The final Gallardo was an LP 570-4 Spyder Performante in Rosso Mars (red) which will soon be in the hands of a private collector.
The Gallardo was easily the best-selling model for the Italian carmaker to date, with almost half of all Lamborghinis ever sold wearing the Gallardo badge.
Over its ten year reign, the Gallardo managed 14,022 sales in a wide variety of models.
The supercar was mainly available in all-wheel-drive with a V10 engine, but a few stripped-down rear-wheel-drive specials were made available along the way.
The Gallardo’s swansong was the LP 570-4 Squadra Corse; unveiled in August ahead of its appearance at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Previous reports of a bare-bones special with ‘proper’ gated H-pattern manual gearbox to see out the model appear unfounded and throughout its life, the semi-automatic transmission outsold the manual nine to one.
Early spy photos suggest a slightly de-styled model for Lamborghini, with the notable absence of a large rear wing.
Little else is known about the Cabrera, although early reports suggest a 5.2 litre V10 perhaps producing 450kW and all-wheel-drive will again star.
Farewell Lamborghini Gallardo; thanks for the memories.