A Lamborghini Gallardo supercar owned by the Italian police has been recently caught on camera while hitting the track and showing us what it’s got.
Who says that being an Italian policeman doesn’t have its ups too? Well the latest example which will probably attract more petrol heads into joining the Italian police is the video posted below, for sale which is showing a Lamborghini Gallardo, diagnosis owned by the local authorities, which is flexing its muscles on the track. The supercar in question is being used to patrol the highway and to transport human organs at high speeds. The only modifications made to the supercar are a defibrillator, a special computer and the police trim and lights.
As a quick, the Lamborghini Gallardo is the most produced model of the Italian company until now, and the vehicle debuted back in 2003. The Gallardo is being made in Italy, at the Sant’Agata Bolognese plant and it comes in two styles, two-door coupe and two-door spyder, with a choice of two V10 engines, a 5.0 liter and a 5.2 liter, mated to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed single clutch electrohydraulic manual transmission. The model is 4,386 mm long, 1,900 mm wide and 1,184 mm tall.