The Lamborghini Gallardo is a sports car from the Italian automaker Lamborghini. Its design is directed by Audi, owner of the brand since 1998. Much awaited during its presentation at the 2003 Geneva Motor Show, it is designed to compete with the Ferrari 360 Modena. The brand unveiled its 5-liter V10 engine at the 2002 Paris Motor Show. From the start and in line with the defined design, the design phase was completely integrated into the development project. Thus, a complete match between style requirements and functional requirements has been achieved, avoiding style elements without a functional basis or functional parts with poor visual appearance. The design was initiated in 2000 by Lamborghinis style study center, Giorgetto Giugiaros Italdesign studios, with the help of former Audi styling boss, the Belgian Luc Donckerwolke. The Gallardo is fairly conventional but very light without too many sharp edges and less convoluted than the Lamborghini Murcilago. The front is drawn around the dominant cooling air inlets, and very thin vertical lights. The cockpit is particularly advanced to leave more room for the engine and the hood is relatively short. The curve of the front fenders and the roof evoking a slight swell which contrasts in finesse with the sharp edges of the rather short rear. The kinematics of the scissor doors has been reserved for the traditional line of 12-cylinders. The folding exterior mirrors energize the side view and are mounted on a scalable shoulder incorporating air intakes. Many details regarding aerodynamics have been particularly worked on, such as the door handles designed for good penetration into the air or the design of the rear lights. The wheels, a strong differentiator in the history of Lamborghini, were developed in the traditional design of round holes interacting with the spokes. The interior treated in black is like Lamborghinis and relatively Audi, without more attention than previous models. The center console extends between the two seats and a small visor behind the steering wheel can house the control dials. In the same way as Audi and its Space Frame structure, the small Lamborghini (more compact than the Lamborghini Murcilago: 4.30 m instead of 4.58 m and less wide by 14 cm) adopts an aluminum structure for the self-supporting body parts, which can contain its weight to approximately 1,400 kg. The weight distribution (42 on the front and 58 on the rear) allows high performance. The Lamborghini Gallardo is powered by a 5.0 L V10 open at 90 in the rear center position developing 500 hp at 8,000 rpm and torque of 510 N m at 4,500 rpm. This 5-liter, long-stroke design (82.5 x 92.8 mm), has, among other things, a double variable valve timing and variable-geometry intake manifold. The Gallardo offers two transmission choices, a classic six-speed H-Box with manual transmission and an optional six-speed electro-hydraulic controlled semi-automatic with single sequential manual clutch, which Lamborghini calls E-gear. . The E-gear allows the driver to make changes much faster than a manual transmission. Thanks to the latter transmission, the driver can operate the gears using paddles behind the steering wheel, without having to resort to the central lever. However, it seems unpleasant because of the jerks when changing gears, and the paddles are too small and impractical for good use. Since 2006, with the arrival of the convertible version, the power has been increased to 520 hp at 8000 rpm in order to better support the comparison with its more serious rivals, the Ferrari F430 (which replaces the Modena) and Porsche 911 GT3 RS. The Gallardo thus cuts down from 0 to 100 km / h in 4 seconds, for a top speed of 315 km / h. The running gear, steering and suspensions have also been revised, as well as the management of the E-gear electronic box. On the 2008 model, an on-board computer, USB connectivity for iPod, Q-citura stitching on the seats and a beige color on the Spyder, were added to the Gallardo. On our website you can download a drawing of Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe 2003 in pdf svg png jpg ai eps formats Use it for 3d modelling different illustrations typography engineering and design projects All our drawings are made in high quality therefore they can be very helpful in your work study or research.
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