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The refreshed Gallardo gains a new sibling with a soft top

By PetrolHead on 16 Oct 2012

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The first images for the facelifted Gallardo Spyder are here, and it wears the similar trigonometry inspired face which does not fit well for the Spyder.

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Though personally I feel that the extremely sharp styling does not work as well as it did with the coupe. Maybe it's the colour or the camera angles, but perhaps its looks better in the flesh.

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Besides the folding soft top, the Spyder is essentially similar to its coupe sibling, which was revealed at the recently concluded Paris Motor Show. It wears a new set of two-tone 19-inch Apollo polished alloys and feature bigger air intakes ahead of the front rims.

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Like in the coupe the powertrain air outlet area is wider for improved thermodynamic efficiency.

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What do you guys think? Am I too harsh on the looks or do you think it will grow on us?

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Dwee Oct 16 2012 12:08 PM
I like the tight, muscular contour that directs the gaze from the front of the car to the cockpit.... Cool... wub.gif
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