Lamborghini Gallardo LP 540 Green Goblin Is a Virtual Madness

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The world of tuning offers a dynamic environment where many things can happen while you blink. We can only be thrilled that the aftermarket developers use such an active approach, aiming to cater for every modification need customers could have.

And when we’re talking about tuning kits for vehicles like the Lamborghini Gallardo, things can only become more interesting with every new story. While Lambo is busy creating one special edition of the Gallardo after another, tuners from around the world are also keen to make the most out of the supercar.

Today, we are presenting you the Lamborghini Gallardo LP 540 Green Goblin. This is a 3D tuning proposal that was created by the Canadian company AMV Designs and is based on the work of Alexei Mikhailov, as reports.

Before we start the actual description of the modification program, we must tell you that the company has released no explanation for the name of the project. We are referring to the “540” part, which is pretty strange, as Lambo’s current offer includes a model with a 560 hp output, so this would be a downgrade in terms of power.

Moving on, we must tell you that the vehicle uses a carbon fiber aerodynamic kit that includes a revised front fascia (a lot of aggression can be seen here), side cooling elements, redesigned side skirts. At the rear of the car, we can find a carbon fiber party, together with new generously-sized twin exhaust tips. The project also includes a set of five-spoke alloy rims.
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