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Welcome

It gives us great pleasure to welcome

you to Lamborghini Manchester where

we are committed to offering a standard

of service to match the exceptional

quality of our motor cars.

Our comprehensive range of services

and facilities can accommodate most

needs and requirements. Nonetheless

we are always striving to find new and

exciting ways of making the business of

owning and running a Lamborghini more

rewarding.


Lamborghini Manchester


Lamborghini Manchester

Lamborghini Manchester is based

in Town Hall Square, Stockport and

includes a seven-car showroom and

extensive service workshop, fitted

throughout to Lamborghini’s corporate

standards. The location officially

opened in May 2004, and provides

both new and pre-owned cars and all

aftersales care for Lamborghini owners

in the north.


Lamborghini Manchester


Location

Exchange St.

Grand Central Way

Lord St.

A6 Wellington Rd. A6

Morbury St.

Piccadilly

John St.

Contact Information

Lamborghini Manchester

Town Hall Square

Stockport

Cheshire

SK1 3NQ

Tel: 0161 474 6730

Fax: 0161 474 6737

Email:

uksales@lamborghini.co.uk

Stockport

Station Rd.

Railway Rd.

Lamborghini

Manchester

Millbrook St.

Edward St.

Bamford St.

Website: www.lamborghini.co.uk

Greek St.


Lamborghini Murciélago


Lamborghini Murciélago

Murciélago is the name of a Spanish

fighting bull whose life was spared after a

particularly fierce performance, fighting

a matador in 1879. He was subsequently

presented to the breeder

Don Antonio Miura and went on to

father a formidable line of fighting bulls

that extends down to the present day.

True to Automobili Lamborghini

tradition, the Murciélago has been


aptised with the name of a fighting bull:

the latest in a succession of names linked

to the world of the corrida.

Murciélago provides the definitive

styling and individuality for which

the Lamborghini marque is infamous,

together with unprecedented

engineering innovations. The steel and

carbon fibre body has been specifically

designed and built to enhance the

outstanding new V12 6.2 litre

aluminium engine and is complemented

by a

sophisticated interior.

Lamborghini Murciélago

Roadster

Continuing the tradition of

Lamborghini’s 12-cylinder roadsters,

which have included the Miura and the

Diablo, the Murciélago Roadster is a


Lamborghini Murciélago Roadster


direct descendent of the coupé version.

Featuring the unmistakable Lamborghini

styling, it harnesses the same power and

speed, and delivers the same exceptional

handling and safety features as the coupé

but is designed for

open-top driving.

Originally presented as a concept car at

the Detroit Motor Show in 2003, the

roadster version of the 200mph super

car is now available around the world.


Lamborghini Gallardo

Since its launch at the Geneva Motor

Show in March 2003, the Lamborghini

Gallardo has been acclaimed as a

car to beat in its class. Automobili

Lamborghini says it is designed to

“redefine its segment as the best high


Lamborghini Murciélago/Roadster Technical Data Sheet

Chassis and body

Performance

Frame/body

Steel alloy tubular frame with carbon

fibre and steel body.

Torsional rigidity

Stiffened in excess of 20,000 Nm/

Suspension

Independent front and rear double

wishbones with hydraulic shock absorber

system.

Brakes

Disk brakes on two hydraulic

circuits. ABS and DRP (Dynamic Rear

Proportioning).

Tyres (front/rear) 245/35 ZR18 and 335/30 ZR 18.

Wheels (front/rear) Aluminium alloy, 8.5”/13” x 0 18”

Top speed

Over 330km/h (200mph) depending on

aerodynamic configuration.

Acceleration (unofficial figure) 0-100km/h (0 – 62mph)

3.8 seconds.

Dimensions

Overall length/width/height

4580mm/2045mm/1135mm.

Weight/distribution 1650kg/front 42% - rear 58%.

Engine

Type/displacement

Maximum power

Maximum torque

12 cylinders V60/6192 cc.

426kW (580CV) at 7500rpm.

650 Nm @ 5400 rpm.

Drivetrain

Transmission type system

Permanent 4-wheel drive

with viscous traction.


Lamborghini Gallardo


performance car. The Gallardo is a

true sports car that can be used on an

everyday basis”.

