LAUPHEIM (Germany): HAMANN introduces the myriad possibilities for the Gallardo LP560-4 with its Victory II edition that's based on this Lambo.
The car body becomes broader and the engine performance as well as the amount of carbon parts is significantly increased.
The most essential part of a Lamborghini has to be the wing doors. And nobody really knows why the Gallardo is not equipped with them straight away. HAMANN offers these for the Victory II.
In addition, they offer an entire refinement of the original body design which starts with a new front apron in Race-design with a centre carbon part. With new fenders in the front and fender extensions in the back, the Victory II becomes a striking embodiment of a race car.
Also, the extended side skirts and the air inlet on the roof – available in carbon as well – enhance the look. The back of the car gets a diffuser and a newly designed rear wing which pushes the car onto the road at high speeds.
HAMANN offers the rear wing either in fibre glass or the ultra light and persistent carbon. On top of that, a carbon layer can be applied to the bonnet.
HAMANN equips the Victory II with 20 inch Edition Race rims with a special varnish in order to emphasise the new dynamic look. At the same time, the reduced unsprung masses improve the handling and the acceleration and braking response. The recommended wheel/tyre combination is 9.5Jx20 inches with 235/30ZR20 tyres at the front and 13Jx20 rims with 325/25ZR20 tyres at the back.
By adjusting the engine electronics, HAMANN squeezes additional performance out of this Italian stallion, increasing its power to 580hp with a maximum torque of 575Nm. With that, the HAMANN Victory II is able to reach an impressive 328kph top speed.
The spine-tingling V10-sound is even more rapturous with an end muffler attached to the serial end pipes.
The interior of the HAMANN Victory II is enhanced by a 14-part carbon set which includes decorative blends on the steering wheel and the door openers. Sports seats with a carbon back adds another layer of special touches.
The HAMANN upholstery department can also offer other customised solutions with enough money on the table.
The German motorsports tuner is based in Laupheim, 174km west of Munich.