The Gallardo model from the Italian car maker Lamborghini is certainly a prominent vehicle for both the industry and the manufacturer for a couple of reasons.
Not only is it a fun drive and great machine, it is also the best selling car of Lamborghini.
To put things into perspective, of all the Lamborghini units ever sold, a roughly 30.000, 14.022 were Gallardo. But even a great run like this had to end, and the Italians should be proud it lasted the 10 years it did. The last Gallardo has come off the assembly line today, marking the end of an era.
This final Gallardo is a LP 570-4 Spyder version, and it is draped in a nice Rosso Mars paint job. This very nice unit’s buyer is not just any client, but a private collector, which will put it on display somewhere, waiting for the car to rise in value.
So how will Lamborghini fill the void left by the discontinuation of the Gallardo model? Right now, the best bet is the new Cabrera, which has yet to see daylight. But with the Gallardo going out of production, some information on the Cabrera is bound to emerge.