To be honest we don’t really like this tuning jobs that make a car look like a more expensive model. We think it’s lame. But we have to admit, Cosa Design has come up with a nice one for this Lamborghini Gallardo.
This kit gives the baby Lambo looks of the Reventon at the front, and the new Aventador at the back.
The big and busy kit includes a front skirt, side skirts, a rear apron, rear wing as well as a rear diffuser, completed with 9.5 x 20-inch rims with 245/30R20 tires at the front and 11 x 20-inchers with 295/25R20 Continental Sport Contact tires at the back.
Changes are more than just cosmetic of course. Cosa has fitted the car with a sport exhaust system and new electronics, so the V10 engine now makes 540 PS and 550 NM of torque. That increases the top speed to 317 km/h.
Powerful brakes and a set of coilover suspension finish off the program.
The title of this post might seem wrong at first, but when you see the picture you realize what’s it all about!
Prior Design has turned the a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 into a Reventon by designing a massive kit for it. The back is also inspired by a touch of Aventador.
So you get new front bumper, rear bumper, and side skirts. The rear compartment is actually a busy place those lines and grilles. It is certainly an overkill but some people might actually like doing such a thing to their car, which frankly has stated to look dated.
People who can afford a Lamborghini Murcielago are probably capable of buying a brand-new Aventador as well. But there’s a problem. The Aventador is sold out for over a year.
So German tuner DMC has come up with this package, which they think will keep the owners happy until the Aventa becomes available.
For the looks, DMC offers a redesigned front and rear bumper with an integrated diffuser. The interior too gets complete new leather and carbon fiber coatings. For a better soundtrack they also offer the DMC stainless sports rear silencer.
If that’s not enough for you, DMC also tweaks the engine and remaps the ECU of that big V12. That increases the power from 572 to 600 HP, while increasing torque from 479 to 495 Nm. So it’s a nice supply of fun to compensate until you get an Aventador!
The tuners from Underground Racing have gained a fame in twin-turbocharging some of the finest supercars of today, but they are going to take it to a whole new level by modifying the Lamborghini Murcielago LP670 SV.
As you see in this teaser video they’ve released, it’s a fire-breathing monster. Awesome!
Apparently the tuning package, which costs a whopping 120,000 USD, will give the car a massive 1100 hp output. But that’s on pump gas, feed it with racing fuel and it’ll deliver 1200 hp! That means you can worry people in Veyrons.
CDC International has come up with a new body kit for the first gen Lamborghini Gallardo which is inspired by Lamborghini Reventon, but looks terrible on this baby Lambo!
As you see they have designed a completely new front bumper for the car, and also gives it new side skirts and huge rear wing. The rear bumper however is just modified and comes with new vents and a massive diffuser.
Owning a Lamborghini Reventon is an unfulfillable dream even for wealthy people, but I don’t think such lame kits will fool anyone into mistaking the Gallardo with that car! It also ruins the reputation of the Reventon.
CDC will also offer 19 and 20-inch wheels, and if you want more Reventon-ish features, engine upgrade up to 800 hp!
To make the Lamborghini Gallardo more appealing, Swiss tuner BF-Performance has designed a sporty body kit inspired by the awesome Reventon.
It called the GT600 and is available for both coupe and spider variants. this carbon kit includes a new front bumper, side skirts, rear wing, and a massive diffuser. They can also fit the car with LSD doors upon request.
BF can also implement a wide range of performance upgrades on the car. They can increase the power and better yet, turn it into a rear-wheel-drive!
The interior of the car is also garnished with carbon fiber parts on the steering wheel, door handles, ventilation grids and even at the switch casings, and you can even choose the color.
The new Lamborghini Gallardo has recently paid a visit to Edo Competition garage. It went in as a LP560 and came out as the LP600!
This is because of the extra power Edo has put in the car’s V10 engine. It now develops 600hp and 527 nm of torque, it does 0 to 60 in 35 seconds and has a top speed of 212 mph.
The car has a sport exhaust system whit butterfly valves which enhances the already amazing sound of the Gallardo. It has an electronic remote by which you can choose between discrete or volcanic noise.
The LP600 also features a sport adjustable suspension for the sake of even sportier handling and 19-inch three-piece racing wheels with artificially-aged cast center-sections, covered with Dunlop Sport Maxx tires.
As it’s usually the case, Edo does not change the body significantly, they only adds a front spoiler lip to improve aerodynamics.
ENCO Exclusive, a prestigious tuner in Germany, has revealed their new carbon-crazed Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4.
In this package the tuner extends the use of carbon fiber to the car’s exterior and replaces some of the body parts with carbon ones. This way, it looks much cooler and also becomes considerably lighter.
ENCO offers carbon hood, GT3 front bumper with a splitter, rear bumper with a new diffuser, side skirts, boot cover, rear spoiler,mirrors and boot lid vents all made of carbon fiber, as well as a new carbon fiber trim for the interior.
And to wrap things up, they cover the body in matt black foil.
Apart from the styling, ENCO also offers a power increase program for the Gallardo. With this package the car’s 5.2 liter V10 engine will be upgraded from 560 hp to 620 hp and 575 Nm of torque.
If you have a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 and 47,000 Euros to spare, you should pay a visit to Wheelsandmore tuning firm as they can turn your car into a LP620 for that money!
The tuner fiddles with engine’s ECU and enhances the throttle response, and also installs a new high performance exhaust system and an equally high performance air filter! These modifications are good for 620 hp and 580 nm of torque.
Apart from the new 20-inch light alloys which come in a yellow/black theme to match the paintjob and a black racing stripe, there isn’t any significant changes to the body. Some of the parts are also coated in carbon fiber.
But Wheelsandmore technicians have improved the braking system with a new system that has 8-piston calipers at front and 6 at the back, and also re-tuned the adjustable suspension system so the car can bounce up and down by 45mm!
The Lamborghini LP620 will be on display at 2009 SEMA tuning Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.