Lamborghini Gallardo protagonist in 'Mission Impossible III'
How do you get 3 Hollywood stars into a 2-seater Lamborghini ? Mission: Impossible? In what is sure to be the blockbuster hit of the summer of 2006, the Lamborghini Gallardo makes a dazzling on-screen appearance in the highly anticipated Mission: Impossible III (Paramount Pictures).
Italian moviegoers were treated to an extra performance, when the cast arrived in 10 Lamborghinis at the movie’s spectacular world premiere in Rome.
Under the direction of J.J. Abrams, of the famous TV series Lost and Alias, super agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) returns with a bang in the third installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise.
The high-performance Lamborghini Gallardo, styled in a vibrant orange, is just the car to complete the IMF team. The Gallardo is named after one of the five main breeds of bulls used in Spanish bullfighting. Just like the powerful animal after which it is named (and like the women Ethan Hunt loves and battles!), the car is the most beautiful specimen within the race. So how do you get Tom Cruise, Maggie Q and this year's Academy Award winner for best actor, Philip Seymour Hoffman, into the 2-seater Lamborghini Gallardo ?
Go see Mission: Impossible III to find out!
About the Lamborghini Gallardo :
Permanent 4-wheel drive
Engine: 5 liter, 10 cylinder V90-degree, DOHC four valves
Power: 520HP at 8000rpm
Torque: 510 Nm at 4250 rpm 0-100km/h in 4 sec.
Top speed: 315 km/h
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