Lot 283 - 2006 Lamborghini Gallardo
|Odometer reading||38,000 km|
|Estimate||£60,000 - £70,000|
The Lamborghini Gallardo was manufactured from 2003 to 2013 and is their best-selling model with 14,022 being built throughout its lifetime. The first generation Gallardo came with a 4961cc, V10 engine and offered two choices of transmission, a conventional six-speed manual transmission and an advanced six-speed electro-hydraulically controlled, semi-automatic which Lamborghini abbreviates to 'E-gear'. This allows the driver to make gear changes much faster than they could with a manual gearbox. The driver shifts up and down via paddles behind the steering wheel but can also change to an automatic mode
This 2006 lefthand drive 'E-gear' car was first sold new in Belgium where it remained until the current keeper bought it and had it delivered to his residence in the South of France. As the owner of a private jet charter business, the car has moved with him as he changed bases moving with him from France to Dubai and now the UK. Presented in Nero Noctis Black with black interior, it comes with a full service history, V5, MoT test certificate, lots of receipts, two keys, the owners pack, manual and plumbed in trickle charge system; it has only covered 38,000km (a little over 23,500 miles). All presented in the ultimate black on black specification, this car's condition speaks for itself. A true supercar and with a price tag of over £135,000 new, this is a rare opportunity to acquire a properly maintained example and would be difficult to find a Gallardo in better condition.
Previous lotLot 282 - 1994 Lamborghini Diablo VT
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