A Lamborghini Gallardo supermodel was the cause of an ignition in the United Kingdom, confirming once more that the company launched the supercar without taking care of the issues that it was reported to come with.
The spontaneous combustion that the supermodel was subjected to, couldn’t have been explained by the company, the unfortunate event taking place on the A41, near Kings Langley.
The firefighters reaching the fire event couldn’t do anything to put up the fire, as the Lamborghini Gallardo had been completely destroyed.
To be a reminder, the Lamborghini Italian based supercar maker launched the Gallardo model during the 2007 Geneva Motor Show, the model sporting the platform of the first production version, the 350GT.
The 350GT was lighter with around 100 kg than the standard Gallardo, as it used rearview mirror housings, central tunnel, engine cover, rear diffuser and much more.
Eventually, the Lamborghini Gallardo also received a powerful enough engine to develop 523 horsepower, being connected to a 6-speed E-Gear transmission in the US.