In celebration of its tenth anniversary in Singapore, Lamborghini has crafted a highly exclusive run of special-edition Gallardos based on the LP550-2 and the LP570-4 carbon fiber parts.
As you can see in the picture gallery the limited edition is distinguished by red stripes and the image of the Merlion, the lion-headed fish that is the Southeast Asian island nation’s emblem. All ten examples have apparently already been delivered to their customers, who chose between black and white as the primary color.
The basis of the vehicle is a LP550-2 outfitted with LP570-4 Superleggera parts such as the front spoiler, a rear wing, a wheel set and interior trim. It is unknown which engine performance and drive train option has been set within the vehicle. We expect that Lamborghini used the LP550-2 setup, so rear-wheel-drive and 550hp coming from the V10 engine in the back. You could call this vehicle the Lamborghini LP550-2 Superleggera Singapore Limited Edition. Which is an epic long name, for an epic limited supercar.
The total price of the vehicle is undisclosed, but $ 20,000 in Singapore Dollars (about $ 15,000 American Dollars) goes to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund to benefit underprivileged students.