Scratched Lamborghini Gallardo Spider spotted in Paris image

The driver of this Lamborghini Gallardo Spider has managed to scratch his ride against a pole.

It may have left the production line back in late 2013 but that doesn’t mean that it’s good for the scrap yard too. In fact, it remains the best-selling Lamborghini model ever. We are talking about the Gallardo, which has managed to sell in just over 14,000 units throughout its life time. But every once in a while, a particular example is ending up in our Car Crashes section and, even if it cannot be called a crash, spotting a scratched Lamborghini Gallardo Spider is not something you see every day.

This white-finished Italian supercar has been seen in Paris, France, and, according to the guys from Wrecked Exotics, it has been scraped against a pole last month. Our source isn’t saying more on the incident but happily, the service bill will not go off the roof. The Gallardo Spider is the roadster version of the regular Gallardo and it has been officially introduced back in 2006, during the Los Angeles Auto Show. The model in question has been considered to be an entirely new ride as it had a fully retractable soft top and it was capable of putting down 513 HP (382 kW), sent to the wheels through a 6-speed lower-ratio manual transmission. Lamborghini has put the Gallardo aside in late 2013 in order to make room for its successor, the current Huracan.