Its Spyder version was launched in 2006, three years after the Coupe, and came with a retractable soft-top and a little more power courtesy of the 5.0-liter naturally aspirated V10 engine. This one here is a grey over black example, with 12,000 miles (19,300 km) on the clock.
It is currently being auctioned off through Bring a Trailer, and appears to be in tip top shape from a visual standpoint. Its Grigio Antares exterior makes for a sizable aesthetic departure when compared to most other colors you’ll usually find on a Lamborghini. It almost looks more German than Italian.
Other notable features include the power-operated black soft top, Silver-finished 19-inch Callisto wheels with Lamborghini center caps, Pirelli P Zero tires, and the silver six- and four-piston brake calipers.
In the power department, the Gallardo Spyder came with a little extra horsepower compared to the original Coupe – its 5.0-liter V10 thus producing 513 HP (520 PS) and 376 lb-ft (510 Nm) of torque, channeled to all four wheels with the aid of a 6-speed e-gear electrohydraulic manual gearbox. It could hit 60 mph from a standstill in around 4 seconds, which is fast even by 2020 standards.