Lamborghini Gallardo’s Painful Interior Space: Test Drive Rants
The Gallardo may be one of the most compact supercars out there, but this definitely brings a toll in terms of leg room. For the driver, this means that the left leg will never find its place.
After one or two hours of driving, you start getting bothered by the fact that the front left wheel well sits where the foot well should, forcing you to keep your leg angled towards the center of the car. The next step is to try to find various positions for it - some will even try to put it underneath them.
After a pretty short while, you realize that there’s no way of sorting this out and you’ll feel the frustration filling up the cabin. We have to explain that we were talking about examples using the e-gear automated manual transmission (read: with only two pedals). As for the manual gearbox-fitted Gallardos, here's where the fun starts getting multiplied.