A few years ago the Italian State Police received two Lamborghini Gallardo specifically prepared for high speed pursuits and organ transports. Both cars were equipped with various aids, one of them a camera that could transmit images directly to the Polizia headquarters while the elite drivers that received special training to drive these +200Mph exotics would follow speeding motorists on the highways.
Only recently the oldest of the two was replaced with a new car based on the latest Gallardo LP560-4 edition, but the second one remained in service ... until late November 2009 when it came to a total stand still with a row of parked cars after it was clipped by a careless driver heading onto the road without checking oncoming traffic first.
The Gallardo Polizia was hit, causing it to drive into a row of parked cars, when it was on the return from a convention in Cremona. Judging from the extensive damage to the front of the car it is highly likely this will be a total write off, let's hope they will receive a second LP560-4 Polizia now.
This video was posted on Youtube with a compilation of photographs after the crash :
This new design concept created by Daisuke Iguchi for a future Lamborghini model looks really impressive
(added on September 13. 2014)
Check out these very early Huracan design sketches, some date back to 2009 in fact, several scale prototypes were built too.
(added on September 4. 2014)
For the 2014 edition the National Oldtimer Festival in Zandvoort was held in combination with Super Car Sunday, so a lot of amazing exotics gathered
(added on September 3. 2014)
It has taken Lamborghini some years to get the successor to the Gallardo ready, and over that period of time a lot of prototypes have been photographed
(added on September 1. 2014)
With the new Huracan LP620-2 Super Trofeo being unveiled I'm sure the street legal version known as the Squadra Corse will be out in the near future too.
(added on August 26. 2014)