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Lamborghini Countach- The second Countach prototype – carbon Lamborghini cars wallpaper

(Lamborghini Countach) The second Countach prototype (chassis number 1120001) was shown to the public at the 1973 Geneva Motor Show (painted red) and at the 1973 Paris Motor Show (painted green). The bodywork of this car was much closer to that of the LP400 production model, and now incorporated the side NACA ducts and air intake boxes tested on the first prototype. This car showed some styling details from the first prototype that would not carry over into production, including trapezoidal windows and a bumperless nose with silver, recessed grill. This was the first car to be equipped with the tubular full spaceframe chassis used on production models. This car was fitted with the 3.9 liter engine, although contemporary press releases still designated it as an “LP500”, possibly because Lamborghini engineers still intended to use a 5.0 liter engine in the production version. In addition to appearing at motor shows, Lamborghini engineers used the second prototype for road testing and as a reference to create the wooden master pattern for all body panels. This car currently resides in the Lamborghini factory museum. sportscars wallpaper, lambo wallpaper, supercar wallpaper, Lamborghini Countach wallpapers, lambo veneno

(Lamborghini Gallardo)FIA GT3 Championship
In 2007, the Gallardo was entered in the FIA GT3 Championship, built by German motorsport specialists Reiter Engineering, who previously manufactured the Murci?lago R-GT and the Diablo GTR Super Trophy race cars. All the extra aerodynamic components were bolt-on parts, conforming with cost-effective regulations that meant the finished car had to closely resemble its road-going counterpart. Brembo racing brakes and OZ Racing wheels were also added. It was converted to rear wheel drive, other than when racing in the one-make Lamborghini Super Trofeo. The engine generated a maximum power output of 520 PS (382 kW; 513 hp) at 7,800 rpm and 510 N?m (376 lb?ft) of torque at 4,500 rpm. Lamborghini Gallardo wallpapers#huracan #LamborghiniHuracan #LamboDiablo #LamboAventador #gallardo


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