Gallardo LP550-2 Singapore Limited Edition

Special Edition

Supercar manufacturers have been known from time to time to celebrate various milestones, such as lunch, with special editions of their cars that have small production runs and very special paint. The milestone that Lamborghini is celebrating with this special edition is the ten-year anniversary of Lamborghini's introduction to the Singapore market. Only ten were made, all of them in either black or white with red stripes.

The car is based on the LP550-2 Superleggera, but has carbon fiber parts from the LP570-4. Each car comes with the requisite numbered plaque and a badge featuring a Merlion, the national emblem of Singapore. All ten of the special editions were recently delivered to their buyers at Singapore's Mandarin Oriental hotel. Lamborghini donated the equivalent of about $15,000 US dollars for each of the special editions purchased to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund for underprivileged students. Given the boom in Asia's automotive market, it's likely that we'll be seeing more of these sort of special editions in the future.

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