2012 Wheelsandmore Lamborghini LP620-4 Green Beret

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Engine 

5.2 liter V10

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HP 

620 hp

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HP/Liter 

119.2 hp per liter

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(from Lamborghini Press Release)  Lamborghini LP620-4 "Green Beret" by Wheelsandmore

"The future is green" – thatīs what Wheelsandmore thinks as well, but from a different perspective. The best proof of those contrary views is their latest conversion, based on the current Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera LP570-4.

For those who arenīt satisfied with the factory offered 570 horsepower, Wheelsandmore offers a fiery upgrade from their Lamborghini portfolio. The tuner combines a handmade, stainless steel exhaust system with a digitally program-able, remote-operated valve control with special carbon-frame airfilters and a remapped software electronics, achieving in additionally 50 hp and 50 nm of torque.

Visually the new 6Sporzē wheels immediately catches the eye and are perfecting the well-trained super athlete tuning-creation of the refiner. The handcrafted, multi-piece forged wheels are rotating at the steering axle sizing 9.0 x 20 inches with 245/30/20 tires and at the rear axle with 11,0x20 inches rims and 295/25/20 Continental Sport Contact tires of the type 5p. Due to itīs 3-piece wheel design all components can be finished on customerīs option in several colors and surfaces. To give the "Green Beret" an unobstrusive but sporty look, the forged wheels were finsihed matte-black with a small car-colored outline.

To lent the italian sportscar more aggressive occurrence and sportier performance, the German tuner adapted a race established special coilover with adjustable rebound and compression, hydraulically liftable around 1.77 inch, called LCS (level-control-system).