Lamborghini Gallardo Gets the Akrapovic Exhaust Treatment


The Gallardo Coupe and Spyder have just received Akrapovic’s slip-on exhaust.

Tuners from Slovenia Akrapovic Exhaust Systems Technology have given the popular Lamborghini Gallardo a new titanium exhaust system. The system provides a much more boisterous exhaust note along with added performance from the Italian supercar's Coupe and Spyder variants. A solid extra 15hp and 20 lb-ft of torque emanate from the Gallardo's V10 engine thanks to the new exhaust system.

It is also much lighter than the Raging Bull's standard, saving an impressive 40lbs due in part to carbon tailpipes. A fantastic sound emanates from the Italian supercar and there is also an optional wireless-controlled valve system allowing the driver to control his own volume. Akrapovic's new titanium exhaust system is available for the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, LP560-4 Spyder, LP570-4 Superleggera, LP570-4 Performante and LP550-2 Valentino Balboni. Pricing is set at €5,200 for the exhaust system, while the wireless-controlled valve system runs an extra €390.

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