Lamborghini Gallardo Gets a Trailer

One of the most interesting and emotion-creating creatures that can be found on our planet are the supercars. We are talking about a breed that offers great diversity, with an army of members that are ready to satisfy every driver’s dreams.

So, there you have it: if you’re a sucker for top-thrill time spent behind the wheel, you’ll have to get yourself one of these. But what happens if you need to travel over a long distance (you might need to run away after you rob a bank to get the funds needed to buy such a beast) ?

Everybody knows that this kind of vehicles are pretty impractical. And after all, we can’t blame them. The explanation is simple. Anything that doesn’t make driving more exciting is ditched and you can’t expect a big boot to help you drift the vehicle or blitz the Autobahn, so you don’t need one.

Well, it seems that one supercar owner from Austria decided to solve this issue once and for all, using an original approach. The man decided that he really wants to use his Lamborghini Gallardo for long trips, so he “accessorized” the vehicle with a trailer.

Of course, the trailer is almost as impressive as the Gallardo in terms of design, as it manages to offer a mix between streamlining and good looks.

Yes, we know, adding a trailer would ruin the vehicle’s performance, but maybe this example has an engine of its own. As for the handling part, we like to dream that the Gallardo’s driving dynamics control system now manages all six wheels.
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