2006 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder

2006 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder


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Glen Cove, NY 11542

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2006 Lamborghini Gallardo Gated 6-Speed Spyder: 1 out of the estimated 1,025 Gallardo Spyders to bear the 2006 model year designation while being 1 out of the roughly 80 N.A.-market designated Spyders to have been equipped with a gated manual. Encased in Giallo Midas Pearl over a Bicolor Sportive interior lined in Nero Perseus and Giallo Tauru leather with a soft top finished in black. Displays an odometer reading of a low 6,XXX miles and shows a Clean CARFAX Report. Equipped with a Front Lift System, Navigation System, Heated Seats, along with additional desirables. A profound characteristic from the first generation Gallardo is its engine's even-firing order which causes for a beautifully brutal, old-school F1 encompassing tone allowing for a delectably dramatic experience and in conjunction with the alluring "metallic click" sound that's generated when venturing through the gated manual's gears is gloriously soul stirring and unparalleled.
Model Highlights: A radical design aesthetic that captivatingly places an extreme emphasis on razor-edged elegance methodically merged with salivating sensuality in a purposely peculiar way that's incredibly well executed and is even more gravitating in Spyder guise; the last of Lamborghini's true manually operated vehicles with around 300 gated Gallardos having left the marque's Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy assembly facility from the model's initial model year debut of 2004 to its conclusion in 2008; the first Lamborghini model to receive a power-operated, folding top (retracts in around 20 seconds and can be operated at speeds at just under 20-mph) and features a glass rear screen that can be operated to go up or down regardless of the top's up or down position; generously generates 520-hp to all four wheels via its naturally-aspirated V10 engine that expels an immensely intoxicating, harrowing howl upon start-up and theatrically intensifies as the tachometer's needle ascends towards its 8,000 rpm redline; 0-60 time of 4.3 seconds with a top speed of 195 mph (the latter being achieved with the roof closed, however, when unobstructedly inviting the atmosphere inside the cabin, it is said that the top speed is decreased to 191 mph which is still exhilaratingly impressive).

Upon viewing the Spyder's "where sinuous sensuality meets sharp" aesthetic arrangement, you're enthusiastically met by its scintillating Giallo Midas Pearl finish that suitably surfaces its hyperly emotive form; the frontend's short overhang motif characterized by an acutely sloping windshield, sweeping, angular-edged headlights positioned just above the bumper's aptly sized air ducts and are set in between the hood's distinguishing dual creases and marque badging, all coming together to create an assertiveness that's extremely expressive; a striking side profile comprised of functional vents and surface areas that tantalizingly transitions from flat, to flush, to fluidic and is further punctuated by the forcefully poised mirrors and the 5-hole design featuring 19-inch Cassiopea wheels donned in a silver-finish and are showcased before black 'Lamborghini' script bearing yellow brake calipers; the rear's frontend repeating short overhang concept effectively emphasized by a festive quadrilateral theme consisting of a centrally located rectangular vent with chrome 'Lamborghini' insignia residing overhead and square lighting assemblies stationed right above "stacked" shape corroborating vents with the lower vents housing bright-finished exhaust tips with the theme continuing onto the multi-vented engine lid which also boasts an automatically deploying spoiler that raises at around 75 MPH and lowers at roughly 54 MPH and features a subtly integrated rear view camera.

Just before slipping inside of its onward flung and hand-crafted leather lined cabin, you're first met by off black door sills bearing deep black 'GALLARDO' insignia followed by its exuberant and exterior aesthetic accompanying, two-tone colorway of Nero Perseus (black) and Giallo Tauru (yellow) and when inside you can expect to find yellow stitching, brushed metallic-coated surfacing on select areas and carpeting that's completed in black. The driver is greeted by a 3-spoke-leather-wrapped and flat-bottom steering wheel in black; black instrumentation dials accented by white numerals and an orange needle with a brushed-metallic look surround; an upper dash-mounted gauge pod housing the oil pressure, temperature, and battery readout gauges also donning an aluminum finished surround; a 6.5-inch screen which hosts the navigation and rearview camera displays along with other useful functionalities; the remarkably thrilling, 6-speed gated shifter offering intimate connectivity that's otherworldly. Front occupants are embraced by power-adjustable and heated bucket seats featuring an embossed and headrest-located Lamborghini logo and can expect in-cabin audio playback via the standard, 4-Speaker, audio system.

For additional info regarding this rare and radically desirable Gallardo Spyder, offered by Ryan Friedman Motor Cars, call and/or text us now at (516) 888-9000; we're authentic motor car aficionados, let's chat!

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