A Rosso Mars Gallardo Spyder Performante recently rolled off the production line at Lamborghini headquarters in Sant'Agata Italy and with it came down the curtains on Gallardo production. The red car (already sold to a private collector) is the last of 14,022 junior Lamborghinis to be produced since the model was first introduced in 2003.
That production figure makes the Gallardo easily the highest volume Lamborghini ever produced and accounts for almost 50 per cent of production for the company that was set up in 1963. It will be replaced by a car believed to be called the Cabrera that will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March next year.
Until then we will have but memories of the Gallardo, including this video of the motorsport derived Squadra Corse. So crank up the speakers and raise a glass as we bid farewell to the most successful Lamborghini there has ever been.
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