Lamborghini has just announced the Advanced Composite Research Center (ACRC) in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, headquarters. The goal is to develop age-space for weight loss than their super cars in the future. Companies like Lamborghini must lead the space race, because only in a few months, we can already look the results of their work by releasing Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Spyder Performante.
The new Gallardo LP 570-4 Performante Spyder is topless exotic cars that come with sans 140 lbs, mostly thanks to the dose of carbon fiber interior and exterior. Overall, the carbon fiber components make up about 40 percent of the weight tube.
The design of the Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante is a testament to Lamborghini’s dedication of building supercars that stand out from its peers. The Gallardo’s well known dynamic wedge shape is accentuated by sleek contours that make the car look stunning from every imaginable angle.
Though similar to the Gallardo Superleggera, the Spyder Performante does have it own unique features, including a remodeled front bumper that takes the shape of a three-dimensional, trapezoidal frame housing the large intakes and together with the sharply-defined V-shaped nose and the LED daytime running lights, the Spyder Performante’s front end is sharp as a tack.
Lamborghini’s Centro Stile also took the time to modify the supercar’s underbody, as well as adding new sill elements, a redesigned diffuser that seamlessly slots in four large tailpipes and a large, albeit optional, rear spoiler that provides better aerodynamic results.
The Spyder Perforante also comes with a set of lightweight 19-inch wheels, similar to the ones found on the Gallardo Superleggera. Titanium was the material of choice for the wheel bearings and bolts while using a set of 235/35 Pirelli P Zero Corsa series tires on the front and 295/30 Pirelli P Zero Corsa series tires on the rear.
The interior is snug, but ingress and egress is infinitely improved when the top is down. The power soft top is operated by a switch on the center console. Driving with the top down, Lamborghini engineers ensured that wind buffeting at high speed is minimal, and our hair got slightly tossed at 100 mph. With the top up, the cabin stays amazingly quiet, and only when you floor the throttle does the exquisite scream of the V-10 penetrate the cabin. My only complaint here were the sport seats, which doesn’t have a recline function. Otherwise, it’s all thumbs-up for this $248,000 car with the cool name.