unavailable
Top Speed: Unavailable
Lateral acceleration: Unavailable
Braking 60-0 mph: Unavailable

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I think that this is one of the best cars that Hamann have ever done. and the fact that only 300 Gallardo SE's will be made just makes it that much better. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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Gallardo SE's and F430's are perfect for cruising up to a vallet parking in class and style.

Once Hamann gets their hands on either one of them, they're best for drag racing each other from a set of traffic lights.

Its not bad, its just that I prefer leave them stock and look good in them at the vallet parking. But maybe I'm just being fussy...I just don't see the point in all the tuners most of the time.
 

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Had a second look - the wheels are nice, the rest is :yucky:. The spoiler and stripes are just nasty, and the extra bodywork just looks tacked on.

No thanks, I'll take a stock SE.
 

bartboy9891

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looks phenomenal. i want to see how much of a difference Hamann actually makes on a track. BM should test a few against their normal counterparts
 

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That Bodykit is just lifted from the normal Hamann Gallardo. Still looks awesome! :thumbsup:
 

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without the stripes and spoiler it would look amazing but with them, it just looks weird
 

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Spolier is too far forward and the rims should be recessed a bit IMO, but besides that... :drool:
 
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