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Gallery: IMSA tunes Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4GTV with Widebody Kit

Submitted by on October 29, 2009 – 12:17 amOne Comment

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The German tuners from IMSA are known for their brilliant handcrafted styling work and have just revealed their newest aero kit for the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4.

Each of the kit’s pieces are meticulously built out of carbon fiber and blend together beautifully to create a more distinctive and aggressive Gallardo. A height adjustable coilover suspension and massive 20-inch forged central lock wheels round off the exterior bits with 9Jx20 with 245/30 ZR20 rubber up front and 12.5Jx20 with 325/25 ZR20 tires at the rear. Power has also been boosted with a revised exhaust system that’s said to bump the V-10’s output to 582 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque – up from the a European OEM spec of 560 hp and 398 lb-ft.

The body kit contains new front and rear aprons, front and rear fender flares, side skirts and a new rear wing. The company decided to use the same central-locking wheels found on vehicles in the IMSA Challenge. While hitting 60 mph in the 3.0-sec. range, passengers are held tight by the carbon fiber racing seats. Additional Alcantara, leather, and carbon fiber bits are also included inside.

Pricing or availability has not been released yet.

Source: IMSA

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