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24 December 2014, 02:55 PM

The best place to see the various types of cars and drool over are in the cinemas. Other than that, India is emerging as one of the biggest markets of automobile and has almost every type of cars under its wings. Among all the brands, the most loyal customer base is of the Lamborghini cars in India. Bollywood movies showcase Lamborghini with all their might and the most recent models like the Lamborghini Gallardo are found being flaunted by the stars like Saif Ali Khan in the movie Race 2.

Lamborghini Gallardo is a sports car that has been manufactured and improvised within the tenure of 2003 to 2013 and is still a best-seller. This model is a huge hit and is among the most bought models of Lamborghini. The name means a fighting bull and the look and the features of the car resemble the same. The Lamborghini cars in India that reign over the automobile market are the Lamborghini Gallardo, Lamborghini Huracan (the successor of Lamborghini Gallardo) and Aventador.

A sports car is one such car that is diminutive in size, has two seaters with an option of two more seats, and has a high-speed acceleration feature. Usually bough in bright colours, the body of these cars are highly stylised like the Lamborghini Gallardo and come in lightweight. Highly manoeuvred, these cars are not back breaking in price and are a worth kind of investment.

The frame of the Lamborghini Gallardo is made of aluminium and the body is made up of thermoplastic parts together with aluminium. The spoiler in the rear is controlled electronically. The suspension is roll, dive and squat resistant; and has wishbone in double in the front. The tyres are of aluminium alloy and the car has dual airbags for both the driver and the passenger with head thorax. The brakes have clout vacuum and has a wheel drive from the rear. The gear panel is a manual one that has 6 regular gears with one reverse gear.

The Lamborghini cars in India are safe to drive given our roadways are so bumpy because the most used component while driving on an Indian road is the brake. These cars have traction control mode activated in the car along with a brake force dissemination structure that is electronic. The anti-lock braking system makes the driving all the more safe.


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