The Gallardo (pronounced Gayardo)

has been designed and built to combine

the comfort and finish required in a

prestige car without any compromise

in the performance expected from a

Lamborghini. The result is a compact,

two-seater, high performance car with

maximum speed over 190 mph, which is

as suitable for driving on race tracks as

it is on long distance journeys and city

roads.


Lamborghini Gallardo Technical Data Sheet

Chassis and body

Drivetrain

Frame/body

Structural aluminium spaceframe, based

on aluminium extruded parts welded

to aluminium casted joint elements.

Aluminium body with thermoplastic

‘hang on’ parts.

Suspension

Double wishbones front and rear

suspension system, anti-roll bar, antidive

and anti-squat, ‘self adjusting’ FSD

dampers.

Brakes

Power vacuum, aluminium alloy calipers:

8 cylinders front caliper and 4 cylinders

rear caliper.

Tyres (front/rear) Pirelli Pzero 235/35

ZR 19 - 295/30 ZR 19

Wheels (front/rear)

Aluminium alloy:

8.5” x Ø 19” - 11” x Ø 19”

Type of transmission

Permanent 4-wheel drive

with viscous traction system.

Gearbox

6 speed + reverse.

Performance

Top speed

309 km/h.

Dimensions

Overall length/width/height

4300 mm/1900 mm/1165 mm.

Weight/distribution 1430 kg/front 42% - rear 58%.

Engine

Type/displacement

10 cylinders V 90°/4961 cc.

Maximum power

367 kW (500 hp) at 7800 rpm.

Maximum torque 510 Nm at 4500 rpm .


Lamborghini merchandise boutique

For both Lamborghini drivers and those

who aspire to the infamous Lamborghini

marque, there’s the opportunity to sport

Italy’s legendary automotive emblem.

A UK merchandise boutique is available

online at

www.lamborghini.co.uk.

All items are from the official Italian

Automobili Lamborghini merchandise

range and available only from authorised

Lamborghini retailers across the world.

In the UK, the merchandise range is

available via the official Lamborghini UK

website.

An extensive range of gift items from

mugs, mouse mats, badges, books

and model cars is offered alongside

Collazione Lamborghini: an exclusive

selection of caps, gloves, jackets and

luggage.


Shirts and ties

Jackets

Sport the Lamborghini shield on

a polo shirt in a range of colours

including famous Lamborghini yellow.

Alternatively, the silk ties

offer a range of patterns which

discretely use the official Lamborghini

logos or other imagery.

The range of jackets from Lamborghini

includes the Countach

and Miura styles. The Countach down

jacket is ideal for cold

weather while the Miura is a lighter

weight, paddock-style jacket.

A sleeveless vest is another

stylish option.


Gifts and accessories

Hats and gloves

Inspirational presents for the

Lamborghini enthusiast, or treat

yourself. Everything from mugs to

mouse mats, key rings to model cars,

umbrellas to calendars.

The range of hats and gloves from

Lamborghini reflects the sports and

performance attributes of one of the

world’s most famous brands.


Automobili Lamborghini. Heritage, passion, performance

Ferruccio Lamborghini, the man with

the inspiration, skill and determination

to turn a dream into reality, was

born in a village near Bologna, in April

1916. His parents were farmers, but

Ferruccio’s interest was in technology

and mechanics.

He started purchasing old military

vehicles and converting them into

tractors, meeting the significant

demands in Italy after the war. His

commercial success resulted in the

purchase of a workshop where, from

1948 onward, Lamborghini tractors

were produced.


Ferruccio embarked on producing

helicopters, one of his life-long

ambitions, but when the Italian

government refused to grant him a

license, he made the decision to turn his

attention to cars. The automotive world

was never the same again.

Ferruccio Lamborghini opened a car

factory in Sant’ Agata in 1963, delivering

the first Lamborghini, a 350 GT, in 1964.

Since, then, Lamborghini has seen highly

successful as well as difficult times under

a variety of owners, but still managing to

produce some of the most extraordinary

cars the world has seen.


The ‘charging bull’ symbol reflects the

Taurean birth sign of Ferruccio, still

famously sported on all Lamborghini

cars today.

The theme continued through the

naming of cars after legendary fighting

bulls: models such as the Miura,

Countach and Diablo, and currently

Murcielago and Gallardo, conjure similar

emotions in school boys and grown men,

making it perhaps the most aspirational

performance marque in the

world today.

